Students for BIPOC aims to create an international platform for students to share their perspective on race-related issues and bring awareness to not only the issues recognized in one's own community, but also the issues that are rampant in unfamiliar communities through articles, podcasts, infographics, interviews, and more.
As SFB continues to expand and seek new opinions and perspectives, we have grown to be a diverse group of students from various parts of the world. All students in SFB strive to bring awareness to the injustices faced by BIPOC and constantly seek more knowledge through learning about others’ perspectives.
Being inspired by the global efforts to come together and create change during the Black Lives Matter Movement in the summer of 2020, we decided to create this organization to further stimulate meaningful and promote racial change on a global level through students, the people of our future.
Every month, we highlight an article written by one of our contributors. This month's article, written by Akhil Srivastava and Ebonie Kibalya, discusses the effects of neoliberalism on race.
Articles published by SFB are written by students who feel compelled to share their thoughts and opinions to teach and inspire others on issues they feel passionate about. The articles contain a wide range of topics which all relate to BIPOC, including some about issues occurring outside of the United States.
Every week on Fridays there is a new episode of the SFB podcast that's done by founders and presidents Emily Gu and Lily Kiaei. They discuss various topics and share their personal opinions on it. Past topics include the coup at the Capitol, affirmative action in college admissions, and systemic racism in the healthcare system.
The funds we raise go towards supporting BIPOC in various ways, from buying basic necessities to personal protective equipment to money to help fund a school trip. Learn more about what you can do to help and how to request monetary assistance.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.