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Addressing ACEs through Collective Recovery

In this conversation with Lourdes Rodriguez, David Armstrong, James Encinas, and Reginald Miller we invite you to learn more about preventing Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) in your community by assuring safe, stable, nurturing relationships and environments. Using collective recovery as a way to think about what is ours to do? the conversation builds on personal …

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Gardening In The Valley

Join Mindy Fullilove, MD and Landscape Architect Stephen Panasci in a presentation and discussion of Mindy’s newly installed garden. They’ll discuss what it means to design a garden with a sense of place along with ways to incorporate ecologically beneficial plantings and a sustainable edible garden.  With COVID-19 disruptions to our daily lives, outdoor spaces …

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Summer Reading Group: Ideas Arrangements Effects

Join DS4SI and U of O in their upcoming book group! Using the Ideas–Arrangements–Effects framework from DS4SI’s new book, we will dig into techniques and examples for sensing arrangements, intervening in unjust ones, and imagining new, more sustainable and joyful ones.  Meetings are Monday’s in August from 5PM to 6PM. To participate: Download a FREE …

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Summer Reading Group: From Enforcers to Guardians

UofO Reading Group: “From Enforcers to Guardians”In partnership with DS4SI and Maplewood Memorial Library. Mindy Fullilove, UofO Co-founder, and Hannah Cooper wrote From Enforcers to Guardians to help people understand how police violence affects health and to understand possible paths forward. You can download a free PDF of the book below, a précis for each …

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Nupurspectives #2

In this episode, Nupur Chaudhury talks to Molly Rose Kaufman about the need to learn from past organizers and movements and how it can help us find out what we are for. Watch below and check out episode 1, an interview with Lourdes Hernandez Rodriguez, here!

UofO 2020 Graduation!

Join us for this year’s University of Orange Graduation Ceremony!Monday June 29th, 6PM: Free Registration on Eventbrite We cannot wait to celebrate all of your accomplishments at our graduation this year on Monday, June 29th.  We are honored to have Ayako Maruyama as both our graduation speaker and the designer of what is sure to …

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Making Latkes with Sadie Gitl

Sadie Gitl teaches how to make delicious latkes using a recipe from Jewish Cookery by Leah Leonard. Sadie learned this recipe especially for Passover but latkes are delicious any time of the year. They are also easy to make, and with few ingredients.

Offerings & Reflections: Guitar Around the World

Guitar Around The World with Phil PassantinoThursday June 18th, 5:30PM, register at eventbrite.  UofO’s Music City program presents Offerings & Reflections from musicians, music educators, and music lovers in our community.  Join us on June 18th at 5:30pm for Phil Passantino’s ‘Guitar around the world’ workshop. A free guitar workshop. Everyone is welcome, guitarists and non-guitarists a …

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Birding with Yamina!

Join Yamina Nater-Otero on the University of Orange’s Digital Campus to explore the world of bird watching! You’ll learn how to identify birds commonly seen in Orange, and discover new ways to explore your neighborhood. This online workshop will also explore current issues of equity and diversity in bird watching, the white-washed history and culture …

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‘Quaranzines’ with Aya

‘Quaranzine’ making and reflecting on place and public space with Ayako Maruyama.

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