On July 19, 2020, the MASC Executive Board passed the following statement on Racial Injustice:
The Maryland Association of Student Councils has always been and will continue to be committed to standing by and growing with our student leaders across the state. In the wake of the murders of Elijah McClain, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, and countless others, this commitment is more urgent than ever. We stand with the Black community, and all communities impacted by racial injustice, and are devoted to working against racism. As an organization, we celebrate diversity and equity and hold all of our student leaders to these same values. As student leaders, we have the privilege and the responsibility to uplift and advocate for those who have been marginalized. We encourage every student leader to use their strengths and talents to create change and be a part of this positive movement that advocates for racial equity and combats instances of violence against the Black community.
On March 6, 2021, the MASC Executive Board passed the following statement on Racial Injustice:
The Maryland Association of Student Councils vehemently condemns the surge of hate crimes and violence against the Asian American and Pacifica Islander (AAPI) community in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Amid a time of such sorrow and pain, more hate is not what our country needs. As an organization, we will stand firm against these acts of xenophobia, racism, and intolerance. We will continue to celebrate and uphold diversity, equity, and inclusion to the best of our ability. We will advocate against the harmful rhetoric and growing stigma around the AAPI community. We encourage all student leaders to spread awareness and change the narrative, to be a positive force against hate, and to stand in solidarity with the AAPI community.