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Friday, June 19 | 11:30-1PM | Cross-Cultural Center ArtSpace
All staff and faculty are invited to attend a brownbag lunch with the Cross-Cultural Center and hear about the results of our 2008-2009 annual assessment. This  meeting will include a short powerpoint presentation followed by a discussion to get feedback and strategies for implementation. Bring a lunch, we will provide drinks and dessert.
To RSVP or for more information, please contact Lea Carland at lcarland@ucsd.edu  
The Cross-Cultural Center is located on the 2 Fl. of Price Center East. For more information call 858.534.9689 or email cccenter@ucsd.edu. To request reasonable accommodations necessary to enable your participation in any of our events, please call (858) 534-6744 or email
HR-ACCES (Accommodation Counseling and Consulting Services)
Requests must be made no later than two weeks before the event to ensure adequate time to arrange for the accommodation. 
Cross-Cultural Center Summer Hours
Starting June 15 the Cross-Cultural Center will be open from 9AM-4PM Monday - Friday.
Please note that we will be closed the following days:
  • Friday, June 12
  • Mon., June 29-Wed., July 1
  • Fri., July 3
  • Mon., Sept. 7
Beyond La Jolla: Community Events
Fri, JUNE 19, 7:30PM | Centro Cultural de la Raza
Documentary Screening: Race is the Place. Movies that Matter, the new documentary series at the Centro Cultural de la Raza screens Race is the Place, a no holds barred look at race, dialog and identity in the US, by spoken word artists and performers such as Kate Rigg, Ahmed Ahmed, Danny Hoch and James Luna. Guest artists to be announced. Doors at 7 pm, screening at 7:30 pm. $5 donation requested. More Info
Mon., JUNE 22, 7PM | Joyce Beers Community Center, 1220 Cleveland St., Hillcrest
Social Justice "Ice Cream" Social for Activists. Potluck Dinner at Joyce Beers Community Center 1220 Cleveland Street, Hillcrest, San Diego. Network and meet people from Marriage Equality, Single Payer, Immigration, Affordable Housing, Youth, anti-racism, labor, environmental and other social justice movements. Together to discuss collectively; "What can we do to raise the level of coordinated action and activism in San Diego?"  More info
What we're reading...
Dwelling on Sacred Ground 
- By Yelena Akopian, Senior Staff Writer,Kumeyaay.com
Mansions built atop ancient American-Indian burial grounds are the stuff of legends. But just off campus on Regents Road, that stereotype is more fact than fiction.

Sitting literally on top of an ancient American-Indian cemetery - UCSD's records show 29 human remains have been removed from the chancellor's historic residence over the past 80 years - the University House was declared unlivable in 2004 due to hazards and structural problems. Keep reading... 
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