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Office of Equity, Social Justice and
Multicultural Education

April is Multicultural Communications Awareness Month — Let’s Talk, Let’s really talk!

De Anza: Remembering
Trayvon Martin

Thursday, April 12, 2012
11:00 a.m.– 3:30 p.m.
See program for locations

Download event program for complete details.

Overview of Program Events

11:15 – 11:20 a.m. Hoodie Flash Mob Location Change Cafeteria Dining Room. Bring your 8 ½ x11 sign or come early and make one!

11:20 – 11:50 a.m. Open Mic/Spoken Word on Location Change Hinson Campus Center, Conference Rooms A&B.

12:00 – 1:20 p.m. Community Conversation in Hinson Campus Center Conference Rooms A&B. Participate in a compassionate dialogue on what we can learn from Trayvon, and how we can HEAL the wounds of oppression and violence in our communities. A special presentation on Compassionate Communication led by Edmundo Norte will precede student facilitated small group dialogue. Support by Donna Stasio and student facilitators.


1:30 – 3:30 p.m. Using the Cultures of the Valley to Strengthen and Sustain Us Hinson Campus Center, Conference Rooms A&B.
Join us for a panel discussion and performance by Elisa Marina Alvarado, Artistic Director of Teatro Visión, and P.J. Hirabayashi, Artistic Director Emeritus, San Jose, Co-founder of San Jose Taiko and Founder of Taiko Peace.

De Anza Remembering Trayvon Martin


Please Wear Your Hoodie All Day!

All events supported by the Institute of Community and Civic Engagement, the Office of Staff and Organizational Development, Donna Stasio Student Facilitators, Black Student Union, Students for Justice, the Office of Equity, Social Justice, and Multicultural Education, The Multicultural Center/IIS, and the California History Center.
Using the Cultures of the Valley to Strengthen and Sustain Us is part of the De Anza Visiting Speakers Series funded by DASB.


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Last Updated: 4/11/12