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Contact: Visitors need to purchase a $1 parking ticket upon entering campus. For additional information contact faculty coordinator Shelley Savren at 986-5800, ext. 1951.
September 27: “Deaf Culture: Ears in Their Eyes Tali Dagan and Ignacio Ponce of Tri-County GLAD (Greater Los Angeles Agency for the Deaf) will use ASL to talk about Deaf culture and tell personal stories in of their lives as Deaf individuals growing up in a hearing world. Interpretation will be provided.
October 4, 2006: The Mythconceptions and Mysteries of Mexico Margaret M, Oxnard College English Professor, will provide visual, historical and cultural perspectives on Mexico today, with an emphasis on women artists and women of the Mexican Revolution. Her presentation will include photos of her recent travels through Central Mexico.
Oct.ober 11, 2006: When Is Sex Ever Safe?:
October 18, 2006: LGBTQ – Diversity: This Means You!
Reyna O’Neil, of the “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning” Center will define terms used to refer to this population. She will also talk about the coming out process and how to survive anti-gay harassment and physical or sexual assault.
November 1, 2006: Survival of an Argentinean ‘Disappeared’ Political Prisoner
Alicia Partnoy, poet, short story writer and political activist, will read from her work in both Spanish and English and will talk about her experience in an Argentinean concentration camp in the ‘70’s. She will also share stories of other victims of state terrorism in Latin America.
will be on the globalization of the economy with implications for American education.
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