The Decolonize Media Collective (DMC) is a student of color (and allies) collective dedicated to promoting domestic and international social justice struggles through media. We view media as a critical site of struggle over issues of race, identity, class, gender and power. The group will focus on a range of media justice activities, including but not limited to conducting radio interviews with artists, activists, and educators through a local radio program, conducting media awareness workshops for local youth, and host multiple film screenings and panels. The goal of the group is to inspire dialogue with Hampshire and the larger Five College community around issues of race, identity and power through the media.
At the Writing Center :) :)
Building Resilience Together – an 8-week class for students of color and international students where resilience is not only seen as an individual trait or characteristic, but the capacity of one’s community to support each other in the face of oppression. Find out more + let us know you’re interested by visiting http://bit.ly/brt16 (CEL 1 or 2 available for participating!)
Take a break from studying and join Dre for Uno, Bananagrams, Scrabble or Taboo! FREE FOOD
Every Tuesday Dre will be at the dining commons eating lunch! This is a great time to chat with her about the latest TV shows, talk self-care, ask questions or just to check-in about how life at Hampshire.
Supports Indigenous and Native American students.
Join us in celebrating the amazing work of OC Gorman, the CC's first Assistant Director! Lots of food and express your gratitude before she leaves campus!
This is a chance for any SOURCE members who are interested in collaborating on a permanent campus mural to come together and meet for the first time! We will be brainstorming image ideas, possibilities for collaboration, and coming up with words and images that convey resilience. This is a closed space for the SOURCE community!