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Fall 2017 Lunch on Us Calendar

Monday

Quench | Hosted by the LGBT Resource Center

Location: Women’s Resources Center, 616 E. Green St., Suite 202, Champaign **New Address**

September 18 :: Undocuqueer: Coming Out of the Shadows & Coming Out of the Closet, Jorge Mena Robles, Assistant Director, La Casa Cultural Latina

October 2 :: Embodying Your Authentic Self: Your Key to Success, LaTonya Wilkins, Director of Talent Management, College of Business

October 16 :: Queering Family, Culture, & Religion in the Filipino-American Community, Kenny Importante, Asst. Director, Asian American Cultural Center

October 30 :: Changing Expectations: What to Expect When You’re a Queer Rabbi in the South, Rabbi Ari Nevah, Hillel Center for Jewish Life

Dish It Up | Hosted by the Women’s Resources Center

616 E. Green St., Suite 202, Champaign **New Address**

September 11 :: Womxn in Prison: A Closer Look at the Rising Rates of Womxn’s Incarceration, Araceli Diaz, Assistant Director, La Casa Cultural Latina

September 25 :: Networks of Care and Consciousness: Black Doulas and Birth Work in Post-Katrina New Orleans, Isis Rose, Doctoral Student, Department of Anthropology

October 9 :: Trigger Warnings: History, Theory, Context, Emily Knox, PhD, Assistant Professor, School of Information Sciences. In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October 23 :: Domestic Violence and the Law: Reflections from a Court Advocate, Lisa Little, ICADV, Court Advocate, Courage Connection. In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Tuesday

Food for Thought | Hosted by the Asian American Cultural Center

1210 W. Nevada St., Urbana

September 5 :: The Problem of Cultural Appropriation: The Culinary Case, Martin Manalansan, Associate Professor, Department of Asian American Studies 

September 12 :: Let’s Talk About It: Mental Health and College Students, Counseling Center Team

September 19 :: Talk Time with Eddy: Pursuing My Interests, Eddy Wong, Asian American Association

September 26 :: Emerging Diversity and Inclusion Frameworks for South Asian Students, Purvi Patel, Center for Diversity & Inclusion, Wash U. St. Louis

October 3 :: Islam, A Liberal Agenda, Ahsan Ali, Muslim Student Association

October 10 :: Addressing Inclusion & Intersectionality of  Living Out Loud, Queer Student Panel

October 17 :: Diwali Celebration, Indian Student Association

October 24 :: Post-US Election Impact on Academic Life and Activity at UIUC, Anita Chan, Associate Professor, and Veronica Paredes, Assistant Professor, Media & Cinema Studies

October 31 :: Wellbeing in Asian Cultures, Counseling Center

Wednesday

Food for the Soul | Hosted by the Bruce D. Nesbitt African American Cultural Center

51 E. Gregory Dr. Champaign

August 30 :: “Welcome Black” picnic

September 6 :: “I Am Not Your Negro” Partial Screening & Discussion

September 13 :: Let’s Talk About It: Mental Health and College Students, Sankofa Outreach Team, Counseling Center

September 20:: Everyday Leadership, Ashley M. Davis, MBA, Assistant Director, BNAACC

September 27 :: Yet With a Steady Beat: Celebrating Black Chorus at 50, Dr. Ollie Watts Davis, Professor of Voice, Director, Black Chorus

October 4 :: My PhD Journey: A Panel

October 11 :: In the Black: Understanding Our Finances, Ashley M. Davis, MBA, Assistant Director, BNAACC

October 18 :: Hoodies and Handcuffs: Black Men and the Prison Industrial Complex, Nathan Stephens, MSW, Director, BNAACC

October 25 :: 100 Strong: Together We March On, 100 Strong E-Board 

Thursday

Lunch @ La Casa | Hosted by La Casa Cultural Latina

1203 W. Nevada St., Urbana

September 7 :: Meet ’n Greet, La Casa Cultural Latina Professional Staff

September 14 :: GEO 101: What is the Graduate Employees’ Organization? Graduate Employee Organization

September 21 :: Myths and Realities about Undo/DACAmented Individuals, Illinois Coalition Assisting Undocumented Students’ Education (I-CAUSE)

September 28 :: Early Students from Latin American and the Caribbean at the University of Illinois, Salvatore Victor De Sando, Archives Assistant, University Library

October 5 :: Access to Health Care, America Carrillo, UIC Nursing Student & La Casa Cultural Fall Intern

October 12 :: Día de la Resistencia, Student Panel

October 19 :: Latinx Communities Health Disparities, McKinley Health Center’s Special Populations

October 26 :: TBA, Heather A. Hathaway Miranda, Illinois Latina/Latino Alumni Association

Friday

Chat n Chew | Hosted by Native American House

1206 W. Nevada St., Urbana

September 1:: Native American House: Meet ‘n Greet, Gioconda Guerra Perez, Interim Director & Beverly Smith, Assistant Director, Native American House

September 15 :: American Indian & Archives at UIUC Archives Research Center, Anna Trammell, Archival Operations & Reference Specialist

October 6 :: American Indian Studies Library Services: An Information Session, Cynthia Ingold, Gender Studies and Multicultural Services Librarian

October 20 :: The Colonial Context of the Standing Rock Protest and Dakota Access Pipeline, Issac Akande, Doctoral Candidate, Education Policy Organization & Leadership

Conversation Café | Hosted by Diversity & Social Justice Education

at the University YMCA Latzer Hall in collaboration with the YMCA’s Friday Forum series, 1001 S. Wright St., Champaign
Paid for in part by the Student Sustainability Fee

September 8 :: Standing Rock and the Power of Indigenous Youth Voices, Thomas Tonatiuh Dominguez-Lopez, International Indigenous Youth Council

September 22 :: A Half Century of Protecting and Restoring the Waters of the United States, David Ullrich, The Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Cities Initiative

September 29 :: Neighborhood Approaches to Environmental Justice, Local Panel featuring Lierman Neighborhood Action Committee and 5th and Hill Neighborhood Rights Campaign

October 13 :: One Barrier Too Many: Understanding What It Means To Bicycle in Black and Latino Communities, Charles Brown, Voorhees Transportation Center and Rutgers University

October 27 :: Environmental Changes and Indigenous Peoples: The Interconnectedness of Land Loss, Shared Cultural Experiences, and Trauma, Shanondora Billiot, School of Social Work