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​​​​​​The Latinx Employee Resource Group will actively engage working to recruit, welcome, and retain Latinx employees across Grounds through resource sharing, social events, and positive networking opportunities. Its members will work to foster a more inclusive environment for all Latinx members of faculty, administration, and staff. Its members will also build networks and engagement with the Latinx community around Charlottesville and the surrounding areas.

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Sí Podemos: UVA’s Latinx Employee Resource Group’s Statement on Equity

The University of Virginia’s Latinx Employee Resource Group condemns the racism and xenophobia that have long served to enshrine systemic oppressions in the United States. We advocate for greater visibility of racial and linguistic difference in our community and advocate for a more supportive and enfranchising infrastructure for Latinx and other communities of color, at UVA and beyond. We stand with undocumented Latinx peoples, in and beyond Charlottesville, as they fight for access, inclusion and a more just immigration process and system. We struggle together, with communities of color, in Charlottesville and around the world, who seek liberty and equity for all.
UVA Latinx ERG

Upcoming Events

August 6, 2022
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Pen Park, Charlottesville, VA

Latinx in the News

A Tribute to Another Culture

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"We, of the United States of America, appreciate the contributions made to us by other cultures. Sometimes we forget to appreciate these many blessings we have from our mixed heritage. The Newport 60+ Activity Center would like to bring more attention to them in a series of recognitions.

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