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Services provided by AS Creative Media Unit
KCSB News Presents: Unnatural Disasters & Environmental Racism
The focus of this panel is the implications of (Un) Natural Disasters on marginalized communities due to noninclusive and outdated policies. This will include discussion of case studies and their impact on communities as well as collaborative efforts in moving forward–envisioning how policy makers and government responses can incorporate marginalized communities.
Thank you to our sponsors, UCSB Environmental Affairs Board and the UCSB Students for Environmental Justice. The discussion will be broadcasted LIVE on KCSB.ORG and KCSB-FM 91.9 during our annual Fund Drive (February 20th- March 1st).
ZWC 2nd General Body Meeting
Environmental Justice Games!
KCSB-FM x IV Trading Post Yard Sale + Hangout
KCSB-FM and IV Trading Post are hosting a yard sale/hangout on Wed., February 27th in the KCSB Courtyard (under Storke Tower).
Stop by between 12p and 4p for some cool(?) kcsb swag, good(?) records and cds, interesting(?) individuals, and tasty(?) food.
Isla Vista Trading Post will be hosting a pop-up thrift shop where everyone that comes can take 3 items!
ALSO this event is during KCSB’s annual Fund Drive. So…if you’re so inclined, donations to this year’s Fund Drive can be made in-person at the event! For more info on what Fund Drive is and how you can help, visit: https://www.kcsb.org/kcsb-fm-2019-fund-drive/
Qtpocc Workshop Hosting Applications
Applications will be open until March 15th and the the conference is scheduled for May 17th – May 19th with the workshop sessions scheduled for Saturday, May 18th.
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AS Government Affairs would like to extend an invitation to attend workshops on Microagressions & Implicit Bias, hosted by Just Communities.
Just Communities offers cultural competency training to organizational leaders, education seminars for the general public, leadership training institutes for students and teachers, and customized consultation to local agencies for diversity and organizational change initiatives.
The first workshop is tomorrow Friday, March 1, 2019 located in the Harbor Room at the UCEN, and the topic is Microagressions. There are two sessions, the first is from 1:30pm-3:00pm, and the second is from 3:30pm-5:00pm. Both sessions will contain the same content, so please feel free to attend whichever best suits your schedules.
The second workshop is next Wednesday, March 6th located in the Mission Room at the UCEN, and the topic is Implicit Bias. There are two sessions, the first is from 1:30pm-3:00pm, and the second is from 3:30pm-5:00pm. Both sessions will contain the same content, so please feel free to attend whichever best suits your schedules.
RSVP to email@example.com. There will be light snacks provided, and in attendance will be students and staff alike. We look forward to seeing you there.
Volunteers Needed: Isla Vista Street Lighting Outreach
We will meet at the IVCSD office on the first floor for a canvassing orientation at 1pm, then canvassing should take about 2 hours.
Please hit going if you plan to come!
Free Noon Storke Show: Carter Ace
AS Program Board presents… a free Noon Storke Show ft. Carter Ace!
Stop by Storke Plaza on Friday, March 1st to enjoy a free show by Carter Ace, as well as FREE Guayaki Yerba Mates and KIND bars!
Carter Ace is a 5-person R&B band from Los Angeles, California that pulls influence from Rap/Hip-Hop, R&B, G-Funk, Soul, and Jazz in order to provide their unique sound. They recently released their single “I Think I’m Normal,” produced by Isom Innis of Foster the People.
As of now, they’ve racked up more than 400,000 streams across all platforms, performed at the NAMM show, opened for Wyclef Jean, and have been credited as a writer and vocalist on the RZA’s song “No Refuge” in 2017.
CAB ALTERNATIVE BREAK APPLICATIONS are open! Apply for a spring break you’ll always remember and make some college memories. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScWBYJAPXzQwTfEJZvAN9x7x4KSIh1nTqEP1SZooobzKUoPXQ/viewform … Deadline: Friday, March 1st at 11:59pm.
enjoy a FREE movie with your friends in IV Theater tomorrow! bring blankets, snacks, and most importantly your ACCESS CARD! There will be a 7pm and 10pm screening see you all there
Workshop Wednesday: “Screenwriting with Sean Lieberman, 2/27, 3-4pm AS Annex, Rm 141H. Ideation, outlining, character creation, formatting, and essential tips. A quick guide through the process of creating scripts for screens big and small. Students, staff, and faculty welcome.
Come learn more about the 2nd Annual Transfer Graduation at our Info Night. Join the committee or just get involved and enjoy FREE PIZZA! 2/27 6:30-7:30pm UCSB Transfer Student Center
Donut Forget Your Tenant Rights! Hosted by Office of the External Vice President for Local Affairs (EVPLA) and
@IVTenantsUnion Sun. 11AM–1PM Pardall Center Patio. Come de-stress with coffee, donuts, and free testing materials!
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UC Santa Barbra! HELLA BLACK will be live this Friday. S/o to the Black Student Union