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Roxane Gay

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Tuesday she’ll be giving a talk on Public Sociology–that is, how to turn systems thinking and sociological analysis and imagination into organizing and activism-how to make critical scholarship accessible in popular culture and everyday life. Facebook link  Roxane Gay

 

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Courtesy: http://www.artisansforhope.org/storyquilt.html

Gender Studies 380-007/Engl 396 (Postcolonial Studies) in collaboration with non-profit organization Artisans For Hope is hosting a exhibition cum sale of quilts, knit and crochet products, by refugee women and men. The exhibition will be held as part of a Boise State University’s campus wide program “One Sky” at the Students Union Building between the 4th-14th of November 2014.

Artisans For Hope is a community-based, volunteer-driven nonprofit organization in the resettlement city of Boise, Idaho. Our goal is to assist incoming refugees to develop the skill base, language acquisition, and confidence to successfully integrate into their new community.

http://www.artisansforhope.org/index.html