We at the University Counseling Center are deeply saddened and angered about the racism and pain our Black/African American and other minority communities have experienced for centuries and that have, once again, come to the fore in tragic ways these past couple of months. The outrage sparked by the death of George Floyd is a communal reaction to people collectively bearing witness to just the latest egregious example of injustice that has long been condoned, ignored, and dismissed. We stand in solidarity with Black/African Americans and all people of color, who have endured systemic and pervasive racial injustice on a daily basis throughout the history of our country.
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From a UCC Psychologist
The Office of Student Enrichment at the University of Notre Dame will continue to "support undocumented immigrants and DACA students":https://studentenrichment.nd.edu/resources/undocumented-and-daca-students/, seek to maintain their enrollment, and assist them financially.
_In the spirit of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Walk the Walk week at the University of Notre Dame, the University Counseling Center would like to highlight our mission’s focus on the affirmation of diversity and our commitment to creating an environment that recognizes the inherent value and dignity of each person. In these times of increased racial and cultural tension, the UCC seeks to continue to provide a safe space to support our students and to assist in fostering a climate where all are heard and feel welcome._