@ Guilford College, Founders Hall, East Gallery
2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Mark Rifkin is a UNCG English Professor whose “research primarily focuses on Native American writing and politics from the 18th century onward, exploring ways that Indigenous peoples have negotiated US racial and imperial formations. More recently, he has been drawing on queer theory to rethink the role kinship systems have played in Native governance and to address the ways US imperialism can be thought of as a system of compulsory heterosexuality.” Come and join the discussion!
Jane Fernandes: White Privilege and Power in the Deaf Community
@ Guilford College, Community Center
Deaf people have experienced oppression due to their language, culture, and ability, but the privilege and power gained from being white is often overlooked. Dr. Fernandes, who is deaf, will share her experience of the personal and systemic impact of white privilege and power in the Deaf community. She will explore intersections of oppression systems and their impact on struggles for racial justice. For more information:firstname.lastname@example.org.
@ Guilford College, Founders Lawn
1:30 pm-2:30 pm
Come support your fellow Guilford students representing the International Community as well as enjoy some great music and food, featuring again the popular and delicious cuisine from Zaytoon Mediterrean Restaurant, Da Reggae Cafe, Tandoor Cuisine. We look forward to seeing you there.
Film Screening “Occupation 101”
@ Guilford College, Multicultural Resource Center, King Hall
8:00 pm-10:00 pm
HEADS UP GUILFORD! WHAT? Film Screening OCCUPATION 101 WHEN? Wednesday April 3rd WHERE? King’s MRC Room WHY? Because America gives billions of dollars in annual “aid” to Israel! Which Israel uses to fund its illegal occupation and apartheid in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. The US prides itself with its democratic government, and this means that the ultimate responsibility for a nation’s actions rests with its citizens. This movie will show you what YOUR tax dollars are doing in Palestine!
Immigration in North Carolina: A Lunch Conversation
@ Guilford College, Gilmer Dining Room, Founders Hall
12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Have lunch with award-winning journalist Paul Caudros (author of “A Home on the Field”) and discuss immigration and human rights in North Carolina. Local guests also include Rev. David Fraccaro of Faith Action International House and members of the Greensboro International Soccer League. A sign-up sheet will be available to cover lunch for attendees who do not have a meal plan. Eat… listen… discuss… all are welcome to join this vital conversation! Sponsored by the English Department.
Queer Covers: Lesbian Survival Literature
@ Guilford College, Founders Hall, West Gallery
A traveling exhibit from the Lesbian Herstory Archives in Brooklyn, New York. Queer Covers focuses on mainstream publishers and on those representatives of the classic lesbian pulps that were best known and most widely available from 1939-1965. The cover art can be seen as lesbian camp or butch/fem icons. Please come and check out this exhibit! We look forward to seeing you there!
April 12-April 15
@ Guilford College
Guilford Rising (Facebook)
“Guilford Rising is a three-day conference consisting of over 25 workshops, DIY instructionals, lectures, panels, nature walks, and dance parties. Three meals a day will be provided!”
3:30-5:30 pm @ King Hall 127 (Guilford College)
A Lyrical Blast into the Past: Music that Moved Black Culture – Africana Brown Bag Discussion (hosted by BUS)
7-9 pm @ the Gilmer Room (Guilford College)
Journeys in Blackness – Honoring the Firsts Banquet
3-5 pm @ Joseph M Bryant Auditorium (Guilford College)
The Next 50 Years – Evaluation and Reconciling
Be sure to check out Guilford Farmer’s Market, held Wednesdays on campus outside the Grill from 2:30-4:30 all semester.
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