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CityNotes for Friday, September 23



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Subject: CityNotes for Friday, September 23
From: CityNotes <Citynotes@ccsf.edu>
Date: Fri, 23 Sep 2016 22:34:09 +0000



 

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1. CCSF Hosts Journalism Symposium - September 24

2. Italian Film Festival - September 29

3. Project SURVIVE and National Domestic Violence Awareness Month

4. Student Health Fair - October 4

5. Episode 2016: Mind Flows With Brush / ½g³¹2016¡G·NÀHµ§¦æ

6. Job Fair - October 5th

7. $2,500 Scholarships for Asian American & Pacific Islander Students!

8. 8th Annual Talanoa Series at CCSF for Fall 2016




1. CCSF Hosts Journalism Symposium - September 24


City College¡¦s Journalism department and the Bay Area Chapter of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) cordially invite you for a day of journalism workshops and panels. 
This symposium will take place on Saturday, Sept. 24, from 10-4 p.m., beginning in the Diego Rivera Theater on the Ocean Avenue campus. The event includes workshops and panel discussions, along with a free lunch and reception. The entire program is free to the public.

The full program can be found on the NAHJ Bay Area website. For questions, please contact nahjbayarea@gmail.com or call 415-517-4426.



2. Italian Film Festival - September 29

The Italian Department of City College of San Francisco in coordination with the Audio Visual Department cordially invites you to attend the 26th Italian Film Festival 2016. A series of Italian films - including La Doppia Ora, Le Conseguenze Dell'amore, Mio Fratello E' Figlio Unico, and Caos Calmo will be shown throughout the fall semester in Rosenberg Library. Please see the attached flyer for additional details.



3. Project SURVIVE and National Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Project SURVIVE, the Sexual Health Education and Sexual Violence Prevention program of City College of San Francisco¡¦s Women¡¦s Studies Department, is sponsoring multiple events to commemorate Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October 2016. Our aim is to raise awareness of this pervasive problem: on average, 24 people per minute are victims of rape, physical violence, or stalking by an intimate partner in the U.S. (NISVS data). Although anyone can be a victim of domestic violence, women are disproportionately affected. One in four women is the victim of severe physical violence by an intimate partner at some point in their lifetime (NISVS data).
 
Please see the attached flyer for events.



4. Student Health Fair - October 4


The CCSF Student Health Services is hosting an annual Health Fair on October 4th at the Student Health Center from 9:30am ¡V 3:00pm.

The Flu Shot will be free for credit and non-credit students. We are providing screenings for anemia, blood sugar, blood pressure, and cholesterol panel ($10). Information and education on a variety of health topics such as mental health services, family planning and reproductive health, alcohol and substance abuse, and smoking cessation will be available.


5. Episode 2016: Mind Flows With Brush / ½g³¹2016¡G·NÀHµ§¦æ

Featuring guest curator Qian Zhijian, Ph.D. and artist Zhong Yueying

September 10 to October 29, 2016 at the CCC Visual Art Center 750 Kearny Street, 3rd floor (inside the Hilton Hotel) and the Chinatown/NB Center, 808 Kearny Street, 2nd floor.

Mind Flows With Brush features the ink-based works of Zhong Yueying, an artist based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Instead of manipulating the ink, the artist allows the brush to take unpredicted journeys, flowing freely, leaving hand and mind unstrained. Mind Flows With Brush presents a sensational, cartographic experience, mapping the new continent located within one¡¦s inner universe. 


6. Job Fair October 5th

The 11th annual job fair is coming up on Wednesday, October 5 at CCSF Mission Center (1125 Valencia). This event is free and open to both CCSF students as well as the wider community. Come dressed to impress with a recent version of your resume to meet with over 70 different employers. Groups of seven people or more get to jump to the front of the line. Please see the attached flyers for more details.


7. $2,500 Scholarships for Asian American & Pacific Islander Students!

 

Multiple awards of $2,500 each will be given to CCSF students by the Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund (APIASF). Please encourage students to apply by Oct. 31, 2016 (8:59 p.m., PDT). Application & eligibility requirements: www.apiasf.org/aanapisischolarship.html

 

APIASF has once again partnered with CCSF (7th year!) through the Asian & Pacific American Student Success (APASS) program. Based in Washington D.C., APIASF is the nation's largest provider of college scholarships for AAPI students. CCSF is a federally designated Asian American Native American Pacific Islander Serving Institution (AANAPISI) and this scholarship is available annually to students attending one of 21 APIASF AANAPISI partner campuses.

 

Contact APIASF (aanapisischolarship@apiasf.org) or APASS at the following (Batmale Hall 208, Ocean / 452-5620 / apass@ccsf.edu) if you have any questions. 



8. 8th Annual Talanoa Series at CCSF for Fall 2016

In association with The Talanoa Series of Las Vegas, NV, Salt Lake City, UT, San Mateo, CA, and our newest city, Portland, Oregon, the City College of San Francisco¡¦s Critical Pacific Islands & Oceania Studies Program & VASA Transfer Prep Program, is delighted to present our 8th Annual Talanoa Series for Fall 2016!

The word ¡§tala¡¨ in Pacific languages means ¡§story¡¨ while the word ¡§noa¡¨ means ¡§to tie or to bind.¡¨ When the two words are put together, they form the word ¡§talanoa¡¨ which translates to ¡§connecting stories together.¡¨ Our strong mission of the Talanoa Series is to bring together our students, guests, and communities to share and connect stories/experiences about topics and issues that shape indigenous Pacific Islander communities across our vast ocean.

In honor of sustaining our oceanic connections, we are pleased to announce our 1st speaker of our 8th Annual Talanoa Series Fall 2016¡XSamoan Activist, Mr. Harrison Misioka Seuga, B.A. Mr. Harrison Misioka Seuga was born on the Island of Tutuila, in the U.S. Territory of American Samoa. His mother is from the village of Futiga and his father from the Manu'a Islands. After serving 21 years in prison as a juvenile lifer, he attended San Francisco State University where he graduated with an honors Bachelor¡¦s Degree in Sociology in 2013. He is currently the Re-entry Director for Asian Prisoner Support Committee (APSC), helping to design the first culturally competent immersion reentry model to support Pacific Islander and Asian parolees. Mr. Seuga has contributed significantly to APSC's San Quentin Roots Program, a weekly Ethnic Studies based program focusing on Pacific Islander experiences and narratives in California¡¦s prison industrial complex.

Mr. Seuga¡¦s talk entitled, ¡§Stay Woke!: Narratives Our Past & Present,¡¨ will focus on his personal experiences with migration, incarceration, education, and his activism on the complexities of incarceration & immigration issues. His presentation will engage the audience in a conversation on several interlinking topics: the past and present beginning with the Mau movement¡Xa powerful but often forgotten independence movement of the 1930s in Samoa; the police brutality of Polynesians and other Pacific Islanders by law enforcement due to the racial stereotypes and threats associated with the Pacific Islander ¡§body¡¨; and the commodification of those same Pacific bodies as ¡§warriors¡¨ in the U.S. military, athletic, and movie industries. Mr. Seuga will connect these tributaries as way to highlight for Pacific Islander communities the need to be involved in social justice work around mass incarceration and its impacts on society.

The Talanoa Series will be held at the Ocean campus of the City College of San Francisco in the Multi-Use Building (MUB) Room 140 on Thursday, September 29th from 6:00-9:00pm. Refreshments/dinner will be served. Disability accommodations provided upon request. Parking is available in the student parking lot near the Multi-Use Building (MUB) free of charge.

For more information, contact: Dr. David Ga'oupu Palaita, Ph.D. (vika) @ (415) 452-5923 | (206) 250-7468 | dpalaita@ccsf.edu

The 8th Annual Talanoa Series¡XFall 2016 is sponsored by the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, the Critical Pacific Islands & Oceania Studies program, the VASA Commission & Transfer Prep Program, the Diversity and Social Justice program, the Critical Middle East Studies/SWANA Program, the CCSF Diversity Collaborative: LGBT Studies, Women¡¦s Studies, Philippine Studies, Latin American and Latino/a Studies, Asian American Studies, Asian Studies, African American Studies, Labor & Community Studies, Disabled Students Programs & Services, Students Supporting Students (SCUBE), the Multicultural Retention Services department, The Office of the Chancellor, the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Development, the Office of the Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs, the Office of the Dean of Social and Behavioral Sciences, the Office of the Dean of Student Equity, and the Pacific Islander Club (PIC) @ CCSF. 


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Italian Film Festival.pdf

Health Fair 2016.pdf

DV Month Calendar 2016.pdf

Job Fair Keys to Success.pdf

Job Fair October 5.pdf

Priority Pass for Job Fair.doc

AANAPISI Flyer 2016.pdf

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