Thank you to our Friends and Supporters!
Thank you to those who attended the Community Forum on April 22 and completed the Feedback Survey by May 5. Your input will be used to inform the Strategic Planning Committee's priorities and recommendations. Please see the proposed mission statement below. Click here for more information about the strategic planning process.
PROPOSED MISSION STATEMENT:
Visualize. Vocalize. Mobilize.
Established in 1976, the Center serves as a gathering place for communities of color. Students are encouraged to build meaningful relationships across difference, develop racial and ethnic consciousness, and enact change at Brown and beyond. The Center advances the University’s mission of educating and preparing students to discharge the offices of life with usefulness and reputation by empowering students of color, cultivating leadership, facilitating critical reflection, fostering informed action, and promoting social justice.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THIS YEAR'S TWC LEADERSHIP AWARD WINNERS!
Rising Star: Maya Finoh ’17
Rising Star Honorable Mention: Jea Sim ’17
Collaboration: Sarah Day Dayon ’15
Collaboration Honorable Mention: Radhika Rajan ’15
Senior Leadership: Stephanie Harris ’14 and Juhee Kwon ’14
Senior Leadership Honorable Mention: Mariela Martinez ’14