Social Justice Summit Schedule

Social Justice Summit 2024

Monday, March 4th, 2024

11am-12 (Goodwin Forum NHE_102): Beyond the Quad: Bridging Communities through Student Activism

12 - 1:30 pm Goodwin Forum (NHE_102): Institutional Anti-Racism Action Plan Open Forum 

Tuesday, March 5th, 2024

11 am - 1 pm (Library Fishbowl, Lib 209 & Virtual: ):  Dismantling Collateral Consequences 

3:00 PM - 5:00 pm (Gist Hall 218): Chisato Hughes, Many Moons

5 - 7 pm (Library 209): Overview of Chirla (Immigration Relief: Who Can Qualify and How to Apply) 

Wednesday, March 6th, 2024

9 am-11 am (Library 209):  I Am From" and "I Dream of a Community" by Child Development's CD 352

9:30 am-11 am (Library 114): Understanding Immigration: An introduction to the US immigration system (Exploring the Foundations: A Workshop on U.S. Immigration Laws and Policies) in Library 114

9:30-10:30 am (Meet at the Clarke Museum in Old Town Eureka) Eureka Chinatown Walking Tour. We will have a bus available for students, staff, and faculty who plan on visiting the Eureka Chinatown walking tour. The bus pick-up will be in front of Gist Hall at 9 AM and will return after the event to the same place for drop-off. The pick-up location is Laurel Dr., near Gist Hall, and will return to campus at 11 AM. There are 28 spaces available.

1-2 pm (Library 209):  International solidarity with the Palestinian Struggle 

2:30-3:30 pm (Library 209):  Know your rights 

5:30 - 7 pm (CC_260) Great Hall): Maurice, Ethics of Care, Philosophy Forum


Thursday, March 7th, 2024

11-12:30 (Library 114): Violence and Immigration Relief: U-visas, T-visas, VAWA, and SIJS & Special Immigrant Juvenile Status: What is it and who qualifies?)

1 - 3 pm (Native Forum BSS_162): Creating a Vision for Health and Longevity in Arcata: Insights from Shelly Trumbo and the Blue Zones Project

3 - 5 pm (Library 114): Seeds of Hope: Suicide Awareness Campaign

Friday, March 8th, 2024

11:00am-12:00 (Library 209): Special Immigrant Juvenile status