VCU students, faculty and staff will celebrate  VCU Unity on March 11, from 9 – 11 a.m. in Park Plaza. (Park Plaza is the courtyard/small amphitheater located behind Hibbs Hall and to the east of the W.E. Singleton Center for the Performing Arts.)

This event will provide an opportunity to celebrate VCU’s diverse community and to show the community’s commitment to making our campus more inclusive. Pick up a #VCUunity ribbon, sign a chalkboard with a message of support, treat yourself to a doughnut and coffee and learn about services on campus.

Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to wear black and gold.

VCU Libraries staff will be handing out keytags and information about library and research resources to explore diversity and inclusion.

In suppot of this event organized by the Division of Student Affairs, the Cabell Screen will show the VCU Unity ribbon and reprise a short video by student artist Kyle Williams. The communication arts major (class of 2020) received the prize for his best-in-show entry in a VCU Libraries’ Cabell Screen contest honoring VCU’s 50th anniversary as a university. His video/gif “You Belong Here” depicts bold illustrations of VCU students from different decades and offers a message of diversity and inclusion that are core values at VCU. The Cabell Screen exhibit will run 9 to 11 a.m. Monday.

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