The purpose of the M4 Initiative is to provide Black and Latino males an environment where they can explore their own ideas of masculinity, critical factors for college success, as well as build relationships with their peers through weekly dialogues, purposeful activities and fellowship.
WE3: Women Encouraging Empowerment through Exploration, is a collaborative, nine-week discussion group that brings together students that identify as Latina and Black women and welcomes all intersecting identities. Participants will have thought provoking conversations, while learning from one another as well as Wake staff and faculty facilitators. The program is designed to affirm students’ innate worth as women, validate students’ value as members of the Wake Forest University community, and propel them toward becoming successful, well-informed and well-adjusted members of society.
The goal of the AAIG: Asian American Identity Group is to provide women-identified students at WFU an opportunity to find mutual understanding or communitas while unpacking what it means to be Asian American at WFU. By exploring different topics such as cultural expectations and beauty standards, AAIG will not only provide an educational space for students to discuss but also to build an Asian American student network for women. By sharing personal experiences, participants will be able to connect in both peer education and interpersonal relationship building.
Benson University Center, Suite 346
P.O. Box 7352 Reynolda Station
Winston-Salem, NC 27109-7352