CEBA (Caucus of Emory Black Alumni) is made up of Black leaders, educators, change agents and more who envision a supportive, collaborative, united and progressive network of Black students, alumni, and staff connected to Emory University and the broader communities in which we reside. Together we hope to connect individuals to strengthen the collective. Our vision supports the dream that Black students, alumni, and staff feel safe to participate in the greater Emory University community.
The Office for Racial and Cultural Engagement (RACE) provides a safe place of belonging for students to feel empowered to examine the construction of racial identities and create active learning communities that enhance opportunities for cultural engagement. Gifts help support events for undergraduate and graduate students of color through peer mentoring, heritage month events, and student-led programs for the Emory community.
Food Security is not a natural connection one would make when thinking about Emory students. However, in reality a large portion of Emory students experience some degree of food insecurity while studying at Emory. Food security does not have an identity and can effect anyone at any moment in life.