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University Health & Counseling Services offers safe space for discussion and support for Black students

A confidential, safe space is available for Black students at Case Western Reserve University to gain support and discuss the impact of recent and historical violence and racism. Staff from University Health & Counseling Services will moderate the conversations, which will be held every Wednesday in July from 3 to 4 p.m. 

Students can drop-in at any time during the group discussion.

This program is open to all Black CWRU, Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland Institute of Music and Kent State University podiatry students, regardless of where they currently reside.

A Zoom link will be sent to participants after registration.

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