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CityNotes for Friday, February 3, 2017

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Subject: CityNotes for Friday, February 3, 2017
From: CityNotes <Citynotes@ccsf.edu>
Date: Fri, 3 Feb 2017 22:24:10 +0000

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1. Join us for our Next Future Teacher's Workshop! - February 6
2. Spring Photographers and Their Images Lecture Series
3. Bystander Intervention Workshops - starting February 7
4. Indira Allegra - Intimate Tensions: Black Sabbatical and Transnational Polyamories - February 9
5. CCSF Business Cards - Order by February 13
6. 27th Italian Film Festival 2017
7. Award Winning Documentary Film Screening - February 13 and 22
8. Presentation by Salimah Hankins, Human Rights Attorney - February 15
9. Julia Bergman Celebration - February 25
10. City College of San Francisco Theatre Department presents, “Twelfth Night, or What You Will”

1. Join us for our Next Future Teacher's Workshop! - February 6

Future TK-12 Teacher Workshop at CCSF Mission Center!
Monday, February 6th, 3:00 - 4:30 PM, ROOM 229
Mission Center, 1125 Valencia Street

Speakers may include representatives from local Credential Programs, SFSU STEM House, the S.F. Unified School District, Counseling and other Support Services, and the CCSF Teacher Prep Center. 

The Teacher Prep Center in the Child Development & Family Studies Department of City College of San Francisco can help you if you are interested in transfer or need support to obtain elementary credentials, secondary credentials, or an advanced teaching degree. We have information (including CBEST/CSET Prep. classes), resources, advice, and academic counseling for students interested in a teaching career in elementary, middle school, high school and/or special education. 

Teacher Prep Center – 2nd Floor MUB 249, Ocean Avenue Campus     
CCSF Teacher Prep Counselor – Call 415-452-5605 for an Appointment
Please RSVP to: alchan@ccsf.edu
2. Spring Photographers and Their Images Lecture Series

The Spring 2017 line up for “PH52: Photographers and Their Images” featuring professional photographers who come to lecture and show their work at City College of San Francisco (CCSF) Monday nights 6-9pm throughout the year has been announced. Be sure to register for this one unit course to secure your seat. This series of lectures is available to be taken for one college credit and there are no pre-requisites. Lectures this semester are also free and open to the CCSF community. Register online now until March 5th without an add code – and note the lectures will be held in MUB388. 

PH52-501 “Photographers and Their Images”, (1) CRN 36304 (transfers CSU)
See the speaker list and example of their works here: https://ccsfphoto.wordpress.com/

3. Bystander Intervention Workshops - starting February 7

All community members are invited and encouraged to attend Bystander Intervention Workshops to build our collective capacity to resist oppression. The 75-minute workshop is offered at six separate times from Feb. 7 to Feb. 16. See flyer for times and locations.

4. Indira Allegra - Intimate Tensions: Black Sabbatical and Transnational Polyamories - February 9
Join WOMN25 in honor of Black history and Women's history months for an interactive workshop with artist and writer Indira Allegra titled "Intimate Tensions: Black Sabbatical and Transnational Polyamories." 

     WHEN: February 9th from 1:10-2:30pm 
     WHERE: Wellness 103

See attached flier for more details. Come! Bring your students! Tell everyone!

5. CCSF Business Cards - Order by February 13

The Visual Media Design Department is now accepting orders from City College employees for business cards. There is a $20.00 charge for 200 cards to cover the cost of materials.

Orders are due by Thursday, February 13 and will be returned to you via campus mail during the week of Monday, March 13.

Please fill out and return the attached application, along with payment, to Box V49.
Please note that these business cards are produced entirely by the students in VMD 200, Emerge Studio. This project is repeated at the beginning of each semester, and is meant to be a learning experience for our students.

If you have any further questions, please contact Colin Hall at x3082 or chall@ccsf.edu.

6. 27th Italian Film Festival 2017

The Italian Department of City College of San Francisco, in coordination with the Audio Visual Department, cordially invites you to attend the 27th Italian Film Festival 2017.

Film screenings for a variety of films will be held in Rosenberg Library over several dates throughout the Spring term. Please see the attached flyer for details.

7. Award Winning Documentary Film Screening - February 13 and February 22

Please join us for February screenings of award-winning Agents of Change featuring the 1968-1969 student and faculty strike at San Francisco State and 1969 student takeover at Cornell University. Their legacy is still relevant today for greater access to higher education and the mainstream workforce for traditionally excluded populations.  

A panel discussion featuring Filmmaker Abby Ginzberg and pioneering San Francisco State student leader and striker Juanita Tamayo Lott, will follow the film.

February 13
12:00pm - 2:00pm
Rosenberg Multimedia R305

February 22
10:15am - 11:30am
Downtown Center, Room 821

February 22
7:00pm - 8:30pm
Mission Center, Bartlett Room 154

For more information, please visit http://www.agentsofchangefilm.com/ or view the attached flyers.

8. Presentation by Salimah Hankins, Human Rights Attorney - February 15

Join us for this presentation with Salimah Hankins, Human Rights Attorney and Advocate working in the Bay Area.  She will share her current and past experience working with communities of color doing human rights work and addressing gentrification in the Bay Area, and beyond. She will draw parallels between the various social movements that shape the grassroots domestic human rights movement. Additionally, she will examine how displacement relates to the ways communities of color are policed. 

What: The Movement for Black Lives: Displacement, Policing, and Communities of Color with Salimah Hankins
Who: All students, faculty, staff and administrators
When: Wednesday, February 15th, 12:30 - 2 pm
Where: MUB 251, Ocean Campus

Light refreshments will be provided. 

- Please offer your students extra credit for attending this event.
- Reply to RSVP, if your students will be attending so that we can plan for adequate seating.
- Space is limited! Please contact Tracy Burt (tburt@ccsf.edu) to RSVP for a group.

Salimah Hankins is a community lawyer, human rights activist, street-art-enthusiast, and a traveler. She currently serves as Senior Staff Attorney at Community Legal Services in East Palo Alto (CLSEPA), California, where she does anti-displacement work in Silicon Valley. She has also served as the CERD Consultant for the United Nations’ “Race Treaty” (CERD) review of the U.S. and has authored four consecutive human rights reports (2013 to 2016) for the US Human Rights Network. Before this, Salimah served as Director of Legislative Advocacy (2015 legislative cycle) for Dignity & Power Now, an organization founded by Patrisse Cullors, who is also the co-founder of the national Movement for Black Lives.

Salimah is a co-founder of the newly formed Human Rights Taskforce at the National Lawyers' Guild and has advocated for the rights of low-income clients of color as a civil rights attorney at the ACLU of Maryland and the Fair Housing Justice Center. She is originally from New Orleans and has called Boston, Baltimore, and Brooklyn home. She currently resides in the Bay Area with her partner, Balthazar, and their cats Malcolm and Zora.

Presented by the African American Studies Department and the Multicultural Infusion Project and supported by the Office of Student Equity.

*Persons requiring accommodation, please contact DSP&S at 452-5481. Please give at least 72 hours notice

9. Julia Bergman Celebration - February 25

Julia Bergman, Dec. 8, 1945-January 9, 2017.
A Julia Bergman Celebration (Eventbrite link for RSVP’s)
This is a Celebration of a life well and generously lived.
She savored each day and gave herself to family, friends, and her beloved City College.
When: Saturday Feb. 25, 2017 from 1-4 pm
Where: City College Ocean Campus, Smith Hall Cafeteria.
A Diego Rivera Mural tour will be given at noon.

10. City College of San Francisco Theatre Department presents, “Twelfth Night, or What You Will”

Contact: John Wilk, Phone: 415.452.7274, Email: jwilk@ccsf.edu

The Theatre Department of City College of San Francisco presents Shakespeare’s Romantic Comedy Twelfth Night, or What You Will. The play will be performed at City College’s Diego Rivera Theatre.

WHAT: Like his early comedies, The Comedy of Errors or The Taming of the Shrew for instance, Twelfth Night is essentially a celebration of romantic love and can be viewed as a traditional romantic comedy. The play has many of the elements common to Elizabethan romantic comedy, including the devices of mistaken identity, separated twins, and gender-crossing disguise, and its plot revolves around overcoming obstacles to "true" love.

But unlike his early comedies, Shakespeare also strikes some discordant notes in Twelfth Night, including a conception of love and other themes that are not part of the conventional romantic comedy formula.

Friday March 3 @ 7:30 PM
Saturday March 4 @ 7:30 PM
Sunday March 5 @ 2:00 PM MATINEE

Friday March 10 @ 7:30 PM
Saturday March 11 @ 7:30 PM
Sunday March 12 @ 2:00 PM MATINEE

WHERE: Diego Rivera Theatre on the Ocean Avenue Campus of City College of San Francisco 

Admission $15 general $10 discount students, seniors, TBA members. Tickets available on 

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CCSF_BizCards_S17 (1).pdf

ITAL FILM FEST spring 2017 pdf.pdf

Agents of Change Feb 13.pdf

Agents of Change Feb 22 DTN.pdf

Agents of Change Feb 22 MIS.pdf

Salimah Flyer 2.pdf

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