Events in the CWGE!

The CWGE hosts monthly programs forcusing on the core principle, "Respect for all persons." They include panels, speakers, spoken word, student performances, dance, music, art, self expression, and of course, food. Topics range from gender based violence to non traditional families, beauty norms, politics, and much more.Stop by the CWGE to learn more! 

CWGE Programs 2019-2020


ONGOING PROGRAMS OR MEETINGS:

 

Coffee, Creativity, and Community -

Every Wednesday at 6:30 pm

Put your creativity to work as you paint, write, cut, paste, and discover your own outlet for creatively expressing yourself during our Wednesday sessions. We will offer coffee, tea, snacks and music for you to enjoy as you connect with fellow community members, de-stress and most importantly, have fun. We will offer a theme every month to help inspire you!

 

PAINT NIGHT 9/18/19

ART NIGHT FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS 9/25/19

LOVE YOURSELF CUPCAKES AND REAL WOMEN HAVE CURVES MOVIE VIEWING 10/9/19

DIA DE LOS MUERTOS PREP-ART FOR LOVED ONES 10/16/19

DIA DE LOS MUERTOS ALTERMAKING 10/30/19

REWRITE THE SCRIPT-WENONAH WILMS 11/13/19

INDIGENOUS COMMUNITY CRAFTS 11/20/19

 

Life Coach Series 2019-2020

Lead by Sherry Ellingson: Lifestyle Coach & Yoga Teacher - Sherryellingson.com

Sherry is a first-generation Persian-American who moved here at the age of 8. She is a Certified Life Coach and a 200-hr Yoga Teacher. Sherry's focus is to help people reach Mind, Body and Emotional Freedom. She specializes in Self-care, Anxiety Management, Mindfulness, supporting College students in their lives, Pre-Marital Coaching, and more. 

 

FINDING YOUR CENTER IN THE MIDST OF CHAOS 9/25/19 @ 1 PM

BE YOUR BEST SELF SERIES 10/2/19 @ 6:30 PM

AN ATTITUDE OF GRATITUDE 11/6/19 @ 6:30 PM

STRESS MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP 12/4/19 @ 6:30 PM

PRESENTING THE BEST VERSION OF YOURSELF 1/8/20 @ 6:30 PM

SELF LOVE 2/19/20 @ 6:30 PM 

EQUITABLE RELATIONSHIPS & CONNECTIONS 3/6/20 @ 6:30 PM

NAVIGATING TRANSITIONS: NEXT STEPS 4/1/20 @ 6:30 PM

 

 

Pop-Up Programs:

 

The WRC will host/co-host pop-up programs as a space to talk about important social issues that impact our SMC community and/or the global environment.  The programs aim to highlight important information and to equip students with the information necessary to be agents of change in their own lives and for the community.

 


 

2019-2020 PROGRAMS

 

FINDING YOUR CENTER IN THE MIDST OF CHAOS 9/25/19

Remembering roots, carrying on stories, and amplifying voices. 1 pm in Claeys Lounge

DO WHAT YOU LOVE 10/16/19

1 pm in Orinda Room

HONORING INDIGENOUS VOICES WITH WENONAH WILMS 11/13/19

Join us in our screening and discussion of Waaboozand Fem 101, both written by Wenonah Wilms. Wilms won the title of 2018 Nicholl Fellow, for her award-winning screenplay Horsehead Girls. We invite all students to attend and hear her stories as an indigenous woman and writer. 1 pm Screening and Q&A in Hagerty Lounge

SCREENWRITING WORKSHOP WITH WENONAH WILMS 11/13/19

Coffee, Creativity and Community session! 7:30 pm in the Center for Women and Gender Equity

 

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