Wesleyan College announces new Center for Social and Racial Equity

Wesleyan College is one of nine U.S. colleges and universities chosen to participate in a three-year project funded by a $5 million grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Each geographically dispersed and organizationally diverse institution will partner with a community organization to develop tangible, research-informed solutions for racial and social inequities. Wesleyan is proud to partner with the Tubman Museum.

Opportunities for community members to come together will be offered physically and virtually through the College, the Tubman Museum, and Wesleyan’s new Center for Social and Racial Equity, located at the Porter House on Tucker Road. The Center is an extension of Wesleyan’s work on campus and its commitment to social and racial justice and equity.