"In times like these, there is no one way, and that's the one thing that I love about multicultural life is that it's about everybody," says Kiyaana-Cox Jones, Asst. Director of Multicultural Life at Muhlenberg College. "We are diverse and we see the beauty in everyone."
Finding the beauty in the confusion of a global pandemic is a useful skill to have these days.
"Everybody has a voice and we give a platform to let everyone use their voice and to let them know that you're not shunned here and your voice matters here," says Cox-Jones.
"So let's create some unity together. The world needs it now more than ever."
Cox-Jones and Robin Riley-Casey, Director of Multicultural Life at Muhlenberg College quickly adapted to the shift of COVID-19. The Office of Multicultural Life (OML) creates a safe space for students to figure out their identities, beliefs, and hold brave conversations.
The transition for some students leaving campus to isolation at home has been a major challenge. So OML is bringing that safe space into it's students living rooms.
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