As advocacy centers within the division of Student Affairs, we are saddened and upset by the unfortunate incidents against Black people in the United States. We acknowledge that these tragedies can have a significant impact on people in our communities. As a CU community, recognizing that institutional racism occurs at all levels, we encourage working together to create dialogue and solutions among students, staff, faculty, and police. We would like to continue to do our best to support students within our CU Boulder community who are impacted by providing opportunities to talk and receive support. We all process tragedies differently which can range in emotions such as experiencing frustration, confusion, anger, sadness, etc. If you are in need of support during this time (and any time), please reach out to any professional staff at the following centers:
Welcome to the WRC. Since our inception in 1994, the University of Colorado Boulder Women’s Resource Center has worked to create a campus environment where women will thrive. The Center, affectionately referred to as the WRC, the W, or the Dub, has, since its inception, been a force on campus to develop students’ leadership abilities and to work for equity on campus. While the Center’s focus is on women, we recognize the importance of advocating on behalf of all marginalized communities and addressing issues of injustice and inter-connections of oppression. We are firmly committed to building and strengthening alliances across differences and between agencies.