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SJSU Womens History - SJSU Women’s History Month Activities ~ MARCH 2010 Mark your calendars for these events throughout the month

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Unformatted text preview: SJSU Women’s History Month Activities ~ MARCH 2010 Mark your calendars for these events throughout the month March
2

 3
‐
6
p.m.
 Women’s
Studies
Open
House
DMH238A
 Conversation,
games,
music
and
refreshments
with
faculty
and
friends
of
the
Women’s
Studies
 Program
 
 March
3




6
‐
8
p.m. Chicanas
in
the
Movimiento
Mexican
Heritage
Center,
1700
Rock
Ave,
San
José
 Featuring
local
activists
Elisa
Marina
Alvarado,
Shirley
Trevino,
Martha
Campos,
Tamara
Alvarado,
 moderated
by
Teresa
Castellanos.

MAIZ
series:
40
Years
of
the
Chicano
Movement
in
San
José
 
 March
3


 7
p.m. Film
Screening
“Arusi:
Persian
Wedding”
Q/A
with
Director
Marjan
Tehrani,
Eng189
 Marjan
Tehrani’s
second
feature
documentary
explores
the
complex
and
troubled
relationship
 between
America,
the
country
of
Tehrani’s
birth
and
Iran
Co‐sponsored
with
the
Student
Association
of
 Middle
Eastern
Studies
 
 March
6

 11
a.m. “Womyn
Unite”
–
International
Women’s
Day
Marcha
 March
begins
from
Roosevelt
Park
(Santa
Clara
&
19th)
to
Biblioteca
Latinoamericana,
Festival
 continues
from
1‐4p.m.
Sponsored
by
South
Bay
International
Women’s
Day
Network/Cihuatl
Tlatocan
 
 March
11

 10:30
‐
11:45
a.m. Women’s
Studies
Alumni
Panel,
MLK
255/257
 Come
learn
how
SJSU
Women’s
Studies
alumni
are
making
change
in
local
communities
with
Noemi
 Teppang,
Lindsey
Mansfield,
and
Margie
Strubel.
 
 March17

 1:30
–
2:45
p.m. Sex
&
Love
in
the
Bay
Area
with
Sexologist
Carol
Queen,
ENG189
 Carol
Queen
is
a
writer,
educator
and
cultural
sexologist
with
a
Ph.D.
in
human
sexuality.

She
is
 founder
of
The
Center
for
Sex
and
Culture,
a
non‐profit
sexuality
education
center
and
directs
 Continuing
Education
at
Good
Vibrations,
the
women‐owned,
worker‐owned
sex
toy
shop
in
San
 Francisco.
 
 March
17


 7
p.m. Literary
Reading
with
Laleh
Khadivi,
The
Age
of
Orphans,
Steinbeck
Center,
5th
floor
 Khadivi’s
first
novel
begins
a
trilogy
that
follows
the
lives
of
three
generations
of
Kurdish
men
as
they
 grapple
with
landlessness,
migration
and
national
identity.

Sponsored
by
the
Student
Association
for
 Middle
Eastern
Studies
 ...
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