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10-Second Bio: Partha Chakraborty, street art enthusiast

Meet Applications Programmer Partha Chakraborty, a longtime Oakland resident with a deep appreciation for the city’s diverse culture and public art.

Save the dates: BSFO Juneteenth events

The Black Staff and Faculty Organization has many plans in motion in celebration of Juneteenth — June 19, 2021.

Wednesday: APISA presents Dr. Lisandro E. Claudio on Philippine history

Learn about the People Power Revolution in the Philippines — including the influence of the Catholic Church, U.S. government and political elites.

Postponed: PACSW presents equity advocate Shonté Thomas

The next Women We Admire event will feature Shonté Thomas, M. Ed., associate dean of students for UC Riverside’s Ethnic & Gender Centers.

Tuesday: Beth Rose Middleton will speak on Native American environmental challenges

The UC Davis scholar will present her research on Native environmental policy and Native activism for site protection during the next UC Distinguished Scholars webinar.

APISA brings more Philippine history to UCOP

On March 19, Dr. Lisandro E. Claudio of UC Berkeley will host a presentation and Q&A about the People Power Movement in the Philippines.

How much do you know about UC’s Asian American Pacific Islander community?

Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Heritage Month runs the course of May and is the perfect time to celebrate the accomplishments of a diverse and talented UC community.