MultiCultural Center

Welcome to the MultiCultural Center (MCC), a new area under the pilot program called the Social Justice & Equity Centers.  We are here to celebrate, educate, and support the vast identities and cultures of the BMCC community with a focus on issues faced by Black Indigenous, and students of color, and the roles of allies. Through programming, workshops, events and celebrations we hope to create a fun, inclusive, and vibrant college experience for all!

All students are welcome to participate regardless of racial or ethnic identity.

Lenape Land

The MCC acknowledges BMCC sits on colonized indegenous land, home of the Lenape people. We pay our respects to the Lenape community and elders, past, present and future, and to their sacred traditions, culture, and history.  We realize we are honored guests on this land and strive to treat it with dignity, love and respect. 

Programs and Events

BMCC Heritage Months

The MultiCultural Center is an active participant in BMCC Heritage Months and works with each committee to plan diverse and intersectional events across the board.

All Heritage Month related programs are posted on each of the respective heritage month websites.  To learn more visit our Programs and Events page.

Free Menstrual Products and Contraception

Stop by S-340 to pick up free pads, tampons, internal and external condoms, lube, and dental dams.

Connect With Us

SJEC Email List and Newsletters

Sign-up for the SJEC email list and newsletters to receive our monthly newsletter as well as daily updates and reminders for the Pride Center and all of the SJEC programs, events, and activities, including the Women’s Resource Center, MultiCultural Center and Social Justice Programs.

Follow us on Social Media

SJEC Instagram

Follow us on Instagram to get updates and get engaged with all of the SJEC programs, events, and activities, including the Women’s Resource Center, Pride Center, MultiCultural Center & Social Justice Programs. It’s an easy way to get reminders, stay connected, and learn about social justice.

To learn more ways to be part of the MultiCultural Center, visit Get Connected and Involved!