P.O.C. Council

 

 

Coordinator: Taylor Lewis

The People of Color Council focuses on celebrating, preserving, and educating students on the cultures of the minority population in America, and together POC serves as a large unifying faction for the student body here at the UB. POC clubs also takes a very active role in the Buffalo community; engaging in community services, educating other students outside of UB, and promoting the continuous prosperity of the minority people and their cultures. POC clubs are united with a common goal; to increase minority representation at the UB, SUNY, and State levels.




Asian American Student Union (AASU)

Asian American Student Union. Support and encourage Asian American culture within the UB community. Address problems and defend right of students.

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Location: SU 372
   
President:Hanna Liu
Vice President:Victoria Spearing
Treasurer:Louis Poon
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Black Student Union (BSU)

BSU.Educate members and non-members on issues that affect the Black community. Preserve Black culture; increase admission of Black students to UB.

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Location: SU 307
   
President:Samuel Agorioge
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Secretary:Jamel Usen
Advisor: Christina Dunn, cndunn@buffalo.edu
   
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Eight Count

Give students the opportunity to express themselves through art, while bonding and reflecting with their peers who share similar forms of expression. The form of dance we intend to produce targets the roots of African and Black American culture. Not only will we produce this art, but we will also aim to educate our student body on both the history and impact of each style we produce. 

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Date Established:
04-26-2022
 
   
  
  
   
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Treasurer:Bobbi Cheves
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Powerful United Ladies Striving to Elevate (PULSE)

Constituents of PULSE shall come together to discuss and act on matters that concern women of color. They will create a comfortable and respected environment for the student body to educate, elevate, and empower one another through an array of mediums. Dialogue shall incorporate alternative ideologies that have shaped and continue to shape women of color.

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Date Established:
12-06-2019
 
   
  
  
   
President:Ifeoma Okorie
Vice President:Kayla Phillp
Treasurer:Tania Ramirez
Secretary:Tasnin Khan
   
   
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Pre-Law Chapter of the National Black Law Student Association

The purpose of the National Black Law Students Association Pre-Law Chapter at the University at Buffalo is to articulate and promote the needs and goals of Black and minority undergraduate students who have an interest in law. UB BLSA Pre-Law seeks to work with the undergraduate University, the UB School of Law, and the local Buffalo community to increase access and resources for applying to law school to our members. We strive to provide members with internship opportunities, community service initiatives, and the chance to connect with current law students, law professors, attorneys, judges, and other legal professionals in order to provide insight and guidance in connection with becoming a future lawyer.

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Date Established:
11-07-2017
 
   
  
  
   
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South Asian Student Association

It's important to understand what makes up South Asian culture in order to comprehend it. The countries of India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, and Sri Lanka make up the South Asian subcontinent. There is a staggering degree of difference among these nations regarding cultural customs. However, there are some similarities. Hinduism, Islam, and Sikhism are the three main faiths practiced in South Asia. These religions manifest in similar religious traditions across the region. Regardless of religion, each South Asian region has distinct characteristics. In essence, there are both significant cultural distinctions and similarities among the people of South Asia. SASA promotes a healthy knowledge of this incredibly diverse region by highlighting its similarities and differences.

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