SLiCE Social Justice Conversations are continuing into Spring 2017. This semester we are partnering with APACC, B/AACC, El Centro, Pride Resource Center, NACC, RDS, WGAC, the Ethnic Studies Department and Ethnic Studies in Action to develop critical dialogue and action around different topics such as colonization, ableism, poverty, and more.
Food will be served at this event.
Colonization and Sexual Violence Against Native Women
Wednesday, April 19th
5:00 – 7:00 PM
Lory Student Center Room 212 (SLiCE Conference Room)
Social Justice Conversations are for CSU students to talk about the history of oppression, develop tools for dismantling oppressive systems, and build community at the same time. This is a safe space that empowers marginalized students, uses an anti-oppressive framework for facilitation, and develops action across multiple intersections of social justice issues. Click here for a full schedule of conversations.
Please contact Michael by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at (970) 491-0444 with questions.