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multicultural events and programs

The Student Affairs Office is the hub for student life and your first stop for college information regarding student engagement opportunities and leadership development programs. By becoming involved in our Multicultural events and programs, students make valuable connections with other diverse students and staff, that give purpose and meaning to their co-curricular experiences at SRJC. This opens paths to personal success and development and prepares students to become global citizens. We guarantee a more rewarding time at SRJC should students choose involvement in Multicultural events and programs.

Multicultural Clubs

MeCha (Movimeinto Estudianti Chicanista de Atzlan) de SRJC
Polynesian Nation
Native American Students Council
Black Student Union/NAACP College Chapter
ABIS (Acquired Brain Injury Students)
International Students Club
Queer Student Union

Multicultural Events Committee

The purpose of the Multicultural Events Committee is to sponsor cultural events that promote an awareness of a particular ethnic or special population groups or an event significant to an ethnic group. The goal is to enrich the educational experience for the campus and the community at large by providing activities that recognize the cultural contributions of the various ethnic or special populations groups reflected in the diversity of the campus community. Some activities and events will be coordinated with the Associated Students and Arts and Lectures Committee.


2014-2015 CALENDAR

Submitted by: Dr. Dean S. Tahir, Asst. Director, Student Affairs

September (Hispanic Heritage Month 9/1 - 10/15)

  • Constitutional Event: Constitutional Day, Pocket Constitution Distribution
  • Lecture: U.S. Ambassador, Lewis Lukens, Bertolini Student Center, Room 4246
  • Panel Discussion: Deconstructing "Protect & Serve" John Burris, Bertolini Student Center, Room 4246
  • Film: The Color of Fear, Bertolini Student Center, CSL

October (Hispanic Heritage Month, Cont. 9/1 - 10/15)

  • Play: "Colorstruck" featuring Donald Lacy, Carol L. Ellis Auditorium, Petaluma Campus
  • Film: "Viva La Causa: The Story of Cesar Chavez and a Great Movement for Social Justice"
  • Lecturer: Peter Bratt, Bertolini Student Center, Room 4246

November (Native American History Month)

  • Film: "The Canary Effect" Bertolini Student Center, CSL
  • Lecturer: Speaker, "TBA" Bertolini Student Center, Room 4246


  • MLK Panel Lecturer: Dr. Charles Prickett, Reflection on the Civil Rights Movement, January 29th, CSL, Bertolini

February (Black History Month 2/1-2/31)

  • Film: "The Color of Fear" Bertolini Student Center, Room 4246 February 4, 2015
  • Panel Discussion, “Black Lives Matter” Sponsored by BSU, February 19th
  • Lecturer: Mama C, Former Black Panther, Bertolini Student Center, February 23, 2015, 12 p.m.

March (Women's History Month)

  • Interview: Barbara Lee, Congresswoman, Bertolini Student Center, Room 4246

April (LGBT Month)

  • Film: Philadelphia, BearCub "After-Hours" Bertolini Student Center, Room 4246

May (Asian-Pacific Heritage Month 5/1-5/31)

  • Lecturer: Gayle LeBaron, Chinese Contribution and History in Santa Rosa, Bertolini Student Center, Room 4246
  • Film: "Joy Luck Club" BearCubs After-Hours Program
  • Documentary Film: "Children of the Camps" Japanese Internment of WWII, Bertolini Student Center, Room 4246
  • Book Review: "Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mom" Panel Discussion, Bertolini Student Center, Room 4246

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