The purpose of this program is to introduce students to the history behind the stonewall riots of the 1960s. It will begin with a brief historical presentation about the Stonewall riots and what they mean for the LGBT Community and the civil rights movement. This will lead into a discussion on the intersectionality of homophobia, racism, classicism and how they relate this incident. Finally we ...
The program's focus is on social justice, more specifically, educating residents about the diverse community they are now apart of. Our aim is to recognize the identities they hold, as well as the identities of those around them. A big focus is for residents to realize that differences do not necessarily result in conflict, but that community can be built within diversity.
Because this is a ...
Learn more about what kind of learner you are and how you connect in a community.
A poster depicting 8 cultural identifiers and asking students to reflect on the following questions:
How do you identify within each of these 8 cultural components?
How do each of these components and their intersections contribute to your identity?
Which of these means the most to you?
For which of these do you belong to a culturally dominant group?
For which of these do you belong to a t...
A celebration of each students journey to college including a deeper look at their most salient identities and the struggles they've overcome in getting to college.
Students discussed the importance of their several identities and how each of their identities get along together. It allowed for residents to bond with roommates and floor-mates by introducing each other and identifying what identities their shared and which identities countered each other.
Welcome Week is full of activities that provide new residents with a lot of information about campus life, residential life, involvement with clubs, orgs and Greek life, and everything in between. UCR is going to come at them full force, whether they feel prepared for all of the information coming their way or not.
This activity is going to allow residents to empty their minds for a few mome...
I will be showing the film Kumare as a primer to a discussion on a persons personal journey and how a persons identity shifts as life happens.
Stevenson College students and staff would like to give a special welcome to all LGBTQIA students and their allies. The event will include social mixer activities, Q&A with current students and staff, and presentation of campus resources. Note: this event is open to all and students will NOT be asked to share their personal identities as part of this event.
Stevenson College students and staff would like to give a special welcome to all students of color and their allies. The event will include social mixer activities, Q&A with current students and staff, and presentation of campus resources. Note: this event is open to all and students will NOT be asked to share their personal identities as part of this event.
Created a poster with the Gender Bread Person and the spectrum of identities.
Activity centered around acknowledgement of the pieces that make up our identity, some of which are the same or different from others in our community. Debriefing about how it feels to step forward in a circle among peers to acknowledge these identities. Builds trust within a community.
For this program, residents from Building B Floor 2 will be able to engage in an identity exploration journey. Residents will take a "true colors" test and they will be able to identify charastrertic traits that they embody. Residents who take the identity test will be rewarded with croissants and other snacks(:
Resident will be able to come and learn how to do a variety of different braids. No long hair? No problem! Yarn, rubber bands, and diagrams will be provided.
I will bring a poster to my end of the year closing meeting to have my residents sign saying what they have loved most about living in Building 8, what they have learned about themselves, and what types of relationships they have made with the people they have lived with this year.
Posters with tips for interviewing for jobs and internships.
Write a letter to yourself describing your goals for the coming year, and what you want to work on to achieve them. This can be in the place of traditional "new year's resolutions", then put this letter away and don't open it until the same time next year and see if you have moved towards accomplishing your goals.
College Ten's Expressive Arts for Social Justice class is hosting a free art show. Come see various mediums of art, live performances and spoken word, while learning about a variety of social justice issues.
The 2nd volume of the Porter-Kresge Zine! Porter and Kresge students submitted poetry, prose, art and more! This zine's theme is "society."
Love is diverse and it's always the time to celebrate it! Bring your friends, partner, or anyone else to the Stevenson Silverman Conference Room to enjoy snacks, crafts, and dialogue about exploring various relationships!