American University Student Council Class Of 2023

Run by the office of the class of 2023 student council
Follows us on Instagram: austuco2023

10/28/2020

Join us on Sunday at 8 PM EST for an extra absurd movie night! Backstroke of the West is a machine-translated version of Revenge of the Sith, dubbed over by original voice actors, and is definitely the best version of any prequel to date. If you need a break from schoolwork and all the stresses of the world right now, bring your friends along and let's all have a laugh!

You can join us here: https://discord.gg/vhqgswF

Photos from American University Student Council Class Of 2023's post 06/29/2020

We stand in solidarity with all survivors, and demand that the university do better.

Timeline photos 06/04/2020

Check the Linktree in our bio for a compilation of resources and reading material. Remember to stay safe and educated.

06/04/2020

On May 25th George Floyd was murdered by a police officer. Thousands have gone to the streets chanting his name and demanding change. This is not the result of just one “incident,” but decades of institutional racism and state-sanctioned violence.

It is not enough to just simply post about racism but to also be anti-racist. Stand against racism in your daily lives, from the casual offensive remark to the systematic means of oppression. If it is safe for you to protest, remember to respect Black leaders and uplift and amplify Black voices. If you have the means to donate, donate to charities supporting Black Lives.

In a predominantly white institution like American University, the goal of the Student Council of the Class 2023 is to uplift BIPOC voices. This means that when we say Black Lives Matter, we mean more than just a Hashtag. Black Lives Matter is a movement demanding an end to the devaluation of Black people as human beings. We will continue to call out injustice, both on campus and off.

With Solidarity,
Class Council 2023

Important Links -
TW: Violence, Murder, Racism

This is a document on information, and resources orgionaly posted on twitter that is very helpful.
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-0KC83vYfVQ-2freQveH43PWxuab2uWDEGolzrNoIks/mobilebasic

This is a list of resources originally posted by the Fordham Students for Justice in Palestine, it also has a list of charities, bail funds and petitions.
https://docs.google.com/document/u/1/d/12y7-Wa4gi8HUeFTv17gPcbMGuVX5cqIudLJmhOrq1-k/mobilebasic

AUDems have also collected a list of charities and organizations to support as well as resources for protesting, anti-racist education, and health.
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SO6rWgut-e5tGTRZVyYqWu3O8v7KXgpn_HtZu9Yb4bU/edit

posted a link to a document with revolutionary Black authors work on instagram that can be downloaded for free
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/18y0_2wm85L113fVWYdgljq9uuIlmlbl3

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