BIPOC Safespace

BIPOC Safespace for Students, Faculty, and Staff

Led by School of Music staff member Tahira Habeeb, the College of the Arts holds Safespace meetings for BIPOC students, faculty and staff throughout the semester.

The BIPOC Safespace is a place where real conversations are had.  It is a place where BIPOC people can come to discuss and find reprieve from today's societal challenges.

Currently, meetings are held virtually. All BIPOC students, faculty, and staff from throughout the university are welcome to attend.


March 2, 2021 at 6:00pm: "The current political climate with the Biden/Harris administration. Do we think things have changed from a month ago?”

March 16, 2021 at 6:00pm: “When you’re a Person of Color, but no one knows”.

April 6, 2021 at 6:00pm: "Microaggressions and Cultural Appropriation"

April 20, 2021 at 6:00pm: "Mental Health and Mental Health Resources for BIPOC"

For more information

Contact Tahira Habeeb at

To attend a meeting

Sign up at the link below:

Sign Up to Attend the Next BIPOC Safe Space Meeting