City College is expanding its One College, One Book program for the 2023-2024 school year, to One College, Two Books. The program is a collaboration between a City College Academic Senate committee and the library.
On Sunday September 10, the SFMOMA invited families and the community at large to welcome Latin@ heritage month and enjoy the museum free of charge. The day started with the blessing of Diego Rivera’s Pan American unity mural– Aztec dancers from Danza Azteca Xitlalli offered dances, as the indigenous dancers looked down on them from the left corner of Rivera’s mural.
Painting students at the time, Barbara Bolls-Guillory, Itzli Ceja and Xiaoyu Luo painted the Frida Kahlo panel together. The three benefitted from the workshop in a multitude of ways, from the community aspect to the technical skills learned.
Both Letulle and Schofield stated that the experience of taking the course helped them in finding their own storytelling voices, and the importance of telling those stories. Schofield specifically talked at length about the way it exposed students to the importance of storytelling as a form of justice, much like lunsford lynx stated. Lastly, they both commented on the healing that came from expressing and being exposed to others’ lived experiences.
Longtime zero waste organization Race to Zero Waste held their annual Zero Waste festival at Crissy Field on April 1st. A run, waste-free breakfast and resource fair showcased the zero waste lifestyle.
San Francisco zero waste nonprofit Race to Zero Waste is hosting their annual festival and FUNdraiser at Crissy Field on April 1 2023 to kick off Climate Action Month.