The DEI division and BUPD have partnered to put on events that bring awareness to important topics on campus.
Bust the B.U.B.B.L.E., a student movement for racial justice, held its annual MLK Love Walk on Jan. 17 after the group’s hiatus. They have worked since 2015 — and have plans to continue — to improve the experiences of students of color at Butler.
Butler ballet’s 2021 rendition of “The Nutcracker” offers a new interpretation of a traditionally culturally insensitive show.
“I think the future is bright for the diversity center,” Navarro-Garcia said. “I’m optimistic about where we’ll go and where we’ll be even 90 days from now in terms of staffing, in terms of capacity to serve our students, expand our services, to reach farther into the margins of our student population.”
Reed strives to make the DC more accessible and welcoming to students.
Deshuana Barber, the first Miss USA to serve in the U.S. military, speaks on her experience in the workforce as a double minority and how organizations can improve their diversity and inclusion.