We cannot seek achievement for ourselves and forget about progress and prosperity
for our community...
Our ambitions must be broad enough to include the aspirations and needs of others, for their sakes and for our own.
Tickets will be distributed the night of the event at the theater with student ID. Event for CSUSM students only.Please arrive by 7pm.
First come / first serve but must RSVP at: http://bit.ly/BSCUSMOVIE
Why do racial events and tensions drive our school communities apart? How can they be used instead as teachable, community-building moments? As the ongoing surge in highly visible racial incidents impacts students differentially along racial lines, schools have a unique opportunity to deepen understanding of self and society as well as develop campus engagement. This interactive and challenging workshop explores how these headline stories relate to the impacts that diversity, power, privilege and oppression can have on students, faculty, staff, curriculum, community everyday campus interactions. We will explore U.S. institutional history, media messaging, and cultural habits that have led to where we are today. With raised awareness, we’ll develop new skills and habits for sustainable, effective personal and institutional transformation.
Date: Monday, March 25th
Time: 5pm & 7pm
Location: USU Ballroom