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November  2016


Farewell Reception for Dr. Corliss Bennett-McBride

TCC Frankin Suites
3:00pm -5:30pm

Join the Center for Black Cultural and Student Affairs and the USC Division of Student Affairs as we thank Dr. Bennett-McBride for her 20 years of service to the University of Southern California. We invite students, staff, faculty, alumni and others that have been impacted by Dr. Bennett to join us in saying farewell to USC and congratulating her on her new role at California State University Humboldt. ***Refreshments will be provided by Watts Coffee House***

Sponsored by: CBCSA, Division of Student Affairs

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Project ReMix: Post Elections Dialogue

Lavender Lounge (STU 202B)
10:00am -12:00pm

Join the cultural centers for our November Project Remix that will focus on a debrief of the elections. Stop by the Lavender Lounge for coffee and donuts and for some discussion with students and staff.

Sponsored by: CBCSA, El Centro Chicano, APASS, LGBT Resource Center

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Black Lives Matter: Implications for Policy, Planning and Management

RGL 101

Join the USC Price School of Public Policy for a Post-Panel break out conversation featuring current USC students and community members. See attached flyer and the event link for additional information.

Sponsored by: USC Sol Price School of Public Policy

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Sistah Circle: Hope in Troubled Times

Taper Hall 112
5:00pm -7:00pm

Join Sistah Circle for a special discussion, "Hope in Troubled Times". This dialogue is a safe space for Black Women on campus to discuss the current social/political climate in the U.S.

Sponsored by: CBCSA

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NOW WHAT: Immigration After the 2016 Presidential Election

Newman Hall Caruso Catholic Center
12:30pm -1:50pm

What’s next for immigrant integration and immigration policy in the postelection context? What are the priorities of immigrant advocates given the new configuration of power at the federal level? What efforts are being undertaken by diverse actors to secure the wellbeing of immigrants in our communities? What does this mean in a state – California – that has been ahead of the curve on immigrant integration? Speakers Jane Junn, Professor of Political Science at the University of Southern California James Alva, Senior Vice President & Southern CA Market Manager at Citi Community Development Ismahan Abdullahi, Director of Civic Engagement and Community Partnerships at Partnership for the Advancement of New Americans Anthony Ng, Policy Advocate, Immigrant Rights at Asian Americans

Sponsored by: USC Dornsife Center for the Study Immigrant Integration

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