Anti-Blackness: Difficult Dialogues Series | “We Charge Genocide!” The Mental and Physical Tolls of Racial Battle Fatigue among Black People ♥ ✚

Join the UC Irvine School of Social Sciences Office of Faculty Development and Diversity for Anti-Blackness: Difficult Dialogues Series "We Charge Genocide!" The Mental and Physical Tolls of Racial Battle Fatigue among Black People featuring William A. Smith, Professor and Department Chair, Education, Culture and Society, University of Utah Wednesday, March 31, 2021 12:00-1:30 p.m. [...]

Anti-Blackness: Difficult Dialogues Series | “We Charge Genocide!” The Mental and Physical Tolls of Racial Battle Fatigue among Black People ♥ ✚2021-03-25T02:07:50-07:00

The LA Chinatown massacre podcast series – “Blood On Gold Mountain” ★ ✚

The LA Chinatown massacre podcast series – “Blood On Gold Mountain” March 24 - August 31 Listen: https://www.scrippscollege.edu/events/venue/online-podcast  This multi-episode podcast series about the 1871 LA Chinatown massacre commemorates the worst mass race lynching on the West Coast, when at least 20 Chinese immigrants were killed in one night by a crowd of about 500 [...]

The LA Chinatown massacre podcast series – “Blood On Gold Mountain” ★ ✚2021-03-31T14:22:08-07:00

Conversations for Change: On Improving the Racial Climate at UCI – Part Two featuring Pure Praxis ♥ ★ ✚

Conversations for Change: On Improving the Racial Climate at UCI - Part Two featuring Pure Praxis The Staff Assembly Special Committee on Campus Culture is pleased to invite the UCI community to join us for Part II of the Conversations for Change: On Improving the Racial Climate at UCI series! Join us on ONE of the dates below [...]

Conversations for Change: On Improving the Racial Climate at UCI – Part Two featuring Pure Praxis ♥ ★ ✚2021-03-15T09:14:35-07:00

« Home Page VOICE at UCI: Photo Exhibition and Presentation on COVID-19 and the Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities ♥ ✚

VOICE at UCI: Photo Exhibition and Presentation on COVID-19 and the Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities Department: Humanities Center Date and Time: March 17, 2021 | 5:00 PM-6:00 PM Event Location: Zoom Event Details Join us as UCI students present a photovoice exhibition called VOICE (Visualizing Our Identities and Culture for Empowerment) on the impact of COVID-19 [...]

« Home Page VOICE at UCI: Photo Exhibition and Presentation on COVID-19 and the Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities ♥ ✚2021-03-15T13:26:14-07:00

A Message from Chancellor Gillman | UCI’s Commitment to Inclusion and Equity ♥ ✚

Yesterday a young white man killed eight women in three separate attacks in the Atlanta area. Six of the eight victims were Asian. There has been a long series of attacks on Asians and Asian-Americans across the nation in recent months, fueled by anti-Chinese political rhetoric during the pandemic and emblematic of long-standing discrimination that [...]

A Message from Chancellor Gillman | UCI’s Commitment to Inclusion and Equity ♥ ✚2021-03-17T14:12:06-07:00

Conversations for Change: On Improving the Racial Climate at UCI – Part Two featuring Pure Praxis ♥ ★ ✚

Conversations for Change: On Improving the Racial Climate at UCI - Part Two featuring Pure Praxis The Staff Assembly Special Committee on Campus Culture is pleased to invite the UCI community to join us for Part II of the Conversations for Change: On Improving the Racial Climate at UCI series! Join us on ONE of the dates below [...]

Conversations for Change: On Improving the Racial Climate at UCI – Part Two featuring Pure Praxis ♥ ★ ✚2021-03-15T09:13:14-07:00

Therapy Pet Thursday ✚

Therapy Pet Thursday 4:00 - 4:45 PM Feb. 11  |  Feb. 25  |  Mar. 11th Join Doug and Natalie for casual conversation and cute pets. Bring your pet and introduce them! Don't have one? No Worries! All are welcome to drop in. RSVP at the link below, and we will send you the Zoom link [...]

Therapy Pet Thursday ✚2021-02-03T08:53:01-08:00

LA TIMES | L.A. is primed for disaster, but COVID-19 took it to another level ♥ ✚

L.A. is primed for disaster, but COVID-19 took it to another level Denise Martinez of Costa Mesa kneels in prayer in front of the closed Huntington Beach Pier in April.(Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times) LA Times | March 11, 2021 “It’s the horrendous loss of life, the horrendous loss of livelihood, [...]

LA TIMES | L.A. is primed for disaster, but COVID-19 took it to another level ♥ ✚2021-03-11T14:03:54-08:00

Tea Talk: Explore Pu’er Tea with Author Lisa See and Chef Jessica VanRoo ♥ ✚

“The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane” by #1 New York Times bestselling author Lisa See is a moving story about tradition, tea farming.... About this Event “The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane” by #1 New York Times bestselling author Lisa See is a moving story about tradition, tea farming, and the enduring connection between mothers [...]

Tea Talk: Explore Pu’er Tea with Author Lisa See and Chef Jessica VanRoo ♥ ✚2021-03-02T12:52:17-08:00

Faculty Equity in a Time of COVID ✚

Please join us during Women's History month for one or more of the events below in celebration of 20 years of NSF ADVANCE and 30 years of the NSF Division of Human Resource Development. You need to register in advance for the webinar.  We plan on recording these seminars and panels and hope to make them available to those who cannot attend [...]

Faculty Equity in a Time of COVID ✚2021-03-09T08:27:52-08:00
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