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Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility - Bradford Campus

This guide contains resources in support of diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Social Justice Week 2023 Events

Monday, January 16: MLK Day of Service and Solidarity

Please sign up for one of the volunteer opportunities listed below that have been organized for Monday, January 16 at

·       The Pavilion (skilled-care nursing facility) at the Bradford Regional Medical Center:  Engage the elderly in bingo, music, noodle ball, and more. NOTE:  Proof of a COVID vaccination is required to attend any opportunities working with the elderly.

·       Canticle Farms: a community-supported agriculture vegetable farm sponsored by the Franciscan Sisters of Allegany.  Help is needed working on tunnel beds and harvesting crops.

You can sign-up for either volunteer opportunity at

Wednesday, January 18: Collective Racial Healing: The Power of Solidarity and Service

6- 8 PM | Studio Theater, located behind Bromeley Family Theater in Blaisdell Hall

Join us for an evening of speakers and mindful community discussions to renew and revitalize our commitment to solidarity, service, and racial healing.2023 Speakers: Angie Wolfe, Ron Odoko, Rodney Valandra, Mary Romney, Stephanie Eckstrom, Doyin Ogunfeyimi & student response panel led by N. Duran & S. Whitfield.

Refreshments will be provided during the intermission.

Zoom Link Registration for the hybrid event is available upon request.

Thursday, January 19: Social Justice-Themed Open MIC

7 PM | Blaisdell Hall Lobby

Prioritizing empathy is a necessary first step in reconciling our hyper-polarized world. Why is it important to take action against things you feel are wrong?

Come share and listen!

Friday, January 20: Seneca Iroquois National Museum Visit

1-4 PM

Transportation and admission to the Seneca Iroquois National Museum will be covered for the trip.

Spaces are limited! Register now: 

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