Kirkland's 2022-23 Race Relations Tutors: Julia Pian, Yoseph Boku, Sudheer Poluru, and Osaremen Okolo
As Race Relations Tutors, we work to foster a respectful and positive environment in which diversity enriches the lives of all Kirklanders. We strive to encourage open and honest discussion about race, culture, and ethnicity. We organize events that allow us to learn more about the many impacts of race, culture, and ethnicity within society. Feel free to reach out to us at any time.
Resources for Students Interested in Cultural and Ethnic Affairs:
The Harvard Foundation: The Harvard Foundation for Intercultural Race Relations is a nonprofit organization on campus whose purpose is to improve intercultural understanding through scholarly programs and cultural celebrations.
Office for Equity, Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging: OEDIB provides identity, inclusion, and belonging programming. They also provide support for students from historically underrepresented or marginalized backgrounds.
Office of International Education: Your one-stop shop for information about studying, working, or traveling abroad as a Harvard Student.
University Policy on Discrimination and Harassment:
Click here to read the Harvard College Handbook for Students Statement on discrimination and harassment.
Information on Reporting Hate Crimes:
Click here for information from the Harvard University Police Department website for information about how the law defines a hate crime and how to get in touch with them if you think that you are the victim of a hate crime.