A Message from the Counseling Center:
Given the recent series of violent events dominating the national news during the past few weeks, some students may find it helpful to discuss their thoughts on these matters. The Georgia State University Counseling Center (75 Piedmont Ave, N.E., Suite 200A, Citizen’s Trust Building) would like to provide support to any student seeking a safe and confidential space to process these events. We want to remind the campus community that we are available for walk-in consultations for all enrolled students until 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday. For students in need of support after business hours, please call 404-413-1640 and follow the prompts to speak to a counselor.

Understanding why #BlackLivesMatter

Black Lives Matter
Black Lives Matter started out as a hashtag in 2012 after the shooting death of Trayvon Martin in Florida. Now, it is a rallying cry for so many across the nation, a cause and a movement in the wake of deaths of black men at the hands of the police. The latest police shootings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile have sparked a new round of nationwide protests. Coupled with the recent killings of police in Dallas and Baton Rouge, Black Lives Matter has come under praise from supporters of the movement and scrutiny from others.

Cries of black lives matter are often met with the response of all lives matter. Some people have even expressed confusion about why…more>>

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