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Learning as a Way of Leading

As part of her Post Master's Certification program in Multicultural Education at SUNY New Paltz, Saira Ayala, M.Ed, Director of Educational Initiatives for the Mu Sigma Upsilon Foundation, Inc. has put together a review of the book Learning as a Way of Leading: Lessons from the Struggle for Social Justice ©2009 by Stephen Preskill & Stephen D. Brookfield. This book offers a systematic…

Mu Sigma Upsilon Sorority, Inc. strongly opposes the “Zero Tolerance” immigration policy

“We are a better country than one that tears families apart, turns a blind eye to women fleeing domestic violence, and treats frightened children as a negotiating tool as a means to a political end.” -HRC With nearly 2,000 immigrant children separated from their parents in just six weeks alone, there is an unprecedented human rights disaster unfolding at our…

Statement on Violence and Hate Crimes at DePauw University

Mu Sigma Upsilon Sorority, Incorporated condemns the hate crimes that unfolded in at Depauw University in Greencastle, Indiana this week. As a sisterhood based on the unification of all women and multiculturalism, we deplore any hate and intolerance in our communities. We recognize that the events surrounding the senseless attack of students on the campus of DePauw University, point to…

Enough is Enough

January 23rd. Benton, Kentucky. Sixteen people shot. February 14th. Parkland, Florida. Seventeen people killed. March 20th. Lexington Park, Maryland. Three shot, two killed. Unfortunately, the list goes on. Twelve weeks into 2018, 17 school shootings have already occurred, averaging 1.4 shootings per week. A diverse crowd of students, teachers, and community members met at the March For Our Lives demonstration…

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