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Collegiate Community Transitions in the Archive

Collegiate Community Transitions (CCT) is a student club at the University of Washington Bothell. CCT seeks to create an authentic and uplifting community for students impacted by the criminal justice system. CCT is working to educate all students on the injustice of mass incarceration and to improve on campus educational opportunities for students of this background. Their work aims to offer program support, advocacy, mentorship, and greater access to resources in higher education for students affected by systems of incarceration. With education, recidivism rates are substantially reduced, and every person has the opportunity of fulfilling their dreams.

Gender, Women, & Sexuality Studies at UWB in the Archive

Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies (GWSS), historically called Women’s Studies, is a cutting edge interdisciplinary field that examines social and political realities shaped by gender, sexuality, and power. GWSS approaches topics from transnational and intersectional perspectives, enabling students to analyze and address issues of gender, sexuality, and social difference at personal, historical, institutional, and structural levels. GWSS scholars represent a wide range of disciplinary backgrounds, and conduct research in the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, and arts. GWSS at UWB launched a couple of weeks before the 2016 election.

Sexaul Assault & Violence Education at UWB (SAVE) in the Archive

S.A.V.E (Sexual Assault and Violence Education) was a student-led organization comprised of survivors and allies at UW Bothell. S.A.V.E’s mission was centered on providing education, advocacy, and support. S.A.V.E. is no longer active on the University of Washington Bothell campus.

UW Bothell Gender Equity Club in the Archive

Gender Equity is a club at University of Washington Bothell composed of students who are dedicated to working together to promote Gender Equity campus. The club’s mission is to promote a safe community where centralized resources and open dialogue will support gender equity for all. Through discussion-based learning, on-campus events and partnerships with ally student organizations, Gender Equity advocates for UW Bothell to work toward supporting an inclusive, gender equitable campus environment for students, faculty and staff. Gender Equity is for establishing a space on campus where students can safely and openly discuss issues of gender equality and diversity.

UW Bothell Parent Union in the Archive

This union serves to promote accommodations of students who are parents attending the UWB and Cascadia College campus. Through research and direct action, two UWB student moms created positive change for future generations of parent students with the establishment of safe parent spaces and their unmet demand for on-campus child care options. The Parent Union is currently inactive and in need of someone to continue their work. 

UW Bothell Pride Alliance in the Archive

Pride Alliance at University of Washington, Bothell is a social, support, and advocacy group committed to creating a safe, respectful space for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual, and pansexual students and their allies at UWB and Cascadia College. They accomplish this through community events and creating queer visibility and safe places on campus.

UWAVE Radio in the Archive

UWave is the campus/community radio station at UW Bothell. UWave is brought to listeners by students committed to building community and creating opportunities for professional development. With the slogan “your voice, your vibe,” UWave students share their opinions, attitudes and favorite music daily. The audio storytelling is an opportunity for listeners to discover ideas and people that are perhaps outside their usual interest areas.

UWB/CC Campus Library Community Reads in the Archive

Community Reads is a University of Washington Bothell (UWB) and Cascadia College (CC) campus library program that conducts quarterly events to cultivate productive discussion around equity, social justice, and diversity. This joint campus program aims to include all people regardless of background and to build a community through an intellectual experience discussing common books and media. Through large- and small- group discussions and activities, these events end with intellect turned action to encourage social change and engagement. 

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