Articles From : UCSB MultiCultural Center

  • Our People Will Be Healed
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    Our People Will Be Healed

    Our People Will Be Healed
    Wed, Mar 6th, 6 PM
    Film Screening/MCC Theater

  • Doun-Doun-BAM! Music & Dance from Guinea with Fara Tolno & Leida Tolentino
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    Doun-Doun-BAM! Music & Dance from Guinea with Fara Tolno & Leida Tolentino

    Doun-Doun-BAM! Music & Dance from Guinea with Fara Tolno & Leida Tolentino
    Sat, Mar 2nd, 11 AM
    Performance and Workshop/MCC Lounge

  • An Evening of Self Expression with Fong Tran
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    An Evening of Self Expression with Fong Tran

    An Evening of Self Expression with Fong Tran
    Thurs, Feb 28th, 7:30 PM
    Open Mic/Biko Garage 6612 Sueno Rd, Isla Vista

  • Constructing the Terrorist Threat
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    Constructing the Terrorist Threat

    Constructing the Terrorist Threat
    Wed, Feb 27th, 6 PM
    Film Screening/MCC Theater

  • Healing Through Restorative Justice
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    Healing Through Restorative Justice

    Healing Through Restorative Justice
    Fania Davis
    Tues, Feb 26th, 6 PM
    Lecture/MCC Theater

  • Confronting Institutional and Systemic Racism
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    Confronting Institutional and Systemic Racism

    Confronting Institutional and Systemic Racism
    Chandan Reddy and Stephen Dillon
    Facilitated by Gaye Theresa Johnson
    Thurs, Feb 21st, 6 PM
    Panel Discussion/MCC Theater

  • BlacKkKlansman
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    BlacKkKlansman

    BlacKkKlansman
    Wed, Feb 20th, 6 PM
    Film Screening/MCC Theater
    From visionary filmmaker Spike Lee comes the incredible true story of Ron Stallworth. It’s the early 1970s and Ron Stallworth is the first black detective to serve in the Colorado Springs Police Department. Determined to make a name for himself, Stallworth bravely sets out on a dangerous mission to infiltrate and expose the Ku Klux Klan. 2h 16m.

  • PROFILED
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    PROFILED

    PROFILED
    Wed, Feb 13th, 6 PM
    FIlm Screening/MCC Theater
    This powerful documentary knits the stories of mothers of Black and Latino youth murdered by the NYPD into a powerful indictment of racial profiling and police brutality. Ranging from the routine harassment of minority students in an affluent Brooklyn neighborhood to the killings and protests in Staten Island and Ferguson, Missouri, PROFILED bears witness to the racist violence that remains an everyday reality for Black and Latino people in this country. 54m.

  • Life in America as an Undocumented Immigrant
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    Life in America as an Undocumented Immigrant

    Life in America as an Undocumented Immigrant
    Jose Antonio Vargas
    Tues, Feb 12th, 6 PM
    Lecture/Campbell Hall

  • An Evening of Persian Music: Noor, The Path of Light
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    An Evening of Persian Music: Noor, The Path of Light

    An Evening of Persian Music: Noor, The Path of Light
    The Lian Ensemble
    Fri, Feb 8th, 7:30 PM
    Music Performance/MCC Theater

  •  “’Begin Again’: Fighting for Democracy in the Age of Trump”
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    “’Begin Again’: Fighting for Democracy in the Age of Trump”

    Eddie Glaude
    Thurs, Feb 7th, 6 pm
    Lecture/MCC Theater

  • America to Me (Episodes 1 and 2)
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    America to Me (Episodes 1 and 2)

    America to Me (Episodes 1 and 2)
    Wed, Feb 6th, 6 PM
    Film Screening/MCC Theater

  • A "New Dawn of Freedom" and the Frederick Douglass Family
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    A "New Dawn of Freedom" and the Frederick Douglass Family

    A "New Dawn of Freedom" and the Frederick Douglass Family
    Celeste-Marie Bernier
    Exhibit/MCC Lounge: Feb 1st - March 22nd
    Opening Reception Date: Tues, Feb 19th, 6 PM

  • An Evening of Poetry with Kavi Ade
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    An Evening of Poetry with Kavi Ade

    An Evening of Poetry with Kavi Ade
    Thurs, Jan 31st, 7:30 PM
    Spoken Word/MCC Theater
    Kavi Ade’s poetry is a lamentation, a leaning in to what haunts the spirit of a Black
    Trans Queer body. With poems that are deeply personal and inescapably political,
    Ade’s work grapples with being set at the throne of violence. Using art as resistance,
    they create transformative dialogue that aims to combat supremacist powers and

  • Hailing Cesar
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    Hailing Cesar

    Hailing Cesar
    Wed, Jan 30th, 6 PM
    Film Screening/MCC Theater

  • Ismail Lumanovski and Inspector Gadje Balkan Brass
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    Ismail Lumanovski and Inspector Gadje Balkan Brass

    Ismail Lumanovski and Inspector Gadje Balkan Brass
    Fri, Jan 25th, 7:30 PM
    Music Performance/MCC Theater

  • The Struggle to Abolish Environmental Racism
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    The Struggle to Abolish Environmental Racism

    Pam Tau Lee
    Thurs, Jan 24th, 6 PM
    Lecture/MCC Theater

  • Tested
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    Tested

    Tested
    Wed, Jan 23rd, 6 PM
    Film Screening/MCC Theater

  • The Alif Series: In Conversation With The Dead
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    The Alif Series: In Conversation With The Dead

    Zulfikar Ali Bhutto //Faluda Islam\\
    Tues, Jan 22nd, 7:30 PM
    Performance/MCC Theater

  • Decolonizing HSIs: Moving from Theory to Practice
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    Decolonizing HSIs: Moving from Theory to Practice

    Gina A. Garcia
    Thurs, Jan 17th, 6 PM
    Presentation/MCC Theater

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