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Sep
16

CAPS Group Offerings: Black Empowerment Group-coping with race related issues

4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

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The Black Women Empowerment Group will be an opportunity for Black women students to connect
with each other around shared experiences, and to identify indignities and process reactions to them. In
addition to discussing campus-wide racial politics and concerns, participants will gain skills of
empowerment and confidence that will enable them to manage the stress of being Black and a woman
student at UR. There will be a focus on learning the steps to effective advocacy, student leadership,
campus activism, and self-care. Email Dr. Churchill or Dr. Small for more information.

Program days and times are subject to change based on interest. You do need to first register with CAPS and attend a Same-Day appointment (the CAPS Clinician you meet with then can help to schedule a group screening appointment.) Email caps@richmond.edu for more information or with questions.

*Due to Covid-19 (Delta) it is likely most groups and programs will be offered virutally. Pleaes check with CAPS or specific program leader for more information*