CHANGE TOMORROW, GIVE TODAY
The Cross-Cultural Center has transformed the lives of many who walk through our doors. The success of UCSD students, staff, faculty and alumni has always been central to our work. Now we are asking you to support us.
Please consider donating to the Cross-Cultural Center for the 2009 UCSD United Way/CHAD Campaign. Your gift of any amount will make it possible for us to continue to make a difference for diversity at UCSD.
Be sure to enter our agency code: CCENTR
Go here to learn more and apply. 1. Campus Community Centers now hiring interns for 2009-2010.
Information about LGBT Resource Center Internships at lgbt.ucsd.edu
Information about Cross-Cultural Center internships at ccc.ucsd.edu
Applications due April 6.
2. Center for Progressive Leadership
The 2008 New Leaders Internship Program runs from June 8th to August 15th, and includes a paid Internship at a leading progressive organization in D.C., weekly trainings, mentoring and career coaching with progressive leaders, as well as a stipend of $3,750 for the summer, and housing assistance.
Applications are due on March 13th.
Applications due March 9th
3. IICAS Human Rights Student Fellowship
The Institute for International, Comparative and Area Studies (IICAS) is pleased to announce the 2nd annual student competition for human rights fellowships. Successful applicants for the 2009 UC Human Rights Fellowship will receive $3,500 for summer internships with a human rights organization.
Information and application instructions here.
4. Getty Institute Multicultural Undergrad Internship
Deadline: March 1, 2009
In order to increase diversity in professions related to museums and the visual arts, the Getty is offering summer internships at the Getty Center and the Getty Villa to undergraduates from culturally diverse backgrounds. Internships provide training and work experience in areas such as conservation, library collections, publications, museum education, curatorship, grants administration, public programs, site opera- tions, and information technology. Find out more.
CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL MOVEMENTS IN SAN DIEGO CLASS
LTWL 192 A00
Section ID: 654502
Mariscal, Jorge firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Cross Cultural Center Comunidad Room
Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, 11:00 a.m. to 11:50 a.m.
Seminar will meet April 6, 8, 10, 13, 15, 17, 20, 22, 24. The Cross Cultural Center is located in the Price Center East - 2nd floor.
An introduction to local activism in the San Diego region that promotes diverse progressive agendas. Students will read some social movement theory in preparation for direct dialogues with individual activists who will visit the seminar.
Collaboration with the UCSD Cross-Cultural Center.
Prerequisites: Upper division standing; department stamp and/or consent of instructor. Contact Dawn Blessman
to enroll in the seminar.
1. Horace Mann Scholarships, Deadline: March 12th. Info and app at the website
2. Unsung Heroes Program, Deadline: April 30th. Info and app the website
3. Hope Initiative, Deadline May 31. Info and application on the website.
"ARTABILITY" ART SHOW & RECEPTION
Sat., March 14 | 5:30-8:30PM | Cross-Cultural Center
The heart behind this art show is to challenge stereotypes about
disability and blur the lines between what culture calls "disabled" and "able-bodied" people. Through the unifying medium pf art we can come together and celebrate all human creativity. We will be featuring multi-media artwork from people with and without disabilities form all over San Diego.
Featuring free food, music and interactive art-making! All are welcome.
AN AFTERNOON AT THE BLACK WOMANHOOD EXHIBITION
Sat., April 11 | 9:30AM-3PM | San Diego Museum of Art / Balboa Park
SPACES, The Women's Center, The Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Resource Center, and The Cross-Cultural Center invite you to attend An Afternoon at the Black Womanhood Exhibition at the San Diego Museum of Art.
Sign-up no later than April 6th at the LGBT Resource Center, Cross-Cultural Center or Women's Center.
Download the form here or pick up a hard copy at any of the three centers. SPACE IS LIMITED!
This event is FREE to UCSD students and will include:
* Entrance into the San Diego Museum of Art and a tour of the Black Womanhood Exhibition
* Round-trip transportation between UCSD and San Diego Museum of Art
* Lunch at Balboa Park
COMMUNITY CENTERS STUDY JAM -- OPEN 24 HOURS FOR FINALS!
Come study (or take a study break) at the Campus Community Centers during finals week. We'll have lots of space for studying, food, coffee, and friends!
LGBT Resource Center
Open 24 hours: Sun. 3/15- Mon. 3/16
Open 24 hours: Mon. 3/16 - Tues. 3/17
Open 24 hours: Tues. 3/17 - Wed. 3/18
INTERESTED IN BEING A CCC INTERN? COME TO AN INFO SESSION!
Work for Social Justice. Work at the CCC! Now Hiring Interns for 2009-2010. Applications due April 6 at 4PM.
CCC Interns provide services, plan events, and engage in interactive learning for and about members of historically under-represented groups. Interested? Find out more at one of our upcoming info sessions.
- Tuesday, March 10 from 6-7pm at the CCC
- Thursday, April 2 from 1-2pm at the CCC
"IN OUR HANDS: ART INSPIRED BY THE VALUES OF CESAR CHAVEZ" CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
Submissions are being accepted until Monday, March 16.
The Cross-Cultural Center is seeking submissions for our
Chávez art show in honor of César Chávez month in April at UCSD.Chavez was a civil rights activist who fought for the rights of farm workers. Throughout his life, Chavez encouraged non-violence and self-determination. Find out more...
The Cross-Cultural Center is located on the 2 Fl. of Price Center East. For more information call 858.534.9689 or email email@example.com. To request reasonable accommodations necessary to enable your participation in any of our events, please call (858) 534-6744 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Requests must be made no later than two weeks before the event to ensure adequate time to arrange for the accommodation.
coming up at the Campus Community Centers...
EXPERIENCING A COUNTER NARRATIVE OF QUEER WOMEN OF COLOR
Wed., March 11 | 6-8PM | LGBT Resource Center
Curious to see what it's like to step into the life of people who happen to be women, queer, and also of color? How does their intersectionality affect their daily lives? Please tour the Resource Center on March 12th to glimpse into their lives. Your help will be needed to create a collective art piece at the end. See you there!
WOMEN'S CENTER BOOK CLUB
Tues., March 10 | 12-1PM | Women's Center, Student Center West, Bldg. 290
The next book club will meet in the small meeting room to discuss the latest pick, Surely You're Joking Mr. Feynman, by Richard P. Feynman. (This book will be available at the UCSD Bookstore at a discount). The group is open to new members at all times and is for anyone who loves to read.
Sponsored by the UCSD Bookstore and the Women's Center. For more information, please contact Jessica Chapin-Geipel at (858) 822-1479 or email@example.com
2009 TRANSGENDER LEADERSHIP SUMMIT
The 2009 conference theme is "Stonewall to Today: Building Powerful Transgender Communities". We recognize the importance of creating a space for transgender people and their allies to learn how to advocate for their communities through workshops, skill building, networking, and leadership development opportunities. The cost of this event is $25 and is open to individuals of all skill levels who are involved or interested in advancing civil rights for transgender people in California. No one will be turned away due to lack of funds. We look forward to seeing you there! Registration and more information is available here.
coming up in the community...
PROTEST DIVERSITY BUDGET CUTS!
Mon., March 16 | 10AM | Chancellor's Complex
Different programs and departments on campus have been getting budget cuts. Diversity spaces like OASIS (Office of Academic Support & Instructional Services) have been getting their funds cut at disproportionate rates compared to other spaces. Other spaces are at risk as well. Why is it that diversity initiatives are first on the list to get cut? Why does administration claim to put diversity first, yet cuts funds that help create diversity? Come show support for diversity initiatives, programs, departments, and spaces.
SDSU DIVERSITY CONFERENCE
Sat., April 25 | 9AM-3PM | SDSU
Participate in workshops that explore the fight against racism, discrimination and homophobia; Understand the unique needs of underrepresented and underserved students; Engage in discussions about how to manage and prevent incidents of gang wars, racial, and ethnic conflicts between black/brown students. Students, staff and faculty from all universities in San Diego area are encouraged to attend. Find out more... CONGO TEACH-IN LED BY DR. PAT WASHINGTON March 4 & 11 | 5-8PM | Malcolm X Library (5148 Market Street, San Diego, CA 92114)
Eastern Congo is caught in an epidemic of appalling sexual violence, as militias use rape as a military tactic to destroy communities and exert control over natural resources. Used as a weapon of war, sexual violence and rape exist on a scale seen nowhere else in the world. Often successful in its intent to destroy and exterminate, rape is causing the destruction of women, their families, and their communities. Congo's women are the backbone of Congolese society and are the country's best, brightest hope. Yet efforts to protect women and girls in the Congo are failing spectacularly. Each day that goes by without action, thousands more Congolese are displaced or killed and countless women and girls are raped. Enough is enough. We hope that you will join us. http://www.raisehopeforcongo.org
4th ANNUAL QUEER PEOPLE OF COLOR CONFERENCE
April 3 & 4 at UC Davis | qpocc.webs.com
The theme of this year's conference is "Building Communities through Art, Action, and Resistance." With this theme, one of our many goals includes finding alternate, new, fun, and exciting ways to resist societal norms that are imposed on LGBTQI communities of color, through embracing the arts, creation, action, and building community. We highly encourage workshop proposals that encompass such a theme- that break away from traditional ways of thinking and embrace somewhat unconventional, nonconformist ideals of community.