What is the Diversity Series?
Since 2005 Yakima Valley College has partnered with several local area organizations to host events and lectures through the annual Diversity Series.
The events provide YVC the opportunity to bring diverse perspectives to everyday topics and push the boundaries of the term beyond race, gender, social class, and sexuality.
The series benefits the college and the greater community by extending the concept of education beyond the classroom.
The Ground We Stand...Fall 2017 Schedule
|10/04 ||12:00 pm – 1:30 pm||YVC Clocktower||“The Ground We Stand” kick-off with a performance by Supaman|
|10/04||6:00 pm - |
|Kendall Auditorium||“The Ground We Stand” kick-off with a performance by Supaman|
|10/11||11:30 am – 1:00 pm||HUB Quiet Lounge||National Coming Out Day|
Workshop with Karama Blackhorn - Free Pizza
|10/25||12:00 pm – 1:30 pm||Rooms 119 & 121, Glenn Anthon|
Dtalks: History of the Yakama Nation
Discussion with Davis Washines and Levina Wilkins
|11/15||12:00 pm – 1:30 pm||Parker Room, Deccio||Storytelling with Theodore Strong - Free Pizza|
|11/29||12:00 pm – 1:30 pm||Parker Room, Deccio||Storytelling with Roger Fernandes - Free Pizza|
|11/29||4:00 pm - |
|HUB Dining Area||Storytelling with Roger Fernandes - Light Refreshments|
Additional events will be hosted throughout the academic year. For more information: visit 509.574.6800 ext. 4965/ email@example.com
Visit the Diversity Series Gallery