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Social and Cultural Organizations

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Social and Cultural Organizations

African Student Union

Fosters awareness of African issues and helps to unite African students within the Salem State community.

Asian Student Association

Provides activities for students to have a better understanding of different Asian ethnic backgrounds.

Bold, Educated, Empowered Sisters (BEES)

Focused on women’s empowerment and professional skill-building, BEES offers self-identified women of color an opportunity to gain skills and knowledge necessary to reach their personal and professional goals.

The Brotherhood

Focused on academic success and retention, The Brotherhood offers self-identified men of color resources and mentorship to reach academic and achievement goals. The Brotherhood aims to support academic persistence, and connect students directly to faculty/staff resources.

Florence Luscomb Women's Center

Serves as a community network for women; providing support, encouragement, teaching, and resources.

Hispanic-American Society

Promotes interest among students in Hispanic history and culture by sponsoring educational, cultural and social events.

International Student Association

Fosters international awareness and cultural exchange between all members of the college.

Multicultural Student Association

Provides students with an avenue whereby they can get together to explore their heritage.

The Alliance

The Alliance is a student group that offers opportunities to meet socially, plan events, lobby politically and/or find support for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender students and their straight allies. The Alliance has sponsored activities for GLBT Awareness Month, Transgender Day of Remembrance, AIDS Awareness, social dances, drag shows, and more. Be sure to look for their open receptions at the beginning of each semester to meet members of the Salem State University GLBT community. For information contact the Alliance office in Room 206 of the Ellison Campus Center at 978.542.7541.

Urban Arts Theater

An expression of diversity and cultural awareness through arts such as spoken word poetry, dance, step, music, and drama.

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