The Student Affairs and Enrollment Management's (SAEM) Diversity and Inclusion Committee at SUNY Oswego has partnered with the college's Office of Diversity and Inclusion to provide Oz Against Injustice: A Three-Part Series on Anti-Racism. The series will be offered on Zoom to all members of the SUNY Oswego campus community.

  • The next event in the series is a panel discussion, “Examining Racism and How it Affects Our Community,” which will be held from 5 to 6 p.m. on Thursday, June 25. This panel discussion with campus partners and alumni will provide context to the effects of racism in the community, as well as offer participants the ability to ask questions and voice their opinion as it relates to racial injustices in the country. All members of the SUNY Oswego community are welcome and invited to register in advance.  

  • From 5 to 6 p.m. on Monday, June 29, "A Call To Activism: What Steps To Take Now?" will provide participants with actionable steps one can take to feel empowered in the fight against racism in the community. All members of the SUNY Oswego community  are welcome and invited to register in advance
The first event, "Oz Speaks: Black Lives Matter Healing Session," took place on Tuesday, June 23, as a "speak out" for SUNY Oswego students to speak their truth in relation to their experiences with racism and injustice in our country, as well as the Black Lives Matter movement. 

We invite members of the SUNY Oswego community to participate in one or all of these discussions ... to listen, to share, to heal, to better understand, and to come together in support of one another in our relentless commitment to equity and inclusion at SUNY Oswego, and in our pursuit of a more respectful, humane world for all. 

If you have any questions about the Oz Against Injustice series, contact Cara Plasencia, the SAEM Diversity and Inclusion Committee chair at