Ally Development Resources



Campus

Cross Cultural Center (CCC)

Peer Education And Community Empowerment (PEACE) Trainings available upon request through the CCC.

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Hood Life Theme Park

Part of the CCC open house.

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Tours going through the center will be lead through the maze of oppression which will allow the people in the tour to experience some of the oppressions that different communities endure within the seven dimensions of identity. Those dimensions being ability, age, class, gender, race, sexual orientation, religion/spirituality.


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GASC Gen Sex Week

Meetings: Tuesdays 4:30pm, ASUCD Conference Room GASC promotes awareness of gender and sexuality issues and prevention of sexual assault through educational programs, publicity drives, and special projects.

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GASC makes formal recommendations to ASUCD on legislation relating to these issues. Apply in spring quarter to serve as a member.
Contact: Robert Feldman, roberte.feldman@gmail.com

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WRRC: Graduate Ally Training

The WRRC, in conjunction with the CCC, CVPP, GSA, BPGSA, GAAAP, the GASC, and others were able to come together to provide a much needed Ally training to our Graduate student community.

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Providing training to nominated students from each participating graduate cluster in areas such as Ally Development, Power and Privilege, and Campus Resources takes a new step forward in assuring that all of our marginalized communities, in all levels of our campus, have the information and access to the spaces and places that will ensure their physical and psychological safety and security.

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Reaffirming Ethnic Awareness and Community Harmony (REACH) Retreat

Annually, in winter, Applications available in the fall: http://ccc.ucdavis.edu/programs/reach.html

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Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Resource Center (LGBTRC)

Safe Zone Trainings: Scheduled twice quarterly; open to campus community
Trans Safe Zone Trainings

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Queer Leadership Retreat (QLR)

Scheduled Nov 5-7, 2010. Applications available in October.

Men's Resource Center for Change

The mission of the Men's Resource Center for Change is to support men, challenge men's violence, and develop men's leadership in ending oppression in ourselves, our families, and our communities.

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Our programs support men to overcome the damaging effects of rigid and stereotyped masculinity, and simultaneously confront men's patterns of personal and societal violence and abuse toward women, children, and other men.

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WRRC: Women's Center Peer Educator Educational Programs

Available for request on a quarterly basis. Career staff and interns are also available for individualized workshops or presentations to student organizations, administrative offices, and academic departments.

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