All these events are student led events! For more information and special accommodations: Anthony Santa Ana santaanaanthony@fhda.edu 

Asian Representation in the Media

*Student Led Event

Tuesday, May 31, 2022 @ 1-2:30pm

Virtual via zoom | Registration

JPG Flyer Below | PDF Flyer

 Asian Representation in the Media

Sponsor: Office of Equity, Social Justice and Multicultural Education

Funded by: De Anza Student Government (DASG)

Hosted by Claire Albis, Office of Equity Scholar Activist Intern, and in conversation with Rena Wei-Chinese-American NYU writer for MiscalculAsian Magazine & Kleigh Balugo -Pinay founder of Kindergarten Magazine and Podcast: "Being Asian in White Spaces".

Solidarity an Art Exhibition: Demonstrating Art with the Theme of Solidarity

*Student Led Event

June 9, 2022 @ 1:00-4:00pm

In Person: De Anza College @ The Office of Equity, Social Justice and Multicultural Education Office (MLC 250)

JPG Flyer Below | PDF Flyer

Solidarity Art Exhibition

Sponsor: Office of Equity, Social Justice and Multicultural Education

Funded by: De Anza Student Government (DASG)

Hosted by Ricardo Sanchez, Office of Equity Scholar Activist Intern. An afternoon of amazing performances and solidarity themed art pieces. Come chill and connect. Light snacks will be served.

If you would like to submit art pieces and/or perform, the requirements are:

  • Must be related to the solidarity theme
  • Painting, sculptures, and photos highly recommended
  • Poetry and music performances encouraged

Please submit by June 7, 2022 and contact Ricky at EquityOffice@deanza.edu

For more information and special accommodations: Anthony Santa Ana santaanaanthony@fhda.edu  


XITO Ethnic Studies Workshop/ Professional Development 

Check out this event at our sister college, Foothill College
May 13, 2022
10-11:30 a.m.
Virtual 
Join the Xicanx Institute for Teaching and Organizing (XITO) Ethnic Studies Workshop . This workshop is open to all faculty from all divisions and designed to provide practical multicultural and ethnic studies perspectives for pedagogical methods that can be applied to various disciplines.
 

For more information, Ulysses Acevedo at acevedoulysses@fhda.edu or 650.949.7507. 

San Jose: Roots of the Movement

Flyer JPG and Flyer PDF

Facilitated by De Anza Student-Charis Morales, Derrick Sanderlin
Moderated by BSU Chair, Mason Hughes and CASA Co Chair, Ashley Villegas
Tuesday, May 3rd, 2022
2-3:30pm
via zoom
Meeting ID - 9164-0070-326
When most folks think of San Jose, they imagine the Silicon Valley and a place of innovation. San Jose’s history is much deeper than the corporations that have come to occupy it. San Jose has a culture of resistance throughout the Black and Latine community that continues to live here. This workshop talks about some of the culture and history that has been left out of the mainstream narrative. It covers ways to practice abolition and keep the movement in San Jose alive.
For More Info and Special Accommodations: Adriana Garcia GarciaAdriana@deanza.edu

Co Sponsors: VIDA, BSU, LEAD, DALA, ICS, PUSO and ASAM

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