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Public Podcasting has partnered with Santiago Canyon College to produce three episodes: Crypto Space, Turning A New Leaf, and Teenage Addiction And Quitting . Student groups from the English 100 class at Santiago Canyon College researched topics and created scripts to record. Public Podcasting mentored the students in how to tell a story, how to share research, and how to personalize their episodes.
This program is sponsored by the Santiago Canyon College Foundation. The mission of the SCC Foundation is to sponsor various gift‐giving opportunities, increase public awareness, and participate in campaigns needed to provide for the scholarships, programs, and capital needs of the College.
California State University, Long Beach, Criminal Justice Students partner with the staff of Project Optimism to host two Community Feed events. Students learn more about the community of Long Beach through their research and hands-on engagement, which includes providing balanced meals, clean clothes, and showers to support currently unhoused individuals. Students promote, fundraise, and document the event. Go Beach!
Fans of nineteenth-century literature, culture, and history gather for a Saturday of magic in San Diego.
(Above) Dancing on the lawn
(Below) Hosting the Never-ending Story
Chapters is a multi-part Creative + Cultural Podcast series concerning the history and the lessons of civil rights violations or civil liberties injustices carried out against communities or populations—including civil rights violations or civil liberties injustices that are perpetrated on the basis of an individual’s race, national origin, immigration status, religion, gender, or sexual orientation.
This series connects with ten California nonprofit organizations and the community leaders they collaborate with. Through art, education, and storytelling these episodes reflect on the past, react to our current times, and consider the future.
Join us online for a celebration of 19th century literature read by professional actors. It's free. Don't know about Write Out Loud? Visit their webpage http://writeoutloudsd.com and/ or sign up for a daily professionally read story delivered to your inbox. Again, did I mention this?--it's free! Stay tuned for more information regarding this fabulous San Diego based non-profit organization.
Join me as I moderate a discussion with historian and community activist Mary Adams Urashima regarding the Historic Wintersburg property in Huntington Beach, representing over a century of Japanese immigration to the United States.
Join me in discussion with Sam Mihara, a Japanese-American survivor of racial imprisonment during WWII.
Wednesday, Nov. 20th, 2019, @ Chapman's Musco: Doors Open @ 6:00 PM (6:30 PM Start time!)
Our fourth Orange County Placemaking Roadshow (Links to an external site.) program takes place at the Musco Center for the Arts (Links to an external site.) in Orange.
A special event featuring conversations and performances at Performers Court with Sam Mihara, Jonelle Strickland, Chef Craig Brady, Chef Daniella Malfitano, and Dylan Kanner.
This project was made possible with support from Chapman University, The California Civil Liberties Public Education Program, a state-funded grant project of the California State Library and from California Humanities, a non-profit partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Visit chapman.edu (Links to an external site.), library.ca.gov (Links to an external site.) and calhum.org
Join me for a lively panel discussion featuring LGBT Center OC Immigration Resources Specialist Luis Gomez, as well as Tony Ortuno and Olivia Zoey Martinez, on intersectionalities of the immigrant and LGBTQ communities.
Join me in conversation with Doctors Kristine and Ester as they share their overlapping fields of expertise, Asian American and Central American immigration/racial experiences in the United States.
For all of us who believe there is not one way. One genre. One spirit. One answer. Or even one question. This blog is for the writer before she was so, as well as for the reader who defies her expectations every time: it is for the poets, satirists, fiction writers, essayists, diarists, and ancient word wanderers; this blog is for the infinitely unwritten. To each, a celebration. A celebration to all.