Spring 2012 Events Listing
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NOW exhibiting in the CCC ArtSpace for April:
Cesar E. Chavez Celebration
In celebration of the life and achievements of César E. Chávez and in conjunction with the California State holiday.
Photos by Ricardo Garcia Trejo
|The Village presents:
The Tunnel of Oppression
April 24-25 | 6-8pm
|Denim Day of Awareness|
Wed | April 25 | 12-1:30pm
Dolores Huerta-Philip Vera Cruz Room, Old Student Center
Part of Sexual Assault
Visit sarc.ucsd.edu for more information
|California DREAM Act Application Now Available
AB131 allows for AB540 students to be eligible for state funds as of January, 2013. Students may use this Dream App to apply for State University Grant funds for Spring 2013 enrollment. The priority filing date is May 10, 2012. The Dream App will also be used for Cal Grant fund beginning January 1, 2013, for 2013-14 funding.
Visit the website for more information.
|Outside the Box Group|
Thursdays | 4:30-6pm
CCC Tranquility Room
An open dialogue and safe space for people of multiracial/multiethnic, mixed race to share personal experiences and be heard
For more info. contact
Dr. Cat Thompson firstname.lastname@example.org
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"I'm Christian, unless You're Gay"
By Jeannette Perez
In November of 2011 a blogger by the name of Dan Pearce wrote an article titled "I'm Christian , unless you're gay". In this article Pearce addresses how, no matter what religious background one may have, no religion teaches to hate others, but rather to love all.
He later addresses his readers, "the more you put your arm around those that you might naturally look down on, the more you will love yourself. And the more you love yourself, the less need you'll ever have to find fault or be better than others. - Read more
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|Coming Out & Loving Yourself
Tuesday | April 24 | 5pm
Coming out can be a scary thing and often times can be a bit confusing. With a community filled with many labels and sub-labels, finding yourself and where you fit in it, can be a bit challenging. Come join me in a discussion on the process and journey of coming out and how to continue to self-love, self-care, and self-discover during this challenging process. For more information, contact Jeannette at firstname.lastname@example.org.
LGBT RC Presents: Out and Proud Week at UC San Diego!
Sister Talks -Cancelled-
Wednesday | April 25 | 12-1pm
For more information please contact Joseph Ramirez at email@example.com.
|Hermanongs and the UFW w/ Prof. Guevarra
Friday | April 27 | 12pm
Dr. Rudy Guevarra presents the historical coalitions of Pilipino and Mexican laborers leading to the formation of the UFW and the push for social and economic justice. For more information please contact: Nancy Magpusao at firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit the website for more info.
View the flyer.
|Tales of the Waria Film Screening
Thursday | May 3 | 6pm
Following a community of transgender women who look for romance and intimacy in Indonesia, Tales of Waria is a film directed by Kathy Huang that discusses the lives of transgender women who live in the largest Muslim country. Although the western world views Islam as socially repressive, four Warias undergo a challenge to find romance, intimacy, and acceptance as they encounter many challenges to keep the ones they love. Come watch Tales of Waria and enjoy a bunch of munchies and drinks and discuss the film at the end!
Click here to view a trailer of the film.
Empire's Proxy: American Literature & U.S. Imperialism in the Philippines
Wednesday | May 9 | 2pm
Drawing on a wealth of material, including historical records, governmental documents from the War Department and the Bureau of Insular Affairs, curriculum guides, memoirs of American teachers in the Philippines, and 19th century literature, Meg Wesling not only links empire with education, but also demonstrates that the rearticulation of American literary studies through the imperial occupation in the Philippines served to actually define and strengthen the field. Empire's Proxy boldly argues that the practical and ideological work of colonial dominance figured into the emergence of the field of American literature, and that the consolidation of a canon of American literature was intertwined with the administrative and intellectual tasks of colonial management. View the flyer
Saturday | June 9 | 4-6pm
The Great Hall at ERC
Attention all graduating undergraduate and graduate students! Please join the UC San Diego LGBT community as we come together to honor the students who are graduating, our volunteers, our scholarship recipients and all who have impacted our community over the last year. The event serves as the formal induction of the graduates into the family of the UC San Diego LGBT Alumni. If you are graduating, contact Shaun Travers at email@example.com so you are on the list!