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
The theme this year in The Ground We Stand: Awareness, Alliance, Action.
|April 18||Raúl Sánchez – Poetry Workshop and Reading||Grandview Workshop at 2:30 pm and poetry reading with Q & A at 5:30 pm
Workforce Education Center, Building #51, Room 19
|April 19||Raúl Sánchez – Poetry Workshop and Reading||Yakima Workshop at 3:15 pm in HUB and poetry reading with Q & A at 6 pm
Deccio Higher Education Center, Building #8, Parker Room.
|April 23-25, & 27||Toma Villa: Painting Artist||Lecture and Q&A 11:30am—12:30pm
HUB Dining Room, Building #9
|May 9||Swil Kanim: Violinist||11:30am—1:00pm
HUB Quiet Lounge, Building #9
Kendall Auditorium, Building #24
|May 10||Matika Wilbur: Photojournalist||Workshop 12:00pm—1:30pm
HUB Activity Area, Building #9
Keynote, Reception & Art Viewing, 5:00pm—7:00pm
The Season’s Performance Gallery
101 N Naches Ave, Yakima
Students of Color Conference
Radical Love: Activism Ignited!
Learn more about ethnic and racial identity development and academic success, and acquire skills for promoting social justice and intercultural communication. For more information about the conference visit: www.mssdc.com/socc.
Applications available in link below or at the Counseling and Advising Center; Deccio Higher Education Center, Building 8, Room 164. Deadline to apply is January 15, 2018.
To learn more contact YVC Counselor Maribel Jimenez at 509.574.4965 or email@example.com.