Multicultural and Identity Organizations

This group supports all members of the LGBTQIA+ community. A subset of the group's mission is specifically dedicated to transgender students.
Adore is dedicated to providing a safe and supportive space for LGBTQIA, identified and unidentified, people of color. The group also advocates the freedom of sexual and gender expression. 
The organization aims to encourage students to think critically about problems facing the continent and facilitate discussing strategic and culturally acceptable ways to resolve these problems.
The BPBC reads and discusses novels written by authors who are part of the African diaspora.
CSA was formed to make Agnes Scott more aware and more appreciative of the numerous cultures, peoples and societies found in today’s West Indian and Caribbean countries. You do not need to be a native of the Caribbean or Africa, just intrigued by the cultures.
ISA encourages the exchange of cultural experience among the students at Agnes Scott in order to create a more diverse and enriching environment. The group strives to provide cultural awareness among all students and to provide support for international students. All students are invited to join ISA.
The purpose of Latines Unides is to educate the campus and the metropolitan area about issues pertinent to the Latinx community as well as to preserve and promote, with non-bias, the cultural history, traditions, and customs of Latinx, Hispanic, Latinx Caribbean, Afro-Latinx, and Indigenous people of Latin America. Latines Unides is meant to foster a sense of community where members of all backgrounds, sexual orientation, and gender identities can be dedicated to embracing the meaning of being a person of color, race, and culture.
Masala-SACE creates awareness of South Asian culture on campus and educates the community about South Asian beliefs and practices in order to replace common misconceptions of South Asian culture with knowledge.
OASIS gives Asian students a space to create community and works to educate the rest of campus on Asian cultures and traditions. 
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People serves students identifying as a person of color by offering panels, networking opportunities and cultural events.
Witkaze is the Black Student Association of Agnes Scott. Since its establishment in 1977, members of Witkaze have promoted the awareness of African, African-American and West Indian culture, achievement, contributions and history in the community at large and on the Agnes Scott campus. This organization also serves as a support group for all African-diasporic students. Witkaze's goals promote a diverse community where African-diasporic students can achieve academic excellence and feel their needs are recognized.
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