CMA Spaces

CMA Spaces

CMA manages three identity spaces within the Bryan Student Center. Check back for updates.
  • CMA La Casa (est. 2016)
    • CMA: La Casa’s primary focus is to serve and preserve the history, culture, and experience of the Latinx/é/o communities at Duke University. This space was born out of student activism and is open to all students who identify and/or are in allyship with these communities. The space works toward providing an inclusive environment for all students. Come visit Bryan Center 037!

  • CMA A/API BASE (est. 2016)
    • CMA: AAPI BASE (Asian/American Pacific Islander Bridge to Action, Solidarity, and Education)’s primary focus is to serve and preserve the history, culture, and experience of the AAPI communities at Duke University.  This space was born out of student activism and is open to all students who identify and/or are in allyship with these communities. The space works toward providing an inclusive environment for all students. Come visit Bryan Center 037A!

  • CMA Wekit (est. 2019)
    • CMA: Wekit (pronounced “way-ki-th”)’s primary focus is to serve and preserve the history, culture, and experience of the Native American and Indigenous communities at Duke University.  Yhis space is located in Bryan Center 001A.

      During it’s beginnings, students voted and decided to name the space "Wekit". This means home in Carolina Algonquian - the language in which several tribes in North Carolina speak a variation of.