Photographs, primarily 4x6 color and black and white snapshots, related to Martin Luther King Jr. Day events and Black student
activities on campus 1984 – 1996, Includes images of African American Student Union and Society of Black Business Students
and one folder related to the Lantern Festival representing Asian diversity on campus. 18 VHS videotapes of campus activities
and events organized by the MutliCultural Center including discussion panels, celebrations, and performances.
The Multi-Cultural Center (MCC) provides programs and services that aid in the outreach and retention of under-represented
students through advocacy, community-building, and co-curricular programming. The MCC is a welcoming space in the Cal Poly
community that embraces diversity and works towards social justice. As part of the Cross Cultural Centers, the Multi-Cultural
Center contributes to the University’s commitment to diversity for a more inclusive and welcoming campus.
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