Race, Inequality, and Debt: 2018 UCI LAW REVIEW SYMPOSIUM

About the Symposium Race and debt are both American institutions but are rarely discussed in relation to one another. The 2018 UCI Law Review Symposium, organized by the School of Law’s Center on Law, Equality and Race (CLEAR), will bring together leading thinkers to discuss race, debt, inequality, and the law. The event will include […]

The 2018 Latin American Film Festival

McCormick Screening Room , United States

The Department of Spanish and Portuguese and the Latin American Studies Center are pleased to present a series of short films throughout the quarter. See full program in attached poster.  Each screening is followed by a discussion.

Latin American Studies in Motion

Frida Theatre Santa Ana, CA, United States

April-May, 2018 | Frida Theatre, 305 E 4th St #100, Santa Ana, 92701 Latin American Studies in Motion is a partnership between the UCI Latin American Studies Center and the Frida Cinema in Santa Ana. This collaboration provides the Santa Ana community access to filmmakers, artists, and scholars who visit UC Irvine.

Seminar on ‘Politicizing Wellness & Healing’ offered spring quarter

Ring Room, Cross Cultural Center , United States

This seminar examines the intersections of social and cultural identity with wellness, violence, and society, providing a forum for thinking about the physical, emotional, spiritual, psychological, and mental health dimensions of social and political violence and discrimination. It will also discuss ways of coping, modalities of healing, engaging in communal care and resiliency. For course […]

Screening of “Laberinto Yoéme ” (Mexico) Q&A with Director Sergi Pedro Ros and Producer Cesar Talamantes

McCormick Screening Room, HG 1070 , United States

April 4, 2018 | 5 p.m.- 7:00 p.m. | McCormick Screening Room, HG 1070 "Laberinto Yoéme" is a documentary on the hardships of the Yaqui Tribe of Sonora and their ancestral defense of land and life. Today, the Yaqui are in a decisive battle. Since 2010, Sonora's Government through the Independence Aqueduct has been illegally transferring […]

Cooking Classes – Apply Today!

ARC , United States

Do you struggle with cooking? FRESH is offering FREE cooking class series at the ARC in Spring. Apply today! I can cook something in one pot? What does it mean to sauté? If these are questions you don't know the answers to, make sure to apply to our ARC Cooking Classes! The classes will be offered as 1.3 P/NP class […]

Housing Justice: Law & Social Movements Colloquium 2017-18

The Law & Social Movements Colloquium will host a conversation about housing justice, which will touch upon the movements for: adequate and affordable housing; safety and dignity among those who are under-housed and homeless; public and government prioritization of housing needs; and democratic participation of individuals who are homeless in decisions that affect them. The […]

Beyond Pesticides’ 36th National Pesticide Forum, Organic Neighborhoods: For Healthy Children, Families, and Ecology

The Beckman Center of the National , United States

At the end of 2017, the City of Carlsbad, CA voted unanimously to adopt a policy prioritizing the use of organic and defined “least-toxic” pesticides to manage pest problems on city-owned and controlled property and public rights-of-way. Buoyed by a strong and growing coalition of  Non Toxic advocates fighting for a healthier environment for their children, pets, and […]

Climate Equity is Climate-Smart

Climate Equity is Climate-Smart Wednesday, April 18,  1PM ET / 10AM PT Climate Equity is Climate-Smart Wednesday, April 18,  1PM ET / 10AM PT   Climate change impacts all of us. However, low-income communities and communities of color are often hurt  first and worst. In these communities, climate change is a complicating environmental challenge stacked on top of histories […]

Food For Thought

UC Irvine's FRESH Basic Needs Hub & Blum Center present: Food for Thought. This is a three part event on Healthy Eating on a Budget, Cooking Demo, and Food Justice Panel. Join us for a three-part educational event focused on issues related to affordable and healthy nutrition. Refreshments will be provided. Event Lineup 4:00 pm […]

Resistance & Resilience Through Art

Pacific Ballroom D, UCI Student Center CA, United States

Resistnace & Resilience Through Art: Undocumented Communities coping in the Current Climate. This is a FREE event with refreshments provided.  Creativity, expression and community are being utilized as tools of resistance and resilience by undocumented individuals. In the midst of the current national crisis of immigration, the ability to imagine new worlds has been key […]

Law and Social Movements

UCI School of Law , United States

Law and Social Movements: Race, Place & Climate Change Join UCI Community Resilience Projects for a new seminar on law and social movements.   What: LAW 5681 Law and Social Movements: Race, Place & Climate Change Who: UCI Law and graduate* students When: Spring Semester 2019 (beginning January 9, 2019); Wednesdays, 3:45 – 5:45 pm Where: UCI Law School, classroom TBA Course […]

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