Archive for September, 2010

SOCC Space Registration Form

Deadline Friday, October 29th

Follow this link to fill out a Space Registration form

You will be notified by November 5th about whether or not we will be able to host your workshop.

The “brief description” will be used for our programs.

SOCC Space Description

Healing Spaces Much like traditional caucus spaces, healing spaces are meant for people who identify with the space to come and talk about issues that affect
their communities in a safe space. We ask that these spaces remained close.
e.g. A First People’s Healing Space would be a closed space for anyone that identifies with the First Peoples identity.
Action Spaces These are spaces that have to do with a specific issue that people feel should be worked on. These spaces are not closed so that people that identify closely with an issue as well as allies that would like to work on this issue are encouraged to attend.
e.g. A DREAM Action Space would be a space for people that are interested on working on a campaign to work on the DREAM Act would attend.
Learning Space Much like traditional workshops, these spaces are for the education of fellow students, and anyone that would like to learn more on an issue is encouraged to attend.
e.g. How to be a QPOC Ally would be a space for people to learn how to become better allies to the QPOC community.
The spaces that are used as examples do not already exist and anyone is welcome to create these spaces..

Click on the following link to print. Space Description Worksheet


Meet Daniel Alvarenga

Daniel Alvarenga


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“Above all, try always to be able to feel deeply any injustice committed against any person in any part of the world. It is the most beautiful quality of a revolutionary.” – Ernesto “Che” Guevara

Meet Alfredo Del Cid

Alfredo “Alfie” Del Cid
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Meet Megan Foronda

Megan Foronda


1st year, Biology Major

“Live in the sunshine, swim the sea, drink the wild air.” -R. Emerson