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Salmon Will Run: documentary film premiere

Thursday, Jun 29, 3:30 pm
UO EMU/Erb Memorial Union Multicultural Center room 109

Salmon Will Run:  documentary film premier --

with Nahkoe performing and speakers!




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MCC and City MEChA Sum-up Conference  of Bridges (OMAP) Outreach/Mentoring/Achievement Programs

Thursday, Jun 29, 6:30 pm
UO longhouse, OR




Mcc/citywide Mecha Sum-up Conference 

of Outreach/Mentoring Programs

 · Hosted by City Wide MECA and UO  MCC



Thursday, June 29 at 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

uo longhouse



City Wide M.E.Ch.A and MCC would like to invite you all to attend and honor these amazing hard working students, on their academic achievement, community...

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Adelina Anthony and D'Lo, filmmakers of "Bruising for Besos" (kisses) speak and show film

May 23 - May 24

Queer Chicanx filmmaker and performance artist Adelina Anthony and Trans Sri Lankan spoken word artist D'Lo, filmmakers of "Bruising for Besos" (kisses) speak and show their newly produced film and talk about the importance of media, culture, and inclusive social justice community-building. 



Queer Chicanx filmmaker and performance artist Adelina Anthony and Trans Sri Lankan spoken word artist D'Lo, filmmakers of "Bruising for Besos" (kisses) speak and...

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Activists PETER SHAPIRO (author of new book on the Watsonville Strike) & new Mayor-elect OSCAR RIOS, labor/SJ activist - "A supportive convo" on the Strike's lessons for Trump era....

Jan 25 - Jan 26
#109 EMU, Univ. of Oregon on Wed. at 6pm and 7:30pm in EMU Diamond Lake Rm // #101 library 2pm Thurs.


Activists Peter Shapiro (author of new book on the Watsonville Mexicana Strikers "The Stubborn One Thousand")

& new Mayor-elect OSCAR RIOS, (former Teamster labor/SJ activist) 


engage in "Supportive Conversations" about the way forward under Trump and the lessons gleaned from the historic victory of the 1,000 Watsonville (mainly Mexicana women) -- from their direct action organizing experiences for today's threatening crises of resurgent rightwing...

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Stand Up for Standing Rock Sioux Camp vs. DAP/ Dakota (Oil) Access Pipeline:SJ Activist Guest Speakers' Update!

Thursday, Nov 17, 6 pm
Native American Longhouse (behind law school)

Guest Speaker Activists and supporters:  A Historic  Struggle of Many Nations/Many Tribes to Protect Rivers, the Water and Sovereign Rights:

The Standing Rock Sioux Camp & Many tribal Nations Vs. corporate DOPAL/ Dakota Oil Access Pipeline --  Speakers and showing of  film clips!  

-Cerisse Palmenteer - Indigenous Environmental Network, SF; Native oregonian/Yakima and Colville tribe; her family is on the front lines!

-Tee Sahme - Warm Springs Canoe Family; AIM,...

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Journalist/Author Reese Erlich Speaks on Crisis in Syria

Wednesday, Nov 9, 6 pm
150 Columbia

Journalist/Author Reese Erlich Speaks on Crisis in Syria!

Speaking about the ongoing civil war and revolutions in Syria.

Award-winning Author of "Inside Syria" and best-selling "Target Iraq".

(books available)

150 Columbia, UO...

Free admission and refreshments

cosponsored by ROAR and MCC

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Mic Crenshaw & mama C - Int'l Hip Hop Activists Perform and speak!

Thursday, Nov 3, 6 pm
100 Willamette, UO

Come Hear Mama C and Mic Crenshaw Perform and Share Their Stories Through Song, Spoken Word, Lecture, and Q&A

Free admission and refreshments!

Mama C, former Black Panther, poet, musician, healer, revolutionary and teacher, & the subject of a new film. After leaving the US in political exile with her husband Pete O' Neal in 1970 on bogus charges, Mama C. and Mzee Pete O' Neal built a community center, orphanage, school and recording studio in Arusha, Tanzania. They...

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Social Justice Activists/educators/ex-Black Panther leader ERICKA HUGGINS; And Immigrant Rights/Anti-War Activist/ Brown Beret co-founder CARLOS MONTES; And community activist EDEN JEQUINTO speak!

May 17 - May 18
Tuesday 6:30pm Talks/ Q&A with Guests at 156 Strauib Hall // and Wed. 10:15am breakfast Meet & Greet at EMU Mills Center


Tues. -- May 17  Program:  

Tuesday, May 17th --  (6:30-8:30pm)   Ericka Huggins, Carlos Montes, Eden Jequinto Speak!    

                          Black/ Brown and Intersectional Empowerment and Resistance Matter!

                           Q @ A panel with MCC student staffers and Professors Hames-Garcia and Alaii Reyes-Santos...

8:30pm  Pizza with guests...

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Angela Davis

Wednesday, May 11, 7 pm
Straub 156

Angela Davis is coming to UO campus! Angela Y. Davis is known internationally for her ongoing work to combat all forms of oppression in the U.S. and abroad. Over the years she has been active as a student, teacher, writer, scholar, and activist/organizer. She is a living witness to the historical struggles of the contemporary era. She will be discussing issues of intersectionality and prison industrial complex as well as her experience as a woman of color in social justice...

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Mcc pizza Studybreak / Winter Open House with food, good talk….at MCC

Thursday, Jan 21, 7:30 pm
Multicultural Center in EMU

Mcc Board invites you to a study break to schmooze on Jan. 21 Thursday at 6:30 to take a load off your feet and relax with pizza, and other goodies….

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MCC Board-Unions Welcome Back "Posada" reception!

Thursday, Jan 14, 6:30 pm
gerlinger lounge

A welcome back social network Potluck gathering to catch-up and meet new and

old friends...Jan. 14, Thursday at Gerlinger Lounge.  Music and games.

(Some add'l. food will be provided along with your potluck contributions.)


(Please contact Steve or Max  346-4321 re: potluck items...)

re: what you or your group might bring, so we can fill in gaps....)

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UO MCC Summer Kick-Off Event!

Wednesday, Jul 8, 6:30 pm
Collier lawn

Hi everyone!

We would love to invite you all to our Summer Kick-Off event on Tuesday, July 8 at 6:30 pm at the Collier Lawn! This space will be dedicated to building community among student union members who are hanging out in Eugene this summer as well as bring in new faces into the MCC community.

In addition, we will be brainstorming some ideas for summer events! This will give students the opportunity to sharpen their organizing and leadership skills AND have fun! Some...

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Monday, May 18, 6 pm
Lillis 185, University of Oregon

Hey all! Come join us in Lillis 185 next week Monday at 6pm to watch a film for AA/PI Heritage month! PACAlliance will be hosting several AA/PI films throughout the month of May, with refreshments! LEST WE FORGET

In the first week after the attacks on New York and Washington on September 11th 2001, one hundred and four Hindu temples were burned to the ground by racists who place all the blame for the attacks on the World Trade Centre and the Pentagon on all of Islam. Thousands of...

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Thursday, May 14, 5 pm
Lillis 185, University of Oregon

Hey all! Come join us in Lillis 185 next week Thursday at 5pm to watch a film for AA/PI Heritage month! The Multicultural Center will be hosting several AA/PI films throughout the month of May.  DELANO MANONGS: FORGOTTEN HEROES OF THE UNITED FARM WORKERS MOVEMENT The Delano Manongs tells the story of farm labor organizer Larry Itliong and a group of Filipino farm workers who instigated one of the American farm labor movement’s finest hours – The Delano Grape Strike of 1965 that brought...

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UO Women of Color Conference: Intertwined 2015

May 1 - May 3
Longhouse/ Global Scholars Hall

*** REGISTRATION: NOW OPEN: *** Intertwined is a FREE conference where students, professors, artists, community members and activists from the Northwest will come together to engage in discussion of how to build Women of Color Solidarity. This conference is designed to discuss strategies of change and celebrate our shared struggles through topics such as blogging, music and community organizing. This year’s panelists and workshop presenters will facilitate...

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PACAlliance Relaunch Party

Saturday, Jan 17, 4 pm
Many Nations Longhouse

You are invited to our PACAlliance Relaunch Party!!!  The party will be on Saturday, January 17, 2014 at 4:15 -6:30PM at the University of Oregon's Many Nations Longhouse! (Lots of free 2 hour parking nearby!) This event is to celebrate the history of PACAlliance as well as to honor the founders and those involved in the growth of PACAlliance and APASU (which historically have been sister organizations).  Join us for a chance to hang out with friends, eat great tasting food and see...

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MCC OPEN HOUSE (sponsored by mcc board)

Friday, Nov 21, 3 pm
mcc at the emu (next to Holden Center)

All welcome to the Multicultural Center and unions reps' Open House

with Free Food/drinks, Games, Entertainment, and FUN!  Meet new

awesome folk, the board and staff and check out our resources!

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Reese Erlich speaks: "A Reporter's First Hand Report: Assad, ISIS, Obama, and U.S. Middle East Policy"

Wednesday, Nov 19, 7 pm
Tsunami Books, 2585 Willamette St./26th, Eugene, OR

Veteran globe-trotting and award-winning reporter Reese Erlich assesses the rise of ISIS or IS/"Islamic State",  and whether the US military re-engagement helps or hurts the effort to stop it.

His fifth book is called "Inside Syria: the Backstory of Their Civil War and What the World Can Expect" published by Prometheus Books and distributed by Random House.  Foreword by Noam Chomsky.

Reese will give a talk and slideshow; refreshments.


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Steven Morozumi updated the event ADPI Freedom School Kick Off

MCC and All Union Study break and Open House

Wednesday, Nov 20, 6 pm
Westley Center on 1236 Kincaid St, Eugene, OR 97401 (541) 346-4694

All are invited to a Union/ MCC potluck and study break/ post midterms the Wesley Center (behind the bookstore)on 12356 Kincaid.  Come meet new and old friends and get social!...

(now that midterms are more or less done...) !


This event does not require an RSVP.

Union Party

Friday, Mar 16, 5:30 pm
Fir Room

The Multicultural Center Presents:

The Union Party! We're going to shake things up for YOU

Please come and celebrate with us an evening of dinner (potluck style) at 5:30 in the Multicultural Center.

AND then will walk/run/jog our way to the Fir Room for some DANCING!!

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