What is the Diversity Series?
The series benefits the college and the greater community by extending the concept of education beyond the classroom.
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.
BRING THE NOISE: 2019-2020 Theme
Black History 101 Mobile Museum’s 5th Element Hip Hop Exhibit
|Jan. 15||10-5||Black History 101 Mobile Museum – Presentation @ 11:30||Yakima, HUB, Building #9|
|Jan. 16||10-5||Black History 101 Mobile Museum – Presentation @ 11:30||Grandview, Activity Center, Building #52|
Keepin it Reel Film Festival
|1-30||11:30||Latino’s Beyond Reel–Challenging a Media Stereotype||Yakima, HUB, Building #9|
|2-13||11:30||Reel Injun–On the Trail of the Hollywood “Indian”||Yakima, HUB, Building #9|
|2-27||11:30||Reel Bad Arabs- How Hollywood Vilifies a People||Yakima, HUB, Building #9|
|3-12||11:30||Slaying the Dragon– Media Stereotypes of Asian & Asian American Women||Yakima, HUB, Building #9|
|4-2||11:30||The Revival: Women and the Word||Yakima, HUB, Building #9|
|4-16||11:30||Afraid Of Dark||Yakima, HUB, Building #9|
|4-30||11:30||The Mask You Live In||Yakima, HUB, Building #9|
|5-14||11:30||White Like Me||Yakima, HUB, Building #9|
Additional events will be hosted throughout the academic year. For more information: visit 509.574.6800 ext. 4965/ email@example.com
Students of Color Conference
30th Annual Students of Color Conference sponsored by the Multicultural Student Services Directors Council (MSSDC).
Canceled due to COVID19, announcements about SOCC 2021 will be posted here as soon as they are available.
To learn more contact YVC Counselor Elizabeth DeVilleneuve at 509.574.4978, firstname.lastname@example.org.