October – November 2014
For more than 20 years the AULA community has participated in AIDS Walk Los Angeles as part of Team Antioch Walks.
AIDS WALK LOS ANGELES 2014 INFORMATION:
- Date and time: Sunday October 12, 9:00 am
- Meet up location: Team assembly area in West Hollywood Park, where you’ll get a gorgeous t-shirt with our team’s name, Antioch Walks, on it.
- The Walk: Just over six miles at a comfortable pace, which usually takes until about noon.
- Guests: You’re welcome to bring friends, family, partners, kids, or come alone.
- To walk with us, register online ASAP at www.aidswalk.net/losangeles/participate/register Select the option “Join a Team” and then select Antioch Walks – #3189 from the list.
- Fundraising: Walkers are asked to have paying sponsors. The money raised goes to supports AIDS research and to help those living with HIV. Walkers are encouraged to ask people to donate in support of the walk, but you are welcome to walk even if you haven’t collected any money. If you want to raise money but aren’t sure how, email Antioch Walks team Captain Joy Turek, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us to celebrate the inaugural installation of AULA Library Art Projects – three shows a year featuring up and coming artists, local and otherwise.
The first installment in the series will showcase nine works from “Hunters, Timelines and Topographies” from artist Aaron Morse.
The artist’s reception will be held in the AULA Library on Thursday, October 16, 6 to 8 pm. All are welcome to attend!
“Pansy Division: Life in a Gay Rock Band”
A night of live music and film!
- Acoustic musical performance by Chris Freeman of the Pansy Division
- Musical performance by Heather Huff
- Audience Q&A
Free & open to the public
The AULA community is invited to submit works of expression for exhibition and/or auction at the 7th Annual Artistic Uprising. Past examples include painting, sculpture, photography, dramatic reading, performance art, music, dance, writing, film and video,
Questions? Willing to lend a hand? Email curator Kathrynn Cobbs at email@example.com
Submission forms are located online at www.AntiochLA.eduArtisticUprising
Proceeds from the sale of art and craft works benefit The Bridge Program, AULA’s humanities education program for low-income adults.
- Speaker Gopal Dayaneni, Climate Justice Fellow
- Eat a delicious vegan meal served by Sustainable Organic Local (SOL) Catering Cooperative
- Space is limited, so RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as you can!
Join us for a special celebration of our graduating students and alumni!
Briece Johansson – Civil Servants as Agents of Change: Empowering Employees Through Sustainability Education at the LA DWP
Brittney Perry- Rediscovering South LA: A Journey Through Sustainability
Adé Neff – RideOn! Bringing the Bicycle Co-Op Culture to South-West Los Angeles
David Mix – Communication Strategies for Thunder Valley CDC. Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, South Dakota
Alycia Chuney – Educating for Sustainability
James Obenshain – The Rotowaro Project: Journeys in Coal Mining From New Zealand to Kentucky
Helen Chin – Civic Engagement Through Popular Education, Stories, and Pictures
AULA is a short walk from the Culver City Transit Center, with access to multiple bus lines, including the 217 which runs north on La Cienega Boulevard to the metro train station at La Cienega and Jefferson Avenue.
Please RSVP to email@example.com
Microaggressions and Everyday Life: A Guide to Battling Everyday Discrimination with Dr. Kevin Nadal
- This presentation will focus on microaggressions – subtle, often unconscious forms of bias and discrimination that negatively affect people, particularly those of historically marginalized identity groups.
- 6PM: Reception, 6:30PM: Presentation, followed by book signing with Dr. Nadal
- Limited number of books will be available for purchase at the event, so order books ahead of time here
- FREE and open to the public
Dr. Kevin Leo Yabut Nadal is is an award-winning professor, psychologist, performer, activist, and author, who received his doctorate in counseling psychology from Columbia University in New York City. Currently, he is the Executive Director of the CLAGS: The Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies at the Graduate Center (GC) at the City University of New York (CUNY), as well as an Associate Professor of psychology at both John Jay College of Criminal Justice and GC- CUNY.
He is one of the leading researchers in understanding the impacts of microaggressions, or subtle forms of discrimination, on the mental and physical health of people of color, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people, and other marginalized groups. He has published over 50 works on multicultural issues in the fields of psychology and education. He is the author of the books Filipino American Psychology: A Handbook of Theory, Research, and Clinical Practice (2011, John Wiley and Sons) and Filipino American Psychology: A Collection of Personal Narratives (2010, Author House), a co-editor of Women and Mental Disorders (2011, Praeger), and the author of That’s So Gay: Microaggressions and the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Community (2013, APA Books).
Insight Out Speakers Series
Brought to you by the Master of Arts in Psychology Department at Antioch University Los Angeles
- Celebrating community college addiction studies programs
- Speakers include Dr. Karen Gehart and Dr. Carlton Blanton
- Students will present demonstrations of learning
- Four CEUs available for CATC credential
- Lunch provided
RSVP to Drew Williams by November 7.
Antioch University is proud to sponsor the 19th Annual LGBTIQ Psychotherapy Conference!
- Keynote speaker: Robert Weiss LCSW, CSAT-S (international sex addiction expert, renowned author & educator, founder of Sexual Recovery Institute) + many more noted clinicians in the field
- 6 continuing education units available
- Registration fee includes breakfast, lunch, & parking
- The registration deadline is November 10th, 2014. To register online, go here OR fill out this form and send it in before 11/10.