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R.A.C.E

Recognizing And Celebrating Ethnicities is an annual celebration of culture that consists of various performances of cultural dance, music, poetry, etc. R.A.C.E. also provides explanations of cultural rituals, displays of costumes and artifacts and cultural food. On March 9th, 1994, the Amazona Chapter of Mu Sigma Upsilon Sorority, Inc. held the first R.A.C.E program. For over 10 years, this event has upheld our multicultural tradition while promoting diversity and a deeper understanding of cultures, as well as challenging stereotypes throughout the university and community. R.A.C.E. provides an exposure of different cultures in a fun and diverse atmosphere. The audience frequently exceeds 400 people from different organizations on campus, including Greek organizations, faculty, staff, administration, students and the local community. R.A.C.E. continues to grow in popularity and is widely known all over the university, and has even become recognized by Rutgers University as a program which implements the university’s multicultural blueprint. It is now also held at other chapters of Mu Sigma Upsilon Sorority, Inc. The Amazona Chapter takes great pride in this event and we look forward to celebrating R.A.C.E. each spring. We invite you to celebrate diversity with us.

“Through Diversity there is Strength”

 

 
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