Make Yourself Useful (MYU) is a collective focused on anti-racist work, with an emphasis on the active role of white people within movements for racial and social justice. They will be helping the School of Art & Art History, as well as other interested schools within CADA, on a racial justice climate survey that will be circulated in November.
This November take time for yourself, and for community. Keep breathing. Keep moving. Keep holding space for one another, and keep on working to make a more just and liberated future for all.
As 2020 begins to draw to a close, there are many potential major shifts on the horizon, on top of the many changes and challenges that this year already presented. As a college we understand that this November emotions could run high, feelings of anxiety and fears around so many unknowns will only be natural, and that in this moment of unrest and uncertainty we need to support one another.
Through our Critical Care initiative we will be launching a series of weekly programs and virtual spaces to help support each other through the month of November and beyond. These are offerings of care, of community and collectivity, and hope.