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Kuumba: Dance, Movement for Creativity

Kuumba (creativity) is the way we can make our community more beautiful than when we inherited it. When we try new things and new practices we evolve. Rooted in Pan-African culture, learning and dance represents and reinforces the best of what it means to be African. After a week of learning, join our community for some fun, energizing movement and dance on Saturdays at 11 am in RWC 126. Beginners are welcome and encouraged. Let’s create beauty, laughter, and innovation together. Space is limited to 20 students through Oct 2nd. Pre-registration is required. . Organization: UMOJA CENTER FOR PAN AFRICAN EXCELLENCE. Contact Email: umoja@humboldt.edu. Categories: Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Saturday, October 16, 2021, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Recreation & Wellness Center 126 - Fitness Studio.

Noche de Loteria

The Noche de Loteria (Loteria Night) is co-hosted by the Diverse Male Scholar Initiative and HSU RHA. This ia a safe, fun environment where students can come together, de-stress, and connect over a game of Loteria. Sensational prizes including DMSI merch, candy, and C-points! Organization: DIVERSE MALE SCHOLAR INITIATIVE, CLUB: RESIDENT HOUSING ASSOCIATION (RHA), CULTURAL CENTERS FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE, EL CENTRO ACADEMICO CULTURAL, ITEPP/NACAE, SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR, UMOJA CENTER FOR PAN AFRICAN EXCELLENCE. Contact Person: Benicio Benavides-Garb. Contact Email: bjb124@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Friday, October 22, 2021, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Student Activities Center 222 - Karshner Lounge.

Kuumba: Dance, Movement for Creativity

Kuumba (creativity) is the way we can make our community more beautiful than when we inherited it. When we try new things and new practices we evolve. Rooted in Pan-African culture, learning and dance represents and reinforces the best of what it means to be African. After a week of learning, join our community for some fun, energizing movement and dance on Saturdays at 11 am in RWC 126. Beginners are welcome and encouraged. Let’s create beauty, laughter, and innovation together. Space is limited to 20 students through Oct 2nd. Pre-registration is required. . Organization: UMOJA CENTER FOR PAN AFRICAN EXCELLENCE. Contact Email: umoja@humboldt.edu. Categories: Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Saturday, October 23, 2021, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Recreation & Wellness Center 126 - Fitness Studio.

Bayside Farm Tours

Come and tour the Bayside Farm with Oh SNAP, Umoja Center for Pan African Excellence, The Social Justice, Equity and Inclusion Center and the Sustainability office! Get a boxed lunch, learn some history, and sign up to learn how to grow food! To sign up for this event please use this link: https://forms.gle/ZRNi2oGUSd8yCn13A, Transportation from campus available, or meet at the Bayside Park Farm and Community Gardens, 930 Old Arcata Rd, Arcata, CA 95521. Vans will meet at: Library Circle, Vans will be leaving campus at: 1pm, Vans will be returning to campus at: 2:45pm. Organization: HEALTH EDUCATION, FM SUSTAINABILITY OFFICE, SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR, UMOJA CENTER FOR PAN AFRICAN EXCELLENCE. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar, SERIES: Basic Needs. Saturday, October 23, 2021, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM. Off Campus.

Eureka Chinatown Tour (in person)

More information about registration and location will be announced. This event is part of the Campus/Community Dialogue on Race, an annual event at HSU that invites students, staff, faculty, administrators, and community members to present and attend programs that relate to racial justice and its intersections with all forms of oppression and resistance. Please view view and respect the CDOR Zoom Guidelines. Event Title: Campus/Community Dialogue on Race Workshops. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR, ASIAN DESI PACIFIC ISLANDER CENTER, CRGS, EL CENTRO ACADEMICO CULTURAL, ENGLISH, ITEPP/NACAE, LIBRARY, OFFICE OF STUDENT LIFE, UMOJA CENTER FOR PAN AFRICAN EXCELLENCE. Contact Person: Martin Gordillo. Contact Email: mig18@humboldt.edu. Categories: Open To The Public, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Saturday, October 23, 2021, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM. Off Campus.

A Rickety Staircase

This is an experiential workshop where the facilitators will be outside in nature, where we will explore the connection and evolving relationship between our subjective physical experience and the political space using theater and somatic movement explorations and play. Facilitated by Playhouse Arts: Jackie Dandeneau and Laura Muñoz, , This event is part of the Campus/Community Dialogue on Race, an annual event at HSU that invites students, staff, faculty, administrators, and community members to present and attend programs that relate to racial justice and its intersections with all forms of oppression and resistance. Please view view and respect the CDOR Zoom Guidelines. Event Title: Campus/Community Dialogue on Race Workshops. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR, ASIAN DESI PACIFIC ISLANDER CENTER, CRGS, EL CENTRO ACADEMICO CULTURAL, ENGLISH, ITEPP/NACAE, LIBRARY, OFFICE OF STUDENT LIFE, UMOJA CENTER FOR PAN AFRICAN EXCELLENCE. Contact Person: Laura Muñoz. Contact Email: laura@arcataplayhouse.org. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Monday, October 25, 2021, 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM. Online.

Exploring Eureka's Chinatown

Join Director Katie from the Clarke Historical Museum in exploring the legacy of Eureka's historic Chinatown. This presentation takes viewers on a virtual "tour" of the historic site of Eureka's Chinatown to better understand why Chinese residents came to Eureka in the mid 1800s, the role they played in the community, the importance of Chinatown, the context for the removal of the Chinese residents in 1885, and the legacy that this forced removal continues to have. The presentation will also share ongoing progress made by the Eureka Chinatown Project to recognize the impact that the expulsion has had in order to build a stronger and more interconnected community. Facilitated by Katie Buesch, Clarke Historical Museum, , This event is part of the Campus/Community Dialogue on Race, an annual event at HSU that invites students, staff, faculty, administrators, and community members to present and attend programs that relate to racial justice and its intersections with all forms of oppression and… Event Title: Campus/Community Dialogue on Race Workshops. Organization: LIBRARY, ASIAN DESI PACIFIC ISLANDER CENTER, CRGS, EL CENTRO ACADEMICO CULTURAL, ENGLISH, ITEPP/NACAE, OFFICE OF STUDENT LIFE, SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR, UMOJA CENTER FOR PAN AFRICAN EXCELLENCE. Contact Person: Katie Buesch. Contact Email: caitlyn@clarkemuseum.org. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Monday, October 25, 2021, 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM. Online.

Featured Speaker: Dr. Lisa Nakamura

Moving from Intergenerational Trauma to Racial Solidarity in the Japanese American Community, Lisa Nakamura, Psy.D. is a clinical psychologist who has a history of being active within the Japanese American community, including helping organize pilgrimages to Tule Lake concentration camp. She has worked on immigrant rights issues in the Asian and Latinx community as well as doing solidarity work with the Muslim and South Asian community shortly after 9/11. Facilitated by Dr. Lisa Nakamura, , This event is part of the Campus/Community Dialogue on Race, an annual event at HSU that invites students, staff, faculty, administrators, and community members to present and attend programs that relate to racial justice and its intersections with all forms of oppression and resistance. Please view view and respect the CDOR Zoom Guidelines. Event Title: Campus/Community Dialogue on Race Workshops. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR, ASIAN DESI PACIFIC ISLANDER CENTER, CRGS, EL CENTRO ACADEMICO CULTURAL, ENGLISH, ITEPP/NACAE, LIBRARY, OFFICE OF STUDENT LIFE, UMOJA CENTER FOR PAN AFRICAN EXCELLENCE. Contact Person: akuyeki@gmail.com. Contact Email: Amy Uyeki. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Tuesday, October 26, 2021, 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM. Online.

El Leñador: HSU student newspaper

El Leñador is the award-winning English and Spanish HSU student newspaper. We cover news, stories, and experiences of diverse communities at HSU and in Humboldt County. We want to tell you about what we do and why news matters. We also want to hear from you and get story ideas about what you think is important. Facilitated by Karina Ramos, Alexandra Gonzalez, Steffi Puerto, , This event is part of the Campus/Community Dialogue on Race, an annual event at HSU that invites students, staff, faculty, administrators, and community members to present and attend programs that relate to racial justice and its intersections with all forms of oppression and resistance. Please view view and respect the CDOR Zoom Guidelines. Event Title: Campus/Community Dialogue on Race Workshops. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR, ASIAN DESI PACIFIC ISLANDER CENTER, CRGS, EL CENTRO ACADEMICO CULTURAL, ENGLISH, ITEPP/NACAE, LIBRARY, OFFICE OF STUDENT LIFE, UMOJA CENTER FOR PAN AFRICAN EXCELLENCE. Contact Person: Karina Ramos, Alexandra Gonzalez, Steffi Puerto. Contact Email: ssp38@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Tuesday, October 26, 2021, 11:00 AM – 11:45 AM. Online.

Being Dark as Praxis in Academia

Being Dark as Praxis: Making Kin with Academia, Drawing on the work of decolonial and feminist thinkers, Sylvia Wynter and Donna Haraway, this workshop explores Western and colonial knowledge systems and uncovers the some of the links between racial, gendered, and sexual belonging. Making kin with academia offers differential ways of knowing and imagination, and examines the overarching governing codes that have created, maintained, and normalized practices of exclusion. Facilitated by Rouhollah Aghasaleh, Humboldt State University, School of Education, , This event is part of the Campus/Community Dialogue on Race, an annual event at HSU that invites students, staff, faculty, administrators, and community members to present and attend programs that relate to racial justice and its intersections with all forms of oppression and resistance. Please view view and respect the CDOR Zoom Guidelines. Event Title: Campus/Community Dialogue on Race Workshops. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR, ASIAN DESI PACIFIC ISLANDER CENTER, CRGS, EL CENTRO ACADEMICO CULTURAL, ENGLISH, ITEPP/NACAE, LIBRARY, OFFICE OF STUDENT LIFE, UMOJA CENTER FOR PAN AFRICAN EXCELLENCE. Contact Person: Rouhollah Aghasaleh. Contact Email: aghasaleh@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Tuesday, October 26, 2021, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM. Online.

Why We Need Abolition

Why We Need Abolition: How The Carceral System Destroys Bodies of Color Perpetually, This workshop will explore the history of incarceration as it regards The United States' one-size-fits-all solution for masking systemic inequalities and generational trauma. We will explore the extended reach of the Prison Industrial Complex's evolution from slavery, indigenous genocide, WWII, and recent immigration imprisonment, and the confinement of bodies from different shores. Facilitated by Jazmin Delgado, Kory Lamberts, Mark Taylor, Jeremy Tiet, Kim Nguyen, , This event is part of the Campus/Community Dialogue on Race, an annual event at HSU that invites students, staff, faculty, administrators, and community members to present and attend programs that relate to racial justice and its intersections with all forms of oppression and resistance. Please view view and respect the CDOR Zoom Guidelines. Event Title: Campus/Community Dialogue on Race Workshops. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR, ASIAN DESI PACIFIC ISLANDER CENTER, CRGS, EL CENTRO ACADEMICO CULTURAL, ENGLISH, ITEPP/NACAE, LIBRARY, OFFICE OF STUDENT LIFE, UMOJA CENTER FOR PAN AFRICAN EXCELLENCE. Contact Person: Jazmin Delgado, Kory Lamberts, Mark Taylor, Jeremy Tiet, Kim Nguyen. Contact Email: jnd24@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Tuesday, October 26, 2021, 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM. Online.

Colorism Amongst BIPOC communities

Hands on workshop covering topics of anti-Blackness and colorism, especially as it pertains to BIPOC communities. Colorism and anti Blackness has been plaguing communities of color for decades and continues to pin us against each other. We can see the harm colorism plays within these communities through European beauty standards, how the media portrays our races and ethnicities. Representation and Media literacy play a huge role in the way communities of color see themselves and their success rates in life often times depend on positive pictures of themselves that aren't readily available. Information session, Break out rooms, Theater based activity and reflection. Facilitated by Mo HD and Lexxi Reid, , This event is part of the Campus/Community Dialogue on Race, an annual event at HSU that invites students, staff, faculty, administrators, and community members to present and attend programs that relate to racial justice and its intersections with all forms of oppression and resistance. Please… Event Title: Campus/Community Dialogue on Race Workshops. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR, ASIAN DESI PACIFIC ISLANDER CENTER, CRGS, EL CENTRO ACADEMICO CULTURAL, ENGLISH, ITEPP/NACAE, LIBRARY, OFFICE OF STUDENT LIFE, UMOJA CENTER FOR PAN AFRICAN EXCELLENCE. Contact Person: Mo HD, Lexxi Reid. Contact Email: Moniquedesir4@gmail.com. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Wednesday, October 27, 2021, 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM. Online.

Systemic Racism and Education

How is our K-12 education affected by systemic racism? Join Teach For America at this workshop to discuss how systemic racism affects schools in a number of ways. Facilitated by Katie Stephens-Rich, Teach For America, , This event is part of the Campus/Community Dialogue on Race, an annual event at HSU that invites students, staff, faculty, administrators, and community members to present and attend programs that relate to racial justice and its intersections with all forms of oppression and resistance. Please view view and respect the CDOR Zoom Guidelines. Event Title: Campus/Community Dialogue on Race Workshops. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR, ASIAN DESI PACIFIC ISLANDER CENTER, CRGS, EL CENTRO ACADEMICO CULTURAL, ENGLISH, ITEPP/NACAE, LIBRARY, OFFICE OF STUDENT LIFE, UMOJA CENTER FOR PAN AFRICAN EXCELLENCE. Contact Person: Katie Stephens-Rich, Teach for America. Contact Email: katie.stephens-rich@teachforamerica.org. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Wednesday, October 27, 2021, 3:30 PM – 4:15 PM. Online.

Anti-Racist Student & Faculty Organizing

Anti-Racist Student & Faculty Organizing: A Better Campus Community is Possible, Join us for an update on organizing from Students for Quality Education and CFA’s Council of Racial and Social Justice (CRSJ). This is CFA contract bargaining year--learn more about the new contract and how you can help us build power to guarantee a more equitable workplace! We’ll end by creating a collaborative poem to help recognize the connections between student and faculty struggles. Facilitated by Jonni Segura, Students for Quality Education (SQE); Marisol Ruíz-Gonzalez, Department of Education, CFA Treasurer; Cesar Abarca, Department of Social Work, Council of Racial and Social Justice (CRSJ); Andrea Delgado, Department of English, CFA Membership and Organizing Chair, , This event is part of the Campus/Community Dialogue on Race, an annual event at HSU that invites students, staff, faculty, administrators, and community members to present and attend programs that relate to racial justice and its intersections with… Event Title: Campus/Community Dialogue on Race Workshops. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR, ASIAN DESI PACIFIC ISLANDER CENTER, CRGS, EL CENTRO ACADEMICO CULTURAL, ENGLISH, ITEPP/NACAE, LIBRARY, OFFICE OF STUDENT LIFE, UMOJA CENTER FOR PAN AFRICAN EXCELLENCE. Contact Person: Jonni Segura, Marisol Ruíz-Gonzalez, Cesar Abarca, Andrea Delgado. Contact Email: ws46@humboldt.edu, mr1890@humboldt.edu, ca1129@humboldt.edu, ad284@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Wednesday, October 27, 2021, 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM. Online.

Black Liberation Through The Arts

In this workshop participants will review non mainstream Black Artists that have provided space and conversations around Black Liberation. Participants will then participate in a writing workshop to help harness their own liberations. Facilitated by Mo HD & Lexxi Reid, , This event is part of the Campus/Community Dialogue on Race, an annual event at HSU that invites students, staff, faculty, administrators, and community members to present and attend programs that relate to racial justice and its intersections with all forms of oppression and resistance. Please view view and respect the CDOR Zoom Guidelines. Event Title: Campus/Community Dialogue on Race Workshops. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR, ASIAN DESI PACIFIC ISLANDER CENTER, CRGS, EL CENTRO ACADEMICO CULTURAL, ENGLISH, ITEPP/NACAE, LIBRARY, OFFICE OF STUDENT LIFE, UMOJA CENTER FOR PAN AFRICAN EXCELLENCE. Contact Person: Mo HD, Lexxi Reid. Contact Email: Moniquedesir4@gmail.com. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Thursday, October 28, 2021, 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM. Online.

Whiteness Accountability Space

The Whiteness Accountability Space is a weekly Zoom meeting open to everyone and is intended to provide a space for White folks to process feelings around anti-blackness, police brutality, and systemic racism in order to move toward anti-racist action. These sessions are intended to encourage participants to stay connected to their feelings and their bodies as we discuss and share. This special CDOR session will focus on why the group exists, the goals for the group, our experiences and lessons learned. It is a session designed to inform people about the group, but more importantly, to critically examine this space (and other similar spaces). In a culture where whiteness is so often centered in so many spaces, do we need another? How can centering whiteness be an anti-racist action? What does white accountability look like when it is in service to racial justice and solidarity? These are not rhetorical questions. These are questions that bear scrutiny and thoughtful discussion. More info about … Event Title: Campus/Community Dialogue on Race Workshops. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR, ASIAN DESI PACIFIC ISLANDER CENTER, CRGS, EL CENTRO ACADEMICO CULTURAL, ENGLISH, ITEPP/NACAE, LIBRARY, OFFICE OF STUDENT LIFE, UMOJA CENTER FOR PAN AFRICAN EXCELLENCE. Contact Person: Tim Miller. Contact Email: tim.miller@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Thursday, October 28, 2021, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM. Online.

The State of the Black College Student

Post-Pandemic: Wake Up Black Brother, Black Sister, This workshop will engage black student leaders in critical conversations regarding their education, well-being, future career aspirations and ways to collectively support their communities. Student leaders will share personal stories regarding their experiences navigating a global pandemic. Facilitated by Dr. Phillip "Flapp" Cockrell Vice President for Campus Engagement, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Cleveland State University, Douglas Smith Coordinator for the Umoja Center for Pan African Student Excellence, HSU Student Leaders Asia Anderson, Janaee Sykes, Kory Lamberts, and Michael Gibson. , This event is part of the Campus/Community Dialogue on Race, an annual event at HSU that invites students, staff, faculty, administrators, and community members to present and attend programs that relate to racial justice and its intersections with all forms of oppression and resistance. Please view view and respect the CDOR Zoom Guidelines. Event Title: Campus/Community Dialogue on Race Workshops. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR, ASIAN DESI PACIFIC ISLANDER CENTER, CRGS, EL CENTRO ACADEMICO CULTURAL, ENGLISH, ITEPP/NACAE, LIBRARY, OFFICE OF STUDENT LIFE, UMOJA CENTER FOR PAN AFRICAN EXCELLENCE. Contact Person: Douglas Smith, Dr. Phillip "Flapp" Cockrell, HSU Student Leaders. Contact Email: umoja@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Thursday, October 28, 2021, 2:30 PM – 4:00 PM. Online.

Keynote Speaker: Hari Kondabolu

Hari Kondabolu will be our keynote speaker with generous support from CenterArts and Student Life. Hari Kondabolu is an American stand-up comic, actor, filmmaker, and podcast host. His comedy covers subjects such as race, inequity, and Indian stereotypes. Facilitated by Hari Kondabolu, , This event is part of the Campus/Community Dialogue on Race, an annual event at HSU that invites students, staff, faculty, administrators, and community members to present and attend programs that relate to racial justice and its intersections with all forms of oppression and resistance. Please view view and respect the CDOR Zoom Guidelines. Event Title: Campus/Community Dialogue on Race Workshops. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR, ASIAN DESI PACIFIC ISLANDER CENTER, CRGS, EL CENTRO ACADEMICO CULTURAL, ENGLISH, ITEPP/NACAE, LIBRARY, OFFICE OF STUDENT LIFE, UMOJA CENTER FOR PAN AFRICAN EXCELLENCE. Contact Person: fjh1@humboldt.edu. Contact Email: Frank Herrera. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Thursday, October 28, 2021, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM. Online.

Raising Black & Brown Bodies While White

This session invites white, multiracial, and BIPOC identities to talk mixed/blended and adoptive families and the struggles of raising Black & Brown bodies while white. This session will review white supremacy culture, the white gaze and inherently anti-black concepts woven into our society, and the ways these things cause harm for Black and Brown children. Participants will leave with tips for navigating race conversations, diversifying their outlooks and a resource list for personal anti racist work. , This event is part of the Campus/Community Dialogue on Race, an annual event at HSU that invites students, staff, faculty, administrators, and community members to present and attend programs that relate to racial justice and its intersections with all forms of oppression and resistance. Please view view and respect the CDOR Zoom Guidelines. Event Title: Campus/Community Dialogue on Race Workshops. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR, ASIAN DESI PACIFIC ISLANDER CENTER, CRGS, EL CENTRO ACADEMICO CULTURAL, ENGLISH, ITEPP/NACAE, LIBRARY, OFFICE OF STUDENT LIFE, UMOJA CENTER FOR PAN AFRICAN EXCELLENCE. Contact Person: Mo HD, Lexxi Reid. Contact Email: Moniquedesir4@gmail.com. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Friday, October 29, 2021, 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM. Online.

Unspoken Conversations: Queerness Within

Film Screening of award winning short films, "Bakla" by Brandon English and PBS 2020 Juried Winner "In the Family" by Drama del Rosario are exploring the dynamics of being Queer within the Filipinx Family Dynamic.   This event is part of the Campus/Community Dialogue on Race, an annual event at HSU that invites students, staff, faculty, administrators, and community members to present and attend programs that relate to racial justice and its intersections with all forms of oppression and resistance. Please view view and respect the CDOR Zoom Guidelines. Event Title: Campus/Community Dialogue on Race Workshops. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR, ASIAN DESI PACIFIC ISLANDER CENTER, CRGS, EL CENTRO ACADEMICO CULTURAL, ENGLISH, ITEPP/NACAE, LIBRARY, OFFICE OF STUDENT LIFE, UMOJA CENTER FOR PAN AFRICAN EXCELLENCE. Contact Person: Ana Bernal. Contact Email: ayb11@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Friday, October 29, 2021, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM. Online.

History of TRiO

History of TRiO and it’s Transformational Impact on Higher Education, Overview of History of TRiO Programs and how they increased and continue to increase access to education for traditionally underrepresented students in postsecondary education. Presenters will focus on the implementation of the Higher Education Act in preparation for the November 8 National First Generation College Celebration, Facilitated by Gema Quiroz-Torres, TRiO Upward Bound Liz Silver, Educational Opportunity Program & TRiO Student Support Services, , This event is part of the Campus/Community Dialogue on Race, an annual event at HSU that invites students, staff, faculty, administrators, and community members to present and attend programs that relate to racial justice and its intersections with all forms of oppression and resistance. Please view view and respect the CDOR Zoom Guidelines. Event Title: Campus/Community Dialogue on Race Workshops. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR, ASIAN DESI PACIFIC ISLANDER CENTER, CRGS, EL CENTRO ACADEMICO CULTURAL, ENGLISH, ITEPP/NACAE, LIBRARY, OFFICE OF STUDENT LIFE, UMOJA CENTER FOR PAN AFRICAN EXCELLENCE. Contact Person: Gema Quiroz Torres, Liz Silver. Contact Email: gq4@humboldt.edu. Categories: Open To The Public, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Friday, October 29, 2021, 2:00 PM – 2:45 PM. Online.

Kuumba: Dance, Movement for Creativity

Kuumba (creativity) is the way we can make our community more beautiful than when we inherited it. When we try new things and new practices we evolve. Rooted in Pan-African culture, learning and dance represents and reinforces the best of what it means to be African. After a week of learning, join our community for some fun, energizing movement and dance on Saturdays at 11 am in RWC 126. Beginners are welcome and encouraged. Let’s create beauty, laughter, and innovation together. Space is limited to 20 students through Oct 2nd. Pre-registration is required. . Organization: UMOJA CENTER FOR PAN AFRICAN EXCELLENCE. Contact Email: umoja@humboldt.edu. Categories: Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Saturday, October 30, 2021, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Recreation & Wellness Center 126 - Fitness Studio.

Kuumba: Dance, Movement for Creativity

Kuumba (creativity) is the way we can make our community more beautiful than when we inherited it. When we try new things and new practices we evolve. Rooted in Pan-African culture, learning and dance represents and reinforces the best of what it means to be African. After a week of learning, join our community for some fun, energizing movement and dance on Saturdays at 11 am in RWC 126. Beginners are welcome and encouraged. Let’s create beauty, laughter, and innovation together. Space is limited to 20 students through Oct 2nd. Pre-registration is required. . Organization: UMOJA CENTER FOR PAN AFRICAN EXCELLENCE. Contact Email: umoja@humboldt.edu. Categories: Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Saturday, November 6, 2021, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Recreation & Wellness Center 126 - Fitness Studio.

Kuumba: Dance, Movement for Creativity

Kuumba (creativity) is the way we can make our community more beautiful than when we inherited it. When we try new things and new practices we evolve. Rooted in Pan-African culture, learning and dance represents and reinforces the best of what it means to be African. After a week of learning, join our community for some fun, energizing movement and dance on Saturdays at 11 am in RWC 126. Beginners are welcome and encouraged. Let’s create beauty, laughter, and innovation together. Space is limited to 20 students through Oct 2nd. Pre-registration is required. . Organization: UMOJA CENTER FOR PAN AFRICAN EXCELLENCE. Contact Email: umoja@humboldt.edu. Categories: Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Saturday, November 13, 2021, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Recreation & Wellness Center 126 - Fitness Studio.

Kuumba: Dance, Movement for Creativity

Kuumba (creativity) is the way we can make our community more beautiful than when we inherited it. When we try new things and new practices we evolve. Rooted in Pan-African culture, learning and dance represents and reinforces the best of what it means to be African. After a week of learning, join our community for some fun, energizing movement and dance on Saturdays at 11 am in RWC 126. Beginners are welcome and encouraged. Let’s create beauty, laughter, and innovation together. Space is limited to 20 students through Oct 2nd. Pre-registration is required. . Organization: UMOJA CENTER FOR PAN AFRICAN EXCELLENCE. Contact Email: umoja@humboldt.edu. Categories: Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Saturday, November 20, 2021, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Recreation & Wellness Center 126 - Fitness Studio.

Kuumba: Dance, Movement for Creativity

Kuumba (creativity) is the way we can make our community more beautiful than when we inherited it. When we try new things and new practices we evolve. Rooted in Pan-African culture, learning and dance represents and reinforces the best of what it means to be African. After a week of learning, join our community for some fun, energizing movement and dance on Saturdays at 11 am in RWC 126. Beginners are welcome and encouraged. Let’s create beauty, laughter, and innovation together. Space is limited to 20 students through Oct 2nd. Pre-registration is required. . Organization: UMOJA CENTER FOR PAN AFRICAN EXCELLENCE. Contact Email: umoja@humboldt.edu. Categories: Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Saturday, November 27, 2021, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Recreation & Wellness Center 126 - Fitness Studio.

Kuumba: Dance, Movement for Creativity

Kuumba (creativity) is the way we can make our community more beautiful than when we inherited it. When we try new things and new practices we evolve. Rooted in Pan-African culture, learning and dance represents and reinforces the best of what it means to be African. After a week of learning, join our community for some fun, energizing movement and dance on Saturdays at 11 am in RWC 126. Beginners are welcome and encouraged. Let’s create beauty, laughter, and innovation together. Space is limited to 20 students through Oct 2nd. Pre-registration is required. . Organization: UMOJA CENTER FOR PAN AFRICAN EXCELLENCE. Contact Email: umoja@humboldt.edu. Categories: Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Saturday, December 4, 2021, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Recreation & Wellness Center 126 - Fitness Studio.