AKA Marcus Sibley. He is a speaker poet, hip hop artist, activist and entrepreneur. He serves as the Communications, Press & Publicity Chair for the New Jersey State Conference NAACP, and the Environmental & Climate Justice Chair for the Southern Burlington County NJ NAACP.
Emerging data shows that African Americans and LAtinx communities are being stricken by COVID-19 at a higher rate, and experiencing greater sickness and a higher death toll than other Americans. Some have said that COVID-19 is “ravaging” black communities. In this interactive conversation, four panelists will discuss how racism shapes vulnerability to COVID19, why African ... Read More
The Black and Latinx faculty/staff at IMSA meet to discuss strategies to provide additional support for Black and Latinx students. This year, the group is hosting a retreat for students on Saturday February 1st. As a strategy of the IMSA Board of Trustees approved Equity and Excellence Policy, the goal of the retreat is to ... Read More
I am excited to share that we are kicking-off a program that has been a support for our students,Brotherhood and Sister Circle (BHSC). BHSC is a program developed to give our Black and Latinx students an opportunity to celebrate and enhance their strengths, creativity, intelligence, promote networking, community involvement, financial literacy, resources, and academic success. ... Read More
The BHSC Experience is a proactive, intentional and ongoing approach to foster and nurture a safe, affirming and responsive environment and organizational culture where Culturally, Linguistically, and Economically Diverse (CLED) students feel they have value, the opportunity to contribute their best work and the ability to realize their full potential. The BHSC Experience allows students an opportunity to share their lived experiences, learn about the history and current system of oppression in America, develop relational leadership skills/stereotype management to confront related issues, engage in mindfulness and positive self-identity activities to develop confidence, grit and resilience, as well as have access to educational resources such as tutors and mentors.
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