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Raza Grad Celebration is a culturally empowering ceremony representing historical traditions from throughout the Americas. Raza Grad celebrates the diversity of the [email protected]/Hispanic/Indigenous/[email protected] culture. The graduation celebration is open to all San Diego Mesa College graduating students who value the access to higher education and retention of our communities. Participation is not limited by area of study, ethnic background or national origin.

Dear Raza Grad students and community,

Congratulations on your academic achievements! As this part of your journey comes to an end, we know that you and your family looked forward to celebrating your achievement at the San Diego Mesa College Raza Grad Celebration, where culture and family is also acknowledged and celebrated. Unfortunately, we find ourselves living under unprecedented times caused by COVID-19. In an effort to keep you and your family safe, this year we invite you to participate in the Raza Grad Drive Through Celebration and/or our Raza Grad Virtual Celebration. 

The Drive Through Celebration is on Monday, May 17th from 5:00-7:30 pm.
Raza Grad 2021 Drive Through Photos

The Virtual Celebration is on Saturday, May 28 at 10:00 am. 


Disclaimer: By participating the Raza Grad Ceremony, you are therefore giving consent for the committee to utilize pictures taken at the event in future promotional documentation.

Sours: https://www.sdmesa.edu/academics/schools-departments/chicano-studies/raza-celebration.shtml

La Raza Graduation Ceremony

Thank you for your interest in the Raza graduation which highlights and celebrates our Hispanic/Latinx identities on campus!

The Multicultural Center collaborates with numerous departments, in addition to cultural and ethnic student groups, to coordinate culturally-based graduation ceremonies that complement the University’s commencement celebrations. These cultural celebrations acknowledge the value and uniqueness of underrepresented student experiences and serve to commemorate and highlight the accomplishments of individuals within a familial and cultural context.

La Raza Graduation is a bilingual graduation celebration that features traditions of Latino identities. The ceremony includes various Latino cultural elements and graduates are given the opportunity to publicly thank individuals who have helped them throughout their educational career. La Raza Graduation is a chance for friends and family to join students in celebrating their success at navigating the challenges of college in the spirit of Latino culture.

La Raza Graduation Celebration was originally created by Latino students, staff, and faculty at the University of California – Los Angeles (UCLA) in 1973. It was a proactive strategy to restore pride, heritage, and sense of purpose to Latino students.

Today, La Raza Graduation has spread to many campuses. At the University of North Texas (UNT), the first-ever Raza Graduation occurred in 2012. It was organized by a small group of committed individuals from a student organization called MUEVE who formed partnerships with faculty, students, and staff to organize the event. The Multicultural Center has adopted the graduation as part of their yearly programming and works directly with a student-led planning committee.

Multicultural Graduations FAQ​

When and where is the Raza ceremony?

Information for graduation will be posted in Fall 2021!

Who can participate in the Multicultural Graduations?
Any UNT student (undergraduate or graduate) who will be graduating in Fall 2021 can participate. We provide stoles for the following identities:

  • Multicultural Stoles – Asian/Pacific Islander, American Indian, Multiracial identities, etc.
  • Kente Stoles (People of Nia) – African, African American, Black identities
  • Serape Stoles (La Raza) – Hispanic/Latinx identities

Do I need to fill out an application/register to participate?
Yes! The registration form serves to inform the graduation committees to include in their programs, how many students to expect, etc. While we would like to provide a stole and celebrate every graduating senior, stoles are limited so please register early!

Where can I find a registration form?
Spring registration information can be found below!

Do I still need to apply for graduation with the Registrar’s Office?
Yes. This is NOT an application for graduation. It is an application for identity-based graduation ceremonies that complement the University’s commencement celebrations.

How many guests may I invite?
As many as you like!

What does it cost?
What does it cost? Nothing! It is FREE for you, your family, and friends.

What if I am graduating in the Fall?
While the Multicultural Center only hosts identity-based graduation ceremonies during the Spring semester, those graduating in December can still purchase a stole at https://www.midwestglobalgroup.com/

There are a variety of options for purchasing stoles and students are not required to use the same vendor as the MC.

Who can I speak to if I have questions?
If you have any questions please feel free to email us at[email protected]

Please check back for Fall 2021 registration info!

Sours: https://idea.unt.edu/la-raza-graduation-ceremony
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Centers for Educational Justice & Community Engagement

Virtual 2021 Chicanx Latinx Graduation Ceremonia

Sunday, May 16th, 2021, 1:00 PM-3:00 PM

Felicitaciones, Class of 2021! 

You are invited to participate in the virtual Chicanx and Latinx graduation, "Juntos Sanamos Y Seguimos Adelante," held in Spanish and English on Sunday, May 16th from 1p.m.-3p.m. Each graduate may submit a 30 second unique video clip celebrating their achievement. Video clips will be played during the ceremony. To participate & submit your video clip, you must register at bit.ly/CL-Grad-2021 by no later than Sunday, April 18th. Deadline for video clips is also Sunday, April 18th. 


Please email: [email protected]

Virtual 2021 Chicanx Latinx Graduation

Sours: https://cejce.berkeley.edu/clsd/graduation

Raza Graduation 

El Centro de la Raza has experienced and celebrated the graduation of our UNM Raza students since its inception in 1969. To memorialize this day, in 1994, El Centro de la Raza began the tradition to celebrate our graduates and their families. We recognize that graduating from any academic program is an effort in which the entire family partakes, and we celebrate everyone for the effort and the struggle that “getting an education” entails. For us, the El Centro staff, Raza Graduation is a reaffirmation of our commitment to continue being there for our students, so when the time comes, we can all celebrate the dreams and hopes of our students and their families.

Raza Graduation is not an alternative to UNM's general commencement, and/or any departmental celebration, but rather a personalized and cultural celebration from us to us. By achieving this accomplishment, we are honoring the efforts and the sacrifices that our ancestors experienced, so we could be where we are at today. The Mexican proverb says “ con calma y nos amanecemos”, which means let's be calm and take our time because time will come anyway. So, whatever we do, we do it well so we can honor our gente, our history and our culture. Nema, poco a poco, as the ancient ones would advise us, to move forward with our vision of the future … nema, poco a poco. Congratulations to all of those who will be graduating and let's keep in mind that when this day comes podemos gritar a pulmón ¡ Si Se Pudo Raza!!!!

If you meet the criteria for graduation, check in with us in the Spring to register so we can celebrate your accomplishment together!

Sours: http://elcentro.unm.edu/communityintercultural/raza-grad.html

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