The NA faculty and student body engage in initiatives that invite action and dialogue to promote diversity, inclusion and deeper understanding of race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion and socioeconomic status. NA empowers students to take an active role in this work.
Thirteen of the more than 60 student clubs on campus are affiliated with the Office of Equity and Inclusion. These clubs have articulated missions that are closely tied to the vision for creating a diverse, inclusive and equitable community at NA. These clubs are encouraged and supported to collaborate with one another on developing events and presentations in the spirit of intersectionality.
STUDENT CLUBS AFFILIATED WITH THE OFFICE OF EQUITY AND INCLUSION
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The club works to advance Asian traditions and help the school understand and embrace Asian culture and traditions. Activities include learning languages, watching foreign films and sampling Asian cuisine.
BLACK STUDENT UNION
Members of the club seek to bring together students and faculty committed to learning about African-American culture and promote unity among students of all backgrounds.
GENDER-SEXUALITY ALLIANCE (GSA)
Weekly meetings are designed to be an open forum for the discussion of issues such as sexuality, homophobia, gender identity, heterosexism and gay rights.
GREEN & BLUE COMMITTEE
HEALTHY BODY, HEALTHY MIND CLUB
HUMAN RIGHTS CLUB
From fashion shows to Diwali celebrations, from dance competitions to food tasting, the Indian Club raises awareness of the importance of the Indian population at Newark Academy, in New Jersey and in the world.
The Jewish Club provides an opportunity to discuss issues and to promote cultural awareness and understanding. Club members are also involved in affiliated community service work.
MI CASA CLUB
The purpose of the Mi Casa Club to provide exposure to Hispanic/Latino heritage, to create awareness for cultural differences, and create an appreciation for our culture in both the school setting and in the broader community.
POWER (PEOPLE ORGANIZING FOR WOMEN'S EMPOWERMENT AND RIGHTS)