Rising Together, Thriving Together Conference 2021 ♥ ★

2021 Conference Theme Building Bridges: The Power of Us Presented by UCI Dream Scholars, UCI DREAM Center, S.A.F.I.R.E., &  Pre-Health Dreamers Saturday, May 8, 2021 10 AM - 3 PM REGISTER HERE This conference is open to the UCI community, including students, staff, and faculty. We also encourage prospective high school and community college students, campus and community educators [...]

Rising Together, Thriving Together Conference 2021 ♥ ★2021-04-28T08:45:56-07:00

Giving Day 2021 ♥ ★ ✚

UCI Office of Inclusive Excellence The Office of Inclusive Excellence drives the centralized planning and collaborates with partners to envision and attain UCI’s efforts on equity, diversity, and inclusion. We bring passion, strategic vision, diverse expertise, and commitment to ensure the fundamental connections between inclusive excellence and advancing the campus’ mission as a public research university [...]

Giving Day 2021 ♥ ★ ✚2021-04-22T12:36:34-07:00

Shakespeare and Black Life: Actor Jeremie Harris in Conversation with Jehbreal Jackson ’20 ♥ ★

Kirk Davis Jr. Public Shakespeare Lecture In this public conversation, Jeremie Harris will discuss his role as Claudio in New York Public Theatre’s 2019 production of Much Ado About Nothing, which featured an all-Black cast and was set in Atlanta during Stacy Abrams’ campaign for governor of Georgia. We will share clips from the production. Mr. [...]

Shakespeare and Black Life: Actor Jeremie Harris in Conversation with Jehbreal Jackson ’20 ♥ ★2021-04-01T11:07:16-07:00

The 1977 National Women’s Conference Watch Party and Discussion ♥ ★

The 1977 National Women's Conference Watch Party and Discussion Tuesday, April 20, 2021 8:00-9:30 p.m. REGISTER In 1977, 20,000 women and men from across the U.S. and the world gathered in Houston, Texas to define a national women's agenda. A team of students, alumni and faculty from CSU Sacramento, UC Irvine and UCSD have been [...]

The 1977 National Women’s Conference Watch Party and Discussion ♥ ★2021-04-15T12:23:13-07:00

Author Chang-rae Lee, “My Year Abroad” ♥

In conversation with Joseph Jeon. Come hear prize-winning novelist Chang-rae Lee read from and discuss his new novel My Year Abroad with CCKS director, Joseph Jeon. This event is free and open to the public, though registration is required. Chang-rae Lee is the author of six novels: Native Speaker (1995); A Gesture Life (1999); Aloft (2004); The Surrendered, which was a Finalist for [...]

Author Chang-rae Lee, “My Year Abroad” ♥2021-04-19T13:02:07-07:00

Diversity and Justice Speaker Series: “Antiracism and Health Equity: Exploring the Relationship between Exclusionary School Discipline Law and Politics, Negative Health Outcomes, and Lifelong Hardships for Students of Color” ♥ ✚

Diversity and Justice Speaker Series Professor Thalia González presents “Antiracism and Health Equity: Exploring the Relationship between Exclusionary School Discipline Law and Politics, Negative Health Outcomes, and Lifelong Hardships for Students of Color”   DATE Mon, 04/19/2021 - 1:00pm to 2:30pm LOCATION Zoom Webinar RSVP https://cls.soceco.uci.edu/webforms/rsvp-diversity-justice-thalia-gonzalez-research-talk   DETAILS The DJSS Committee is pleased to host Professor Thalia González [...]

Diversity and Justice Speaker Series: “Antiracism and Health Equity: Exploring the Relationship between Exclusionary School Discipline Law and Politics, Negative Health Outcomes, and Lifelong Hardships for Students of Color” ♥ ✚2021-04-13T17:10:47-07:00

Daunte Wright – A Death in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota ♥ ★ ✚

Dear campus community, Daunte Wright joins a lengthening and disheartening list of unarmed Black people who have been killed in police custody. The time and place may be different, but the conclusion is the same: another life is taken. This loss, like others, ripples through an ocean of grieving families, friends and communities. The survivors [...]

Daunte Wright – A Death in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota ♥ ★ ✚2021-04-16T12:37:29-07:00

Democratic Living in Fascist Time Undoing White supremacy and other lessons from Black feminist praxes ♥

Democratic Living in Fascist Time Undoing White supremacy and other lessons from Black feminist praxes DATE Fri, 04/16/2021 - 11:00am to 12:30pm LOCATION Zoom Webinar RSVP https://uci.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0kdeqgqTooGtK_pB2cD_fw0EyTk8cZU410  DETAILS H.L.T. Quan (She/Her), Ph.D. a political theorist, an award-winning filmmaker, and an Associate Professor in the School of Social Transformation at Arizona State University. Her research centers on movements for [...]

Democratic Living in Fascist Time Undoing White supremacy and other lessons from Black feminist praxes ♥2021-04-13T17:01:34-07:00

Politics of Language Speaker Series, featuring Dr. Talisha Haltiwanger Morrison ♥ ★ ✚

Join the Center for Excellence in Writing & Communication for the Spring quarter presentation of our Politics of Language Speaker Series, featuring Dr. Talisha Haltiwanger Morrison! Dr. Morrison’s talk will take place on Friday, April 16th from 10 am-11 am (Pacific Time). Registration for the event is required; access the Zoom registration at our Campus [...]

Politics of Language Speaker Series, featuring Dr. Talisha Haltiwanger Morrison ♥ ★ ✚2021-04-02T10:06:57-07:00

Cathy Park Hong in conversation with Professor Jerry Lee and Dr. SueJeanne Koh ♥ ★

Cathy Park Hong in conversation with Professor Jerry Lee and Dr. SueJeanne Koh About this Event Cathy Park Hong in conversation with Professor Jerry Lee and Dr. SueJeanne Koh In Minor Feelings: An Asian American Reckoning, poet and essayist Cathy Park Hong fearlessly and provocatively blends memoir, cultural criticism, and history to expose fresh truths [...]

Cathy Park Hong in conversation with Professor Jerry Lee and Dr. SueJeanne Koh ♥ ★2021-03-31T14:43:10-07:00
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