Events

SF Pathways to Citizenship Initiative

Saturday, December 6, 9:30am - 12:30pm - McLaren Complex

The San Francisco Pathways to Citizenship Initiative (SF pathways) is a three-year public, private partnership between the City’s Office of Civic Engagement & Immigrant Affairs (OCEIA),  six philanthropic organizations, and seven expert community based naturalization service providers  who will develop new approaches, methodologies and service delivery models to promote citizenship and civic participation among San Francisco’s citizenship-eligible immigrants.  Service providers will offer free legal advice, application assistance, language services, fee waiver application assistance and other services.

 

 2014 Critical Diversity Studies Forum- DIS/PLACEMENTS

Friday, September 12, 12:45 - 4:45 pm - McLaren Complex

The 4th Annual USF Critical Diversity Forum, “DIS/PLACEMENTS" coincides with the anniversaries of several events which activated seismic shifts in US society: the centenary of the beginning of World War I, the 50th anniversary of the official commencement of US military involvement in Vietnam, and the 50th anniversary of the US Civil Rights Act and our War on Poverty.These anniversaries offer us an occasion to consider and explore how recent social events — i.e., President Obama’s June 2014 vow to employ executive authority to expedite immigration reform, the Isla Vista killings in May 2014 and the anti-misogyny campaigns this tragedy inspired, and the concurrent “urban renewal” and anti-gentrification movements produced by the Northern California technology boom — are simultaneously stirring up the social order, displacing populations. 

What We Talk About When We Talk About Ferguson

Tuesday, August 26, 11:45 am - 1:00 pm - UC Center- Intercultural Center 

We are inviting students to participate and lead in a discussion about Michael Brown's stolen life, and the effects it has had on Ferguson, MO. This will be a safe AND brave space for us to think about what is happening, and to discuss what we want to do as a community.