Knowledge Community Chats
Knowledge Community Chats are a series of discussions exploring issues of diversity and multiculturalism. These conversations will be lead by a student/faculty/staff facilitator(s) and will be interactive dialogue that strives for awareness and understanding about relevant, social issues for the Spartan community. Knowledge Community topics include but are not limited to:
- Cultural Identity
- Social Oppression
- Ally/ Accomplice Building
- Cross Cultural Communication
- News/Media relations to social movements
This series is launching fall 2017! Get to know your faculty and staff in a new and unique way! Our faculty and staff have many ways that social justice shows up not only in their work, but also in their lives outside of work. Hear about how their passions, their drive and their struggle show up in their lives, how they integrate their identities, and live out their purpose within the Spartan community!
Mosaic Open Mics
On the first Thursday of every month join in as students and Spartan community members share their talents in this open mic space; whether through spoken word, poetry, song, instrument, stand up, etc. This is a great space and time to support our Spartan talent and local performers!
Roses through Concrete
A series that promotes, explores and celebrates culture. Mosaic offers cultural programs that include live performances, workshops and presentations.
The LTR is a weekend, residential program that provides students, faculty and staff interactive activities and thought-provoking discussions about leadership theory, cross cultural issues and social justice frameworks. The LTR was developed to build a more understanding and open community that harnesses the power of coalitions through leadership efforts. The LTR provides an opportunity for honest dialogue about issues related to leadership, diversity, and how social justice shows up as we work to build the next generation of engaging leaders.
Hip Hop for Change Conference
The Hip-Hop for Change Conference is a collaborative effort between MOSAIC, University of San Francisco, and Mills College. People from all over the Bay Area come together to use hip-hop as a liberating tool to empower, encourage, develop artistry through interactive workshops, keynote presentations, and to build community.
Mosaic Co-sponsorship Opportunities
The Mosaic Cross Cultural Center offers co-sponsorship opportunities for student groups and campus departments for cultural programs that further the mission and goals of the Mosaic Cross Cultural Center.
Groups wishing to request co-sponsorship funding can
- Click here for the online form: http://bit.ly/MOSAICcosponsor
- Download a PDF copy of the form: Co-Sponsorship Form
- Pick one up at our Mosaic front desk in the Compean Diaz Student Union.
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