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This Giving Blueday, we ask that you use your passion for Michigan to show your support in a different way. Please consider making a gift, and spread the word about this extraordinary day of giving.
WHO WE ARE
La Casa strives to unite, empower, and holistically support members of the Latinx community at the University of Michigan while striving to represent the voice and issues of our community at large.
Help, Empower, Affirm, and Love (H.E.A.L.)
H.E.A.L is a compilation of resources aimed to help support the needs of people in different aspects of mental health and different walks of life. Each resource contains a hyperlink, short description of the service provided, the intended audience, and a phone number and/or email address (if applicable).
Dealing with the challenges of Latinx exclusion and representation at the University of Michigan, La Casa emerged out of a pursuit to advocate and support the Latinx community. Established in 2017, we’re an organization driven by bold actions, passion, and a strong community.
Anishinaabeg gaa bi dinokiiwaad temigad manda Michigan Kichi Kinoomaagegamig. Mdaaswi nshwaaswaak shi mdaaswi shi niizhawaaswi gii-sababoonagak, Ojibweg, Odawaag, minwaa Bodwe’aadamiig wiiba gii-miigwenaa’aa maamoonjiniibina Kichi Kinoomaagegamigoong wi pii-gaa aanjibiigaadeg Kichi-Naakonigewinning, debendang manda aki, mampii Niisaajiwan, gewiinwaa niijaansiwaan ji kinoomaagaazinid. Daapanaming ninda kidwinan, megwaa minwaa gaa bi aankoosejig zhinda akiing minwaa gii-miigwewaad Kichi-Kinoomaagegamigoong aanji-daapinanigaade minwaa mshkowenjigaade.
The University of Michigan is located on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe people.
In 1817, the Ojibwe, Odawa, and Bodewadami Nations made the largest single land transfer to the University of Michigan. This was offered ceremonially as a gift through the Treaty at the Foot of the Rapids so that their children could be educated. Through these words of acknowledgment, their contemporary and ancestral ties to the land and their contributions to the University are renewed and reaffirmed.