WHAT WE DO
Brown's Organization for Multiracial and Biracial Students is a organization open to multi-identifying students and those who wish to further explore the identity and community. We hold discussion meetings and social events to build community, explore the multi experience, and provide opportunities for students to engage in activism and advocacy for a wide range of issues tied to the multi identity. One of our most exciting events is Loving Week, an annual celebration of the Supreme Court Case Loving v. Virginia that legalized interracial marriage. We partner with other mixed-identity organizations to create a week of workshops, social events, movie screenings, and guest speakers.
BOMBS focuses on creating a space for students to explore the multi identity through discussions, social events and building a community. It also aims to provide a space for activism and advocacy around issues of multiracial identity. We plan to raise campus awareness of our group and its missions through fundraising and social events. We promote community between students interested in issues of multiraciality.
Formal Lounge of the Brown Center for Students of Color