New support group for Black women students at the Counseling Center

The Counseling Center on Hopkins' Homewood campus will offer a support group for Black women students titled Reclaiming Our Space: Black Women's Support Group, or ROS. ROS will serve as a supportive and healing space where Black women, occupying the intersections of racial and gender marginalization, can build community. This space will encourage the free exploration and discussion of challenges related to identity, academic life, current events, relationships, and mental health. The group will begin in the fall semester and will be offered every Friday from noon until 1:30 p.m. ROS is open to both undergraduate and graduate students who identify as Black/African American women and are students on the Homewood and/or Peabody campuses.

If you are interested in joining, contact the group's facilitator, Dr. RaiNesha L. Miller, at or the Counseling Center at 410-516-8278.