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Community and Civic Engagement

Tent City 2014

EDUCATE, ENGAGE, MOBILIZE, TRANSFORM

Join in the conversation during a weeklong campout in the Main Quad to discuss the ways in which economic inequality impacts different communities from resource issues concerning

  • higher education funding
  • underrepresented populations
  • living wages
  • financial aid
  • incarceration rates
  • undocumented students
  • human rights
  • student employment
  • homeless encampments
  • environmental justice... and more!
*See the schedule of workshops and daily itineraries below.

Tent City itinerary and workshop schedule is subject to change.


Sunday, Feb. 23

6-730 p.m. Set-up
730-830 p.m. Dinner
830-930 p.m. Study Sesh
930-11p.m. Check-ins
11 p.m. Lights Out


Monday, Feb. 24

130-230 p.m. Information outreach to students
230-430 p.m. Environmental Sustainability Workshops
430-630 p.m. Open Mic
630-830 p.m. Study Sesh
830-930 p.m. Dinner
930-1030 p.m. Check-ins
1030 p.m. Lights out


Tuesday, Feb. 25

1230-130 p.m. Outreach for ‘Inequality for All’ Film Screening
130-430 p.m. Film Screening & Panel
430-530 p.m. Event Debrief
530- 730 p.m. Open Mic
730-930 p.m. Study Sesh
930-1030 p.m. Dinner
1030-11 p.m. Check-ins
11 p.m. Lights out


Wednesday, Feb. 26

130-230 p.m. Information outreach to students
230-430 p.m. Students For Justice Workshop
430-630 p.m. Open Mic
630-830 p.m. Study Sesh
830-930 p.m. Dinner
930-1030 p.m. Check-ins
1030 p.m. Lights out


Thursday, Feb. 27
130-230 p.m. Information outreach to students
230-430 p.m. Phi Theta Kappa Workshop
430-630 p.m. Open Mic
630-830 p.m. Study Sesh
830-930 p.m. Dinner
930-1030 p.m. Check-ins
1030 p.m. PACK UP

Tents in Main Quad

 

Join us for a rare screening of Inequality for All, Robert Reich’s critically acclaimed documentary on the widening income gap in the U.S. that’s perhaps the defining issue of our time.

Inequality for AllThe film will be followed by a panel dialogue on how to advocate for systemic change within higher education. Panel members will include Brian Murphy, De Anza president; Cynthia Kaufman, director, ICCE; and Crystallee Crain, De Anza political science instructor.

 

Cupertino Mayor Evan Low will introduce the film.

This is a free event with food provided!

 

"WE MAKE THE RULES OF THE ECONOMY, AND WE HAVE THE POWER TO CHANGE THOSE RULES."

~Robert Reich,
former U.S. Secretary of Labor

 

Powered by De Anza Associated Student Body; Asian Pacific American Students For Leadership;  Latino/a Empowerment At De Anza; Students for Justice; and ICCE

 

Join the conversation now on Facebook.

 

 



Institute of Community and Civic Engagement

Building: East Cottage
Contact: Cynthia Kaufman
Phone: 408.864.8739

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Last Updated: 2/24/14