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See what our students are doing on the UW campus:

Students for the Oneness of Humankind


We will meet every Sunday for the remainder of the 2009-2010 school year and every other Sunday beginning the Fall of 2009, from 5-6:30 P.M in the Red Gym. See the TITU board for further updates.




“We the people,” that which begins the United States Constitution, has been the basis for which we form our own. We the students of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and contributors to society want all people to know humanity, at its best. It is the obligation of this organization to express concerning issues which we as the human race face each day. This will be a safe and open environment where all thoughts and opinions are taken into account. Enforced to its full potential is the Board of Regents Policy 30-36, “Policy on Recognition of Student Organizations”. We welcome every age, ethnicity, gender, disability, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status, or political affiliation. We wish to have an open forum which not only allows, but encourages people to voice their opinions about matters which affect our daily lives. Together, we will take an active part in changing social injustices which cripple our society from advancing to its potential. It is our purpose to instill in the University of Wisconsin-Madison a true understanding behind, the oneness of humankind.




Mission Statement

Students for the Oneness of Humankind is an organization which aims to give every student on this campus a voice by promoting a medium open to discussion based on societal issues. We are an active organization that will engage in peaceful yet demonstrative forms of detest against any injustice if an issue is to arise. Our cause is humanity and our effect will be determined by how much we are able to make the human experience a fair and just one for all.



Information Contact

Amber Grant

Chair & Co-Founder



(This student organization was founded by participants of the 2008 FIG (First Year Interest Group) taught by Richard Davis, Sabine Moedersheim, and Lydia Zepeda)

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