Join us as we celebrate the life and legacy of César Chávez in 2019
MLK/César Chávez Food Drive
February 11 through March 29
The food drive supports the LMC Food Pantry for students. Non-perishable/non-expired food donations can be dropped off at the LMC Food Pantry (CC3-817 in the College Complex, between the Veterans Resource Center and the Cafeteria) or at the Office of Student Life (GA Building at the front of campus, between the Child Study Center and LMC Lake).
CASH FOR COLLEGE: Awakening the Dream
Saturday, February 23, 10AM - 3PM
Students and community members are invited to LMC to learn about financial aid, drop-in legal consultation, and resources for college. Bring your paperwork and fill out the CA Dream Act, FAFSA, and other financial aid forms at our drop-in lab with campus financial aid administrators. Bring relevant documents and work directly with legal counsel in drop-in, first-come first-serve appointments. This conference welcomes Dreamers, Mixed Status Students, Allies, and Families.
Nomination deadline for 2019 César Chávez Awards
Thursday, February 28
Civic & Student Leaders Networking Lunch
Monday, March 11, 12-1:30PM
This event provides an opportunity for LMC's emerging student leaders to connect with East Contra Costa County leaders and dialogue about leadership, learning, service and community -- topics consistent with the core values established by César Chávez.
Women's History: Dolores Huerta
Date to be determined
In celebration of Women's History, the LMC history department wants to explore the impact, inclusion, and exclusion of women's contributions to historical development. To help us accomplish this goal, we will celebrate the life of local activist, Dolores Huerta through her work, words, and activism.
Blindspotting: Film Screening & Discussion
Thursday, March 14, at Maya Cinemas
Facilitated by: Dr. Sabrina T. Kwist, Dean of Equity & Inclusion at LMC; and Sascha Brown, Coordinator of Social Justice at Mills College.