UCI Community Resilience Co-Lab and friends present an afternoon exploring the relationship between your environment and your community, race and place, ‘hood stories and global climate change. Featuring special guests director Josh Healey and lead actor Reyna Amaya from The North Pole Show.
Wednesday, May 9, 2018
Viewing/ Discussion Panel: 12:00 – 2:00 pm
Location: Cross-Cultural Center, Dr. White Room
Screening and Discussion of “The North Pole Show,” a satirical web series that takes on these issues in North Oakland.
Lunch provided at 11:45 AM for the first 50 RSVPs. RSVP here: http://communityresilience.uci.edu/northpole/
“Make It Fresh” Workshop: 3:00 – 4:30 pm
Location: Cross-Cultural Center, Ring Room
“Make It Fresh” Spoken Word & Writing Workshop — Join fellow students and community advocates for a spoken word and writing workshop on comedy and creative storytelling for social justice. Facilitated by Josh and Reyna.
Make sure you get a lunch by remembering to RSVP.
This event is co-sponsored by the UCI Community Resilience Projects together with the Africana Institute for Creation, Recognition, and Elevation; Center for Black Cultures, Resources, and Research; Cross-Cultural Center; DREAM Center; FRESH Hub; Global Sustainability Resource Center; and the Student Housing Sustainability Program. The Community Resilience student fellows have convened this event with support from the UC Carbon Neutrality Initiative Fellowship Program.
Coming from off campus?
The event takes place at the UC Irvine Cross-Cultural Center, located at 106 Gateway, Irvine, CA 92697. The Center is across from the UCI Student Center. Please use map.uci.edu for directions. The event is free and open to the public. However, please be aware that parking a car on campus costs $10 per vehicle. If you need to park, choose the Student Center Parking Structure.
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