For over 40 years, The Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center has been working hard promoting an inclusive and educational environment on campus by providing programs and services which enhance the communication and exchange of multicultural perspectives and values. We believe that significant learning takes place outside of the classroom for students, and their involvement in student organizations and programs contributes significantly to students' academic studies, the University community, and enhances the recruitment and retention of underrepresented students.
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We would like to let our community know that the Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center will be closing today from 3:30pm to 5:30pm in observance with our solidarity march for the students at the University of Missouri. As has been our history, the Ethnic Cultural Center has been caretakers of a legacy for the past 43 years, which includes advocating for the right to free speech and nonviolent protest. We will still make the center accessible for student activists and patrons who need supplies and materials, but stand in solidarity not just with our students, but all students dedicated towards inclusive space. Furthermore, we support our student employees who wish to attend this event. Indeed, activism is just as much our work as any other activity we engage in at the center and is critical towards an improved campus climate. #standwithmizzou