2018-19 UNHERD SERIES
Sept. 16: 1 - 5:30 p.m.
A JOURNEY IN TRANSFORMATIVE SELF-CARE
In partnership with CSDC
Psychologist, Dr. Emilie B. Joseph, will keynote a half-day symposium focused on fostering resilience and self-care strategies for marginalized communities. The symposium includes a special consideration for the needs of students with marginalized identities navigating predominately white spaces by highlighting diverse cultural and community-related practices.
Attendees will engage in a series of breakout sessions, or self-care labs, including drumming, mindful stretching, drag performance, subversive stitching, journaling, walking labyrinth and more.
Oct. 23: 6 - 8 p.m.
POST TRAUMATIC SLAVE SYNDROME
The Theory of Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome suggests that centuries of slavery followed by systemic racism and oppression have resulted in multigenerational adaptive behaviors-some of which have been positive and reﬂective of resilience, others that are detrimental and destructive.
Co-sponsored by Dean of Students Office, Counseling & Student Development, and the Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity
Nov. 27: 7 p.m.
Co-sponsorship for Trans Awareness with GSA & LGBTQ Resources
Writer and director Sydney Freeland was born and raised on a Navajo reservation in Gallup, New Mexico-dubbed "Drunktown." The disconnect between her experiences and the media's portrayal of reservation life led to the 2014 Sundace success, Drunktown's Finest.
The film portrays three young Navajo - an adopted college student, a young father-to-be, and a trans woman who dreams of being a model. All strive to escape the hardships of life on a reservation.
I'M COUNTING ON MYSELF TO TELL THE TRUTH...
Richard Van Camp
Internationally renowned storyteller and best-selling author, Richard Van Camp will present a workshop on writing your own story. A proud member of the Dogrib (Tlicho) Nation from Fort Smith, NWT, Canada, Richard's novel, The Lesser Blessed, is now a movie with First Generation.
March 27: 7 p.m.
DEAR BROWN AMERICA
Is racism still just black and white? In this interactive presentation, Dr. Rahuldeep Gill questions what it means to be "brown" in the current cultural and political moment. With the goal of building deep solidarity across lines of difference, Dr. Gill explores the valences of identities in the communities we inhabit.
Annual Civil Rights Spring Break Trip
National Memorial For Peace & Justice
Join MSS as we partner with Dr. Jaye Autsin Williams to visit the newly opened National Memorial for Peace & Justice. The memorial is the nation's first memorial dedicated to the legacy of enslaved black people, people terrorized by lynching, African Americans humiliated by racial segregation and Jim Crow, and people of color burdened with contemporary presumptions of guilt and police violence.
We will also visit notable civil right's sites throughout Selma and Montgemery including:
- The Edmund Pettus Bridge
- National Voting Rights Museum
- Brown Chapel AME and
- The Rosa Parks Library & Museum
Applications available at www.bucknell.edu/destinationfreedom
Due by Nov. 30, 2018