Dreamers @ LPC
- Dreamers @ LPC Home
- In-state Tuition vs. Dream Act vs. DACA
- Latinx/Hispanic Heritage Month 2020
- New Student Checklist for Dreamers
- Official Statements of Support
- Scholarships & Opportunities
- Student Club: Dreamers Thriving, Not Surviving
- Student Resources
- UndocuAlly Resources
- UndocuAlly Task Force Mission Statement
- UndocuAlly Task Force Accomplishments
- Undocumented Student Action Week
- Who You Can Talk To
9/15-10/15 Winter Preparation for Farm Workers
Website Link: http://mypuente.org/
Winter is coming and many Farmworkers live in apartments that lack proper heating units. To show our appreciation to their dedication and work during this time, the Dreamers Thriving Not Surviving Club and the UndocuAlly Taskforce are leading a supply drive to help Farmworkers in need. If you want to help you can donate to http://mypuente.org/ or donate any new fleece blankets. You can donate the fleece blankets by contacting Alain Olavarrieta at email@example.com.
9/15-10/15 LPC Online Library Display
In honor of Latinx/ Hispanic Heritage Month, the LPC Library will feature an online display of relevant books and other library materials.
Library homepage where there will be a carousel of LHHM books/movies scrolling through:
A new LHH resource guide featuring art, music, movies, ebooks, etc.:
9/15-10/15 Caras de Las Positas
flickr gallery: www.flickr.com/photos/189989655@N04/albums/72157715795966232
The goal of the project is to introduce the LatinX faces of our campus community by having their profiles exhibited in our flickr gallery.
9/15-10/15 Spotify Playlist
Celebrate Latinx/Hispanic Heritage Month big and loud with some of the songs from the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Colombia, Cuba, Chile, Guatemala, Puerto Rico, Brazil! These playlists showcase the diversity and unity across the Latin diaspora.
9/17 Constitution Day
Website Link: http://www.laspositascollege.edu/lpcsg/lpcsg_events.php
Each year we recognize September 17th as the anniversary of the ratification of the U.S. Constitution in 1787. Created in 1956, the purpose of the celebration is to promote civics education and the study of the U.S. Constitution.
9/30 Dia de Los Muertos Video by LPC Puente Club
Video Link: https://youtu.be/sazA0f4Qggc
In this video, the Puente Club at LPC will be discussing the various different traditions that Dia de Los Muertos has, specifically in Mexico. We will go over some traditional foods, decorations, ceremonies, and the history behind it. We will also be including some pictures of Puentistas celebrating this holiday or a picture of their loved ones.
10/2 Dreamers' Resources Information Session
Zoom Link: https://cccconfer.zoom.us/j/98410908536
We will go over:
10/8 Mi Familia Militar: Stories of Serving My Country as a Latinx
Join us in celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month. Hear Latinx student veterans share their military experiences in a panel discussion.
Five Latinx student veterans representing various military branches will share their personal experiences and stories regarding the intersectionality between their Latinx and military identities.
Livesteam link: https://livestream.com/lpc/veteranshispanicheritagemonth
10/12 Reyna Grande's A Dream Called Home Discussion & Memoir Writing Activity
Zoom Link: https://cccconfer.zoom.us/j/91969743156
Join us for LPC’s campus-wide read of Reyna Grande's latest memoir, A Dream Called Home, "an inspiring account of one woman’s quest to find her place in America as a first-generation Latina university student and aspiring writer determined to build a new life for her family one fearless word at a time" (Atria). “Grande...writes with strength and passion of her life’s journey….This uplifting story of fortitude and resilience looks deeply into the complexities of immigration and one woman’s struggle to adapt and thrive in America” (Publishers Weekly starred review).
10/19-10/23 Undocumented Student Action Week
Serving the largest number of undocumented students in the state, California Community Colleges are committed to serving ALL students, regardless of immigration status. In its 4th year, Undocumented Student Action Week, October 19-23, 2020, is a system-wide campaign to advocate and provide support resources for our undocumented student population. During the week, California’s community colleges are encouraged to engage in advocacy and support efforts in solidarity with undocumented students throughout the state.