For the first time, Latinx organizations at Duke have all united to further the interests of the Latinx community. These “demands” serve as accountability for the many times Latinx students tirelessly advocated for a more equitable campus. They are hardly demands, they are a plea for the respect and acknowledgement of marginalized students.
Marginalized students on this campus today need improved multicultural centers today.
The Mi Gente 2019-2020 Council unanimously decided to endorse Valeria Silombria for Duke Student Government President because of her commitment to engaging with historically underrepresented groups on campus and in the Durham community.
Bryce’s platform, which emphasizes diversity and inclusion, housing and residence life, investing in our environment, and curbing sexual assault, is emblematic of the issues that need to be addressed in our Duke community.
Blue Devils United, Mi Gente, The Duke University Asian Students Association, The Asian American Alliance, The Duke Muslim Students’ Association, Duke Voices for Interfaith Action, and Women’s Housing Option are in solidarity with student efforts to stop the relocation of the Women’s Center.