The "Color of Drinking" is an exploratory study of the impacts of the UW-Madison’s alcohol culture on students of color. The campus alcohol culture radiates implicit messages regarding who matters and belongs, and its impacts to racial climate. Color of Drinking has helped build capacity amongst campus to address alcohol as a social justice issue. This session will examine the intersection of alcohol prevention and social justice and strategies implemented with campus partners.
-Participants will gain knowledge about a mixed methods approach for evaluating the
experiences of students of color
-Participants will be able to identify one strategy to engage campus partners around alcohol and social justice issues.
-Participants will be able gain an understanding of how alcohol can impact racial climate issues.
-Participants will be able to define how alcohol is a social justice issues.