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The Diversity and Social Justice Resource Center (DSJRC)

The Diversity and Social Justice Resource Center (DSJRC) provides leadership, resources, and social justice educational opportunities for personal and systemic transformation in order to move our communities beyond awareness to institutional and cultural change.

We are committed to interweaving social justice through all that we do in a manner that is intentional, strategic, and sustainable. The Social Justice resources and programs are rooted in a strength-based and liberatory framework, which is grounded in intersectionality, practicing wellness, and nurturing affinity, ally, and solidarity spaces.

The DSJRC provides social justice workshops, student and group advocacy and support, cross-campus partnerships, community building opportunities, a social justice resource library, and a place to just simply be. 

For more information about the Diversity and Social Justice Resource Center, check online, like us on Facebook, email socialjustice@mills.edu, or visit Rothwell Center 164 and 165.


Solidarity Lounge
The Solidarity Lounge (S-Lounge) is an inclusive space for students of color and their allies. Used both formally and informally as a gathering space, the S-Lounge is the home-away-from-home of many students. The S-Lounge frequently hosts student group meetings, discussions, films, receptions, and events. The S-Lounge also houses two computers and is used between meetings as a study space. The Solidarity Lounge is open daily from 8:00 am until midnight, and the computer room is open by request from Public Safety. To suggest S-Lounge programs or ideas or for more information, check online, email, or visit the DSJRC in Rothwell Center 164 and 165.

The Solidarity Lounge was created after a year of intensive activism and broad-based alliances. The Solidarity Lounge opened in September 2003 as an empowering space for Women of Color and their allies. Today it remains a space where different groups and individuals can come together to build community.

For more information about the Solidarity Lounge,  email socialjustice@mills.edu, or visit the DSJRC in Rothwell Center 164 and 165.

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Last Updated: 10/10/14