This month we'll be screening the movie "Beasts of No Nation", a movie based on the novel by Uzodinma Iweala. Dialogue will follow and there will be food provided.
International students, come to the CC for a cozy night watching the TV series "Fresh Off The Boat", while having a helpful and informative session on races and race issues that International Students have experienced here in the U.S.! Dinner will be provided!
This event is exclusively for self-identified International Students only. Please let us know your questions/ concerns (if any) by emailing: O.C. (rgSA@hampshire.edu), Xingying (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Panda (email@example.com).
A meet and greet lunch with Nation Hip Hop artist Supaman.
As a member of the “Apsaalooke Nation”, Supaman makes his home on the Crow reservation in Montana. The name “Supaman” hardly describes Christian Takes Gun Parrish, a humble Native American dancer and hip hop artist who has dedicated his life to empowering youth and educating listeners with a message of hope through culture and music.
This knowledge was adapted after facilitating several workshops facilitated in the US and Latin America America. The main objective of this workshop is to empower people to share knowledge on holistic medicine and take control of their bodies and cycles. Know Yoâ€™ Self is an interactive workshops that aims to introduce people to the importance of looking at our bodies and communities as a powerful whole. The workshop covers a great array of topics and it draws from different disciplines, some of the topics are Abuelita Knowledge, decolonial and medicinal food, D.I.Y self-care, LGBTQ sex education, 101 herb work, reclaiming our bodies, decolonial and feminist anatomy, eco-menstruation, transnational reproductive justice and much more! Come ready to drink herbal teas, play with textiles and make a personalized herbal mix.
This mixer is a closed event, open only to the SOURCE community.
Questions, comments, or concerns can be directed at Mia Pan (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Miguel Santiago (email@example.com)
Traditions start at sometime, and this is our time to start a new one. The Semesterly Source Sunday Dinner is a time for the SOURCE community to share conversation and good food. The first, of many, this event will take place on November 22 at the Cultural Center starting at 18:00 and ending at 20:45.
In order to participate in the event, individuals should bring food. Multiple individuals can bring one dish, if it is a labour intensive or there's a lot of food. The Cultural Center will be open at it normal hours, between 4-6, which is time that people will be able to use the Cultural Center’s kitchen for. A schedule for using the oven will be available for people to use to make sure that their are no conflicts.
Group activities such as movie watching/video gaming and which board games to play can be suggested and voted on the Facebook page and during the event.
What is state violence, and how is it experienced by Black women, girls, and gender nonconforming people? Join accomplished civil rights attorney Andrea Ritchie for a discussion of black women's experiences with policing.
Numerous Black women have been killed by or after encounters with police in 2015 alone, yet Black women have been erased from the national conversation on police killings. What is state violence, and how is it experienced by Black women, girls, and gender nonconforming people? Join accomplished civil rights attorney Andrea Ritchie for a discussion of policing, racial profiling, and the erasure of Black women’s narratives of state violence.
Co-sponsored by the Office of the President, Office for Diversity & Multicultural Education, Center for Feminisms, Cultural Center, and Feminist Studies.
Andrea's talk will be followed by a dinner for Hampshire students, staff, and faculty of color. Hampshire community members of color are invited to RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by Oct. 29th.
Study Abroad Interest Meeting for Students of Color: Come to the CC to learn about Study Abroad options, to chat with students who have gone abroad, and to enjoy some food and an international movie. Part of an extensive initiative to provide resources and make Study Abroad more accessible and feasible for Students of Color.
We will be baking cakes and having an all night study session in the Cultural Center. Come by to catch up on work or to get ahead on work for break.