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Generations of Southeast Asian Youth: Assimilation, Styling and (Racial) Profiling

Pao Lee Vue, Assistant Professor of Sociology and Program Co-director of Women and Gender Studies at St. John Fisher College, will talk about “Generations of Southeast Asian Youth: Assimilation, Styling and (Racial) Profiling” on Thurs., Dec. 8, 2016, from 3:30-4:30pm … Continue reading

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Diversity Forum: Learn more

The 2016 Diversity Forum on Nov. 1-2, hosted by Student Affairs, offers a variety of sessions that may interest you! Please attend any sessions listed below that appeal to you. See descriptions of these sessions at http://www.uww.edu/diversity/diversity-forum Tuesday, November 1 … Continue reading

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Color of Success

On Wed., Oct. 19, all UWW students and employees are invited to the Color of Success: Native American Students in Higher Education and Beyond symposium in UC 275A: 9 a.m.: Opening 9:30-10:30am Native Culture 10:45-11:45am Education & Healthcare 1:45-2:45pm Law … Continue reading

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Challenges black lawyers face when representing black clients

David Hart, Public Defender, will deliver a talk called “Bar none: The challenges black lawyers face when representing black clients in the criminal justice system” on Thursday, October 6, at 3:30 p.m. in University Center room 275A. It’s part of … Continue reading

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New Stuff Tuesday – May 31, 2016

Sleeping Giant: How the New Working Class Will Transform America by Tamara Draut HD8072.5 .D73 2016 New Arrivals, 2nd floor Tamara Draut’s latest work outlines the evolution of working class Americans over the past 50 years. While the core of … Continue reading

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Adopting the New Forest Guardian in America: The ‘No Trespassing’ Sign

Pao Vue, Ph.D. student in UW-Madison’s Department of Geography, will talk about “Adopting the New Forest Guardian in America: The ‘No Trespassing’ Sign” from 3:30-4:30pm on Tuesday, April 5, 2016 in UC275A. It’s the last Southeast Asian Heritage Lecture for … Continue reading

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Why being who you really are is a radical act

Bridget Birdsall, an author and artist, will talk about “Why being who you really are is a radical act” from 6:30-8pm on Tues., Apr. 12 in the UC Hamilton Room. Birdsall will talk about her young adult novel Double exposure, … Continue reading

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The Economic Contribution of Immigration in America

Dr. Alfonso Morales, Associate Professor of Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, will talk about “The Economic Contribution of Immigration in America” on Tues., Mar. 29, from 3:30pm-4:30pm in UC 275A. It’s part of the Latino Heritage … Continue reading

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Economic development and the limits of indigenous sovereignty

Dr. Doug Kiel, UW-Whitewater alumnus and Assistant Professor of American Studies at Williams College (MA), will talk about “Economic development and the limits of indigenous sovereignty” on Wed., March 16, from 3:30pm-4:30pm in the UC Summers Auditorium. It’s the last … Continue reading

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Transforming Cultures to Create Gender Equity

KaYing Yang, social justice activist, as well as co-founder of the artisan community support site RedGreen Rivers™ and the community campaign Building Our Future that focuses on ending gender-based violence, will talk about “Transforming Cultures to Create Gender Equity” at … Continue reading

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