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CALLING ALLVisual Artists and Writers!
Are you a socially conscious artist? Are you looking for somewhere to showcase your most recent masterpiece? If so, The CCC would love to exhibit your work! We strive to showcase art that engages aspects of resistance, activism, identity development, and cultural storytelling. We are interested in all visual mediums: graffiti, photography, painting, word art, and poetry. If you have something you would like to share with the showcase please contact Bianca Harlow at email@example.com.
WORLD AIDS DAY
Wednesday | Dec. 1, 2010
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If you would like to contribute any 2D artwork for World AIDS Day, please submit them at the Cross-Cultural Center by Nov. 15
For more info. please contact Victor Betts at firstname.lastname@example.org or 858.534.9689. Thank you!
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The CCC will be closed on the following dates:
Friday, October 22, 2010 @ 3PM
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|Native American Identity, Gender, Sexuality, and Other Intersecting Identities
Wednesday | October 21 | Noon
Cross-Cultural Center Library
A lunch time reading circle hosted by the Cross-Cultural Center, the LGBT Resource Center, & the Women's Center focusing on Native American identity, gender, sexuality, and other intersecting identities.
Contact: Joseph Ruanto-Ramirez 858.534.9689 or email@example.com Click here
for more information!
|SDAFF Tix Giveaway: "The House of Suh"
RSVP your tix with Joseph at the Cross-Cultural Center. First come, first serve basis!
You will need to pick up your ticket at the actual location with Edwina Welch 20 minutes prior to showtime.
Film Title: The House Suh
Show Date: Tuesday, Oct. 26
Show Time: 7:15pm
For more info on the film visit www.sdaff.org
|"Reel Injun" Film Screening & Discussion
Thursday | October 21 | 12pm
Cross-Cultural Center Comunidad
Hollywood has made over 4,000 films about Native people; over 100 movies defining how Indians are seen by the world. "Reel Injun" takes entertaining and insightful look at the Hollywood Indian, exploring the portrayal of North American Natives through the history of cinema. View the trailer here!
For inquiries, please contact Victor Betts at 858.534.9689 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here for event info.
|The Post-Public University & Its Discontents
Thursday | October 21 | 3-5pm
Price Center East Forum, 4th Floor
The Post Public University and Its Discontents" is a 2010-2011 Working Group sponsored by the University of California Humanities Research Institute, created to provide intellectual leadership in developing ways to address the series of racist incidents on UC campuses, and more generally, the cultural devaluation of diversity in public education.
For more information, please contact the group organizers, Roshanak Kheshti (email@example.com) and Sora Han (firstname.lastname@example.org) or visit the website
|Breather Series: Yoga Workshop
Friday | October 22 | 12-1pm
Cross-Cultural Center Comunidad
Genevieve Kim of the La Jolla Yoga Center (www.lajollayogacenter.com
) will be facilitating a free Vinyasa yoga workshop. Vinyasa Yoga: Breath & movement are linked through a series of sun salutations and asanas in this energizing and vigorous class. This moving meditation will strengthen your body, ease your mind, & connect you with your internal rhythm. If you have a yoga mat, please bring it and wear comfortable clothing. We will have some yoga mats to lend. Please be on-time.
Limited FREE one week passes will be given to the early birds. Contact Violeta Gonzales for more information 858-534-9689, email@example.com
Friday - Sunday | October 22-24
Make this your UCSD family tradition! Invite your family back to UC San Diego for a weekend of exciting events! See National Comedy Theatre for $5, go to the Birch Aquarium, climb at the Outback Adventures Climbing Center, learn about getting into medical schools from actual medical students, and so much more! Registration now open! Prices increase October 8.
For more info click here!
|Snack Down Time! Open House
Saturday | October 23 | 2-4pm
Get to know the home away from home for many student organizations. Hang out with community friends and alumni to learn about getting involved and staying connected. Take a tour to enter raffle drawings. Bring your family and friends!
Snacks and fun provided!
For more information call 858.534.9689.
|Tom Hayden: Students & Social Action in the Age of Obama
Thursday | October 28 | 12-1pm
Dolores Huerta/Philip Vera Cruz Room
Tom Hayden was one of the best-known student activists of the 1960s, a founding member of Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), one of the Chicago 7, and both a CA state assemblyman and a CA state senator (1982-2000). He has taught courses at Pitzer College and Occidental College. He will deliver a talk entitled "Students and Social Action in the Age of Obama". Click here for event info!
|"Caramel" Film Screening
Friday | October 29 | 12-2pm
Cross-Cultural Center Comunidad
Caramel is the first feature film by Lebanese director/actress Nadine Labaki and was distributed in over 40 countries, easily becoming the most internationally acclaimed and exposed Lebanese film to date. The film made its debut in May of 2007 at the Cannes Film Festival.
Set in a hair salon in Beirut, Caramel narrates the intersecting lives of five different women, beautifully showcasing the themes of aging, family, duty, feminism, queer identity, virginity, sisterhoods, traditions, desires, and love (in all its forms). Throughout the journey, Caramel keeps an honest, yet joyful and tender tone. Come watch this internationally acclaimed and award-winning film!
For more info contact Hardeep at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Oppression of Our Identities:
Hate Crimes and Suicide
Wednesday| October 20 | 5-7pmLGBT Resource Center
We all have identities that are oppressed, and at the same time, without thinking, we oppress the identities of others. Dynamics of privilege and oppression lead to groups and individuals feeling devalued and at times worthless. Although each person is fundamentally valuable, oppression leads to incidences of hate, and, as can be seen through the five incidences currently in the news, can lead to suicide. What can we do to remedy this? How do we heal our communities? How do we make each individual understand theirs and others fundamental worth as human beings?
Come learn and discuss. Snack and refreshments will be provided. For questions, comments, or concerns, contact email@example.com
|LGBT Alumni Brunch
Saturday | October 23 | 11-1pmLGBT Resource Center
The UC San Diego LGBT Resource Center and the UCSD Alumni Association cordially invite you to attend the annual UCSD LGBT Alumni Champagne Brunch. We are proud to bring together the folks in our "family" who have been involved in the LGBT community and to welcome everyone back to campus for Family Weekend. We are celebrating 50 years at UC San Diego, and will be reflecting on the history of LGBT people on UC San Diego's campus since its founding!
Please register online: alumni.ucsd.edu/lgbtbrunch2010
For more info please visit: lgbt.ucsd.edu
CHAT with CAT
Women's Center | Mondays | 10-1pm
LGBT Resource Center | Wednesdays | 12-5pmCross-Cultural Center | Thursdays | 1-6pm
Dr. Cat Thompson is the Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) liaison to the Campus Community Centers.
She is housed at the Women's Center and spends five hours per week at each Community Center to facilitate seeing students and being in community. Please speak to community center staff if you are interested in setting up an individual counseling appointment with her. Otherwise, feel free to stop by and say "hi" as she is here to be of service to our community and would love to connect with you. For more information about her training and areas of clinical interest, please see the staff section at http://caps.ucsd.edu.