West Valley College’s Global Citizenship Committee
Proudly Presents These Important Events for Fall 2013
Tuesday 17 September at 3:00 PM in the WVC Theater
Screening of White Like Me, a new documentary film that explores
race through the lens of whiteness and white privilege.
Followed by conversation with anti-racist educator and author Tim Wise.
Saturday 12 October 10:00 AM in the Campus Center
Senior researcher, Andresse St. Rose, Ed.D., discusses
AAUW report on women in community colleges.
Wednesday 16 October 2:05 PM WVC Campus Center Lower Level Lounge
National Hispanic Heritage Month: Screening of brand new film
Latinos Beyond Reel: Challenging a Media Stereotype,
followed by panel discussion.
Thursday 17 October 4:00 PM in Fox Center Rm120
Art historian Dr. Paul Koudounaris will lecture on his latest book, Heavenly Bodies,
about the Germanic tradition of bejeweling and decorating skeletons.
Wednesday 23 October at 2:00 PM in the WVC Theater
National Hispanic Heritage Month: Screening of Harvest of Empire:
The Untold Story of Latinos in America, a powerful documentary film
followed by conversation with the
Co-Director and Producer Eduardo Lopéz.
Monday 4 November at 2:30 PM in the Global Citizenship Center, Campus Center
Community Read: discussion with Cristina Garcia (via Skype)
and those who read her novel King of Cuba.
Monday 18 to Friday 22 November in the Campus Center
Global Entrepreneurship Week,
Extreme Entrepreneur Tour, Start Up Cup
Global Student Club, contact Vicky.Kalivitis@westvalley.edu
Student Mini-Salzburg scholarship and collaboration with Leigh High School, contact Anna.Brichko@westvally.edu
Global Student Panel collaboration with Leigh High School Students, contact Vicky.Kalivitis@westvalley.edu
These events are free and open to everyone. They are the result of various collaborations with the WVC Library, the office of Student Activities and Campus Center, and the support of the SB70 Global Entrepreneurship grant.