Groups in The Center
The Center is proud to host student groups in our space. To book a time slot, check out our booking policy and form here!
5:00pm: Active Minds
Active Minds is a student-run organization devoted to increasing awareness of mental health, reducing the stigma of such issues, and directing students to behavioral health resources on campus.
6:30pm: Trans Listening Circle (TLC)
Trans Listening Circle is a group centered around discussing issues of gender in society, and it offers a safe space for people to share their experiences, troubles, worries, and encouragements surrounding trans, non-binary, non-cis, gender-variant, gender-nonconforming, etc identities in life and on campus.
7:30pm: Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP)
SJP is a diverse group of students, faculty, staff, and community members at Boston University. Our group is organized according to democratic principles in order to promote justice, human rights, liberation, and self-determination for the Palestinian People.
7:00pm: Students for Reproductive Freedom (SRF)
BU Students for Reproductive Freedom advocates healthy/safer sexuality, sex positivity, abortion access, comprehensive sexuality education, and push for legislation that expands access to reproductive healthcare. As a registered Planned Parenthood campus organizing group, we are responsible for representing their organization at BU. On campus, we host a variety of events and pass out hundreds of condoms and sexual health education resources.
Reproductive justice is not an isolated movement, and we want to raise awareness about how socio-economic status, culture, race, gender, sexuality, immigration, environmental issues, etc., all impact autonomy and justice.
7:00pm: Feminist Collective
Boston University’s unofficial, collectively-run feminist action group. We spread awareness of feminism and its ideals both on campus and in the community!
6:30 pm: CGSA Leadership Meeting
5:00 pm: Queer Activist Collective “Q”
Q is Boston University’s Queer Activist Collective, dedicated to education and activism surrounding LGBTQ+ issues on and off campus. We promote awareness, visibility, and full inclusion of the LGBTQ+ community. We hold weekly meetings to discuss culture and politics as well as plan events and actions. We strive to make our meeting space physically and emotionally safe for all of our members.