With contributions from a wide array of scholars and activists, including leading Chicana feminists from the period, this groundbreaking anthology is the first collection of scholarly essays and testimonios that focuses on Chicana organizing, activism and leadership in the movement years. Faculty member Dionne Espinoza, director for the Center for the Study of Genders and Sexuality, will moderate the discussion.
There are all kinds of emergencies out there that we can prepare for. Take a zombie apocalypse for example. You may laugh now, but when it happens you’ll be happy you came to this workshop. Zombies aren’t the only thing to worry about. We have earthquakes, storms and power outages to think about, too. Join us to learn about staying safe during natural (and un-natural) disasters. We’ll be raffling off an emergency pack to one lucky winner.
The National & International Scholarships and Fellowships Program (NISFEP) invites you to part two of this workshop to learn how to write a strong personal statement. Pizza will be provided!
F-1 international students are invited to learn about Optional Practical Training (OPT) that will allow them to work in the U.S. after graduation. For more information, contact the International Office at (323) 343-3170.
Fight like a girl/femme! Join in this empowering self-defense workshop. Learn techniques to prepare and defend yourself. Contact the Gender and Resource Center, Second Floor, U-SU, for more information.
The ASI Legislative Affairs & Advocacy Committee (LAAC) is hosting this event to further engage with constituents and provide a space for students to artistically express themselves. Hoping to better understand the impact of the political environment on students and their art, the LAAC is inviting activist artists to engage in a dialogue about the current state of art and politics. For more information about the event and to find out how you can participate, visit the ASI website.