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- Chocolate Chat
- Taro Talk
- BELLA (Biola Educated Latinas Leading in Action)
- Iron Sharpens Iron
- Band of Brothers
- White Identity Development Group
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We seek to cultivate space for young Black women at Biola to be heard, to grow, to live, and to learn; a space where they can find resources and support from other Black women at Biola on the holistic journey of identity and life with God.
We seek to provide a place for women Asian-American women at Biola community to gather, be supported, share stories and experiences, engage in honest conversations, and spur one another towards personal, spiritual and vocational growth.
BELLA (Biola Educated Latinas Leading in Action)
We seek to cultivate relationships and build a community with Latina students in order to encourage, exhort and assist them with resources and support from Latina faculty and staff as they journey through college seeking their professional identity, but more importantly their identity in Christ.
Iron Sharpens Iron
We exist to develop honest, accountable, and responsible Black men who seek Christ, excel academically, and grow in transformative leadership experiences.
Band of Brothers
We seek to grow in deeper awareness of our Asian American ethnic and cultural stories, and to equip one another to engage in fruitful cross-cultural dialogue.
We are committed to supporting Latino men in their pursuit of higher education, professional achievement and community with other brothers in the faith. Hermanos will provide a space to explore Latino roots and identity, helping students understand the implications of these in personal and professional spheres through topical discussions, guest speakers and related resources.
White Identity Development Group
In processing diversity, many white students ask “Where do I fit?” This group is a safe space for white students to process their cultural identity, ethnic heritage and systemic injustice.
Alicia Miller Andre (email@example.com)
Fusion exists for multiracial men and women to connect, share their stories, and explore what it means to be multiracial together.