SERD/Disaster Shakti Subcommittees for 2014-2015

Students in the Support Group for Ethnic and Racial Diversity (SERD)/Disaster Shakti will participate in the following subcommittees this academic year:
· Genocide international project
· Human trafficking in the United States
· Transgender discussion group
· Support/Social Group for AUNE international students
· Scoring of Haitian children’s House, Tree, Person drawings (2014 sample)
· Day of Community Service in Keene
· 2015 Haiti trip discussion group

Students in the Support Group for Racial and Ethnic Diversity (SERD) hold biweekly meetings to discuss current diversity topics and events, and they promote multiculturalism and volunteerism. SERD also organizes fund-raising events to support Disaster Shakti’s outreach. Disaster Shakti means empowerment in the face of a disaster and is composed of student relief teams from the Department of Clinical Psychology. These students receive training in disaster trauma and in culturally competent crisis intervention, psychological first aid, and disaster counseling in international settings.

For more information, visit: www.antiochne.edu/multiculturalcenter/serd/

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