How are you doing as we head into finals week? Stop by, check-in, and set a plan for your finals week success. We’ll do a number of icebreakers and discussion circles to talk about our progress so far this quarter and academic year.
Come join the Chicana/o Latina/o Student Resource Center and the Dreamers Resource Center for poetry, spoken word, song, and narrations as we learn about what it means to be AB540/Dreamer and the impact immigration laws has had in our communities. Sign-ups begin at 11:30 am, first come first serve. A guest special performance by revolutionary poet, Matt Sedillo.
The Chicana/o and Latina/o community has suffered challenges with education attainment in the United States. Let’s talk about how we can address systemic and individual issues related to our community and K-12 and Higher Education.
Join us as we celebrate the powerful voices of womyn in an open mic night of free-flowing femininity and power. Students, faculty, and staff are invited to perform their spoken word pieces, poetry, monologues, etc. Sign-ups to participate begin on Thursday, February 11. Stop by the Gender & Sexuality Resource Center, 2nd floor, U-SU for information.