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Students of Color

RCC welcomes people of all racial and ethnic backgrounds. We want to provide a place of:

  • Confirmation: You are valuable no matter your skin color, hair texture, facial features, heritage, cultural values and practices, country of origin, or language used.
  • Sanctuary: From overt and covert societal messages and behaviors that suggest you are somehow inferior or do not deserve to be here.
  • Empowerment: To help you create your own sense of self that is shaped by your values and beliefs, rather than those placed upon you by others; to make choices about when you decide to take action or step back; to help you use your values, whatever they may be, to guide your life and find fulfillment.

While RCC embraces and values you, we recognize that as a person of color you often come in contact with individuals, institutions, and systems that leave you feeling mistreated, demoralized, rejected, or judged. We welcome you to talk about these experiences.

Examples of concerns we commonly help students of color with include:

  • Attending a predominately white institution
  • Academic challenges
  • First generation concerns
  • Relationship issues
  • Work/school/family balance
  • Micro-aggressions
  • Family concerns
  • Adjusting to college
  • Political climate

Thriving as a Student of Color on Campus
Sage+Spoon: Eating Disorders Support Group for People of Color and Indigenous Folks
Melanin Higher Ed
Young Black Men Project
5 Self-Care Practices Black People Can Use While Coping With Trauma
Black Lives Matter Meditation
Tips for Self-Care: When Police Brutality Has You Questioning Humanity and Social Media Is Enough
Self Care for People of Color After Emotional and Psychological Trauma
3 Things You Should Know About Intersectionality and Self-Care
Bullying and Victimization and Asian-American Students
Coping with Race-Related Stress
Model Minority Stereotype for Asian Americans
Centro de Apoyo, Asociación de Psicología Americana
YouTube: A Conversation with Native Americans on Race
Healthy Native Youth
44 Mental Health Resources for Black People Trying to Survive in this Country
Self-care in the Face of Racial Injustice
Therapy for Black Girls
The BIPOC Project- A Black, Indigenous, & People of Color Movement
25 Mental Health Resources Created for the Black Community You Should Know About

LatinX Club- Redwood Campus
President: Adrianna Herrera 
Advisor: Angelica Mendoza

Latino Club-Riverside Campus
President: Sindy Tecun
Advisor: Angelica Mendoza