Social Justice Programs, Events, and Resources

Social Justice Events, Programs, and Resources (More to come)

 

Upcoming Events

Dr. Marvalene Hughes Leadership Conference                                Friday, 3/26th @ 2:00 - 6:00pm  The Dr. Marvalene Hughes Leadership Conference will focus on individual leadership skills that will help you discover and gain the knowledge to cultivate and shape your leadership style.  This virtual conference is FREE and OPEN TO ALL Stanislaus State and local Community College students.              Hosted By: Student Leadership and Development                                                                              Register by: Monday, March 15th at shubbard1@csustan.edu 

 

Programs

Acknowledging America's Past Atrocities                                          Monday 2/15th @ 2:00-3:00pm  Featured Speaker: Dr. Ivory A. Toldson will focus on the government's role in destroying Black lives - and how critically understanding past events will help us in combating systemic racism!  Please join us! Hosted By: Dr. Aletha M. Harven                                                                                                                  Register @ http://bit.ly/3jGcECD  

Black History Month                                                                          Wednesday 2/17th @ 1:00-1:30pm  This workshop explores strategies to improve dialogue and understanding across social divides.    Hosted By: Health Education and Promotion                                                                                                    Zoom: https://csustan.zoom.us/j/81614594617

Bridging Differences                                                                        Wednesday 2/17th @ 2:00-3:00pm   Fred Saffold, CEO & Founder of the True Black History Museum will join Black Student Union, Associated Students Incorporated & Warrior Cross Cultural Center to take Stan State on a journey through the African-American experience utilizing several artifacts from their collection: describing to the audience what they are looking at and reading, and why these artifacts have historic significance that impacts us all today.                                                                                                                                       Co-Hosted By: Associated Students Incorporated, Black Student Union, and the Warrior Cross Cultural Center                                                                                        Zoom: http://thecollege.fun/CSUSTANtrueblackhistory 

Warriors Get Involved: Religious & Cultural Organizations       Thursday 2/17th @ 1-3 & 5-7pm   Level up your college experience by joining us for Warriors Get Involved (WGI)! WGI is an opportunity to explore Stan State's student organizations via a virtual fair on WarriorHub. Meet organization members and officers while creating your own experience by customizing who you want to visit and when. Each day of the week will focus on one or two specific organization categories and a full menu of the week will be available for students to create their own experience as they see fit.                                                        Hosted By: Student Leadership & Development                                                                           Zoom: Registration Required 

 

Resources

https://www.csustan.edu/wccc/black-lives-matter-resources

https://blacklivesmatter.com/

https://library.csustan.edu/socialjustice/blm

https://library.csustan.edu/socialjustice/antiracism

Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man Videos 

#ScholarStrike resources 

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)

ACLU Podcast: At Liberty

https://www.poorpeoplescampaign.org/learn/

 

Other

Hell You Talmbout 

Stan State BSU Spotify Account 

Brandon Leake's POWERFUL Poetry About Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Jacob Blake...

Zoom: http://thecollege.fun/CSUSTANtrueblackhistory