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Social Justice Resources

Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center | 813 Virginia Ave., Columbia, Mo 65201 | 573-882-2664
The Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center (GOBCC) is dedicated to providing social and educational programs that reflect the history, heritage and culture of the African Diaspora to all students, faculty, staff and the Mid-Missouri community. Additionally, the GOBCC is a willing partner with entities endeavoring to make the University of Missouri a more inclusive and welcoming environment for diverse populations through education, outreach, and collaboration. Lastly, the GOBCC envisions itself as an instrument of orientation and instruction on the issues of race, politics, economics, community, art and culture of the African Diaspora. For more information about the GOBCC, please visit their website.

Multicultural Center | G107 MU Student Center | 573-882-7152
The MU Mulitcultural Center is proud to be a home away from home for domestic ethnic minority students.  The Center provides cubicle and office space, comfortable lounge and work spaces for all Mizzou students, Diversity Trainings via the Diversity Peer Educators.  The Center is proud to collaborate across campus and the community to serve any and all under-represented populations on Mizzou’s campus. For more information about the Multicultural Center, please visit their website.

LGBTQ Center | G225 MU Student Center | 573-884-7750
The MU LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer) Resource Center goal to meet the needs of Mizzou’s campus. The Center is open to all students and works to educate about, support, and advocate for sexual and gender minorities at Mizzou. The Center offers support, events, education, training’s, involvement, leadership, community, and more.  For more information about the LGBTQ Center, please visit their website.

RSVP Center | G216 MU Student Center | 573-882-6638
The MSA/GPC Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention (RSVP) Center is a comprehensive education and resource service for the MU community. With active prevention efforts, the RSVP Center is committed to decreasing the number of MU students who are raped, sexually assaulted, stalked or abused in a relationship.  The RSVP Center focuses on education, outreach and raising awareness about these issues through events and customized programs.  For more information about the RSVP Center, please visit their website.

Women’s Center | G108 MU Student Center | 573-882-6621
The MU Women’s Center welcomes students, staff, faculty and members of our local community. The Center provides opportunities for learning, service and support for those who seek to further their understanding of social justice.  No matter if you are looking for a place to lounge, to attend programs, to borrow a book or grab some free candy, the WC is a space where you can find your place.  Our Center is not a woman-only space-it is open to everyone regardless of gender identity. For more information about the Women’s Center, please visit their website.