FUSE – Fighting for Unity and Student Enrichment held a rally today on the steps of the UMass Student Union.
Photo of the day: Rally.
Leaflets at the rally state, “By Fall 2010, the UMass administration plans to put the four resource centers that presently serve ALANA students into one program called the Center for Multicultural Advancement and Student Success (CMASS), to serve current and future ALANA students.”
A bit small than most UMass rallies, but the spirit was there.
Native Americans Student Services is one of the services centers at risk to being watered down.
Don't move our cheese.
For more information on FUSE, one can email Umassfuse@googlegroups.com and visit http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/umassresourcecenters.
Parliament - see it at all times of day.
There are hundreds of words to describe London, but here are 100.
Body Politics News Package
This news package was created by Maia McDermott, Naychelle Lucas, and me for a journalism class at UMass Amherst. Technical support was provided by UVC-TV 19.
A screening of Taking Back Campus will be held Thursday October 1, 2009 at 7 p.m. in the Cape Cod Lounge of the Student Union at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Check out the Facebook event page.
Click here for a campus map.
This event is sponsored by UVC-TV 19 and in part by a grant from SACEF, the Student Affairs Cultural Enrichment Fund.
My first documentary, Taking Back Campus, will be screened this fall, so I am constructing another WordPress site for it.
It’s pretty minimal right now. More information will be posted shortly.
The complete film will be available to watch on the site after the screening.