- Resource Centers
- American Indian Resource Center
- Asian Pacific Resource Center
- Black Resource Center
- Chicano Resource Center
Upcoming Resource Center Events
Saturday, December 6,
- Holiday Origami and Sumi-e
Get ready for the holidays! Make origami boxes and try your hand at Asian brush painting to make greeting cards. Please call the information desk to register.This program is for all ages. Parents be aware that refreshments will be served at this program. A list of ingredients will be available.
Hosted by the Asian Pacific Resource Center.
Saturday, December 13,
- Kwanzaa Celebration and Children's Kwanzaa Karamu
Kwanzaa is a celebration of family, community and culture created by Dr. Maulana Karenga in 1966. You are invited to celebrate this African American and Pan-African holiday, and learn the principles, symbols and fundamental activities of Kwanzaa. The program will include art activities, music, and other customs taught by the teachers of the Limbiko Tembo School of African American Culture (Us). All ages are welcome.
You may view a flyer here.
Tuesday, December 16,
- Day of Inclusion Film Screening
In celebration of Day of Inclusion, join us for a documentary film screening of "Bittersweet Roots, the Chinese in America's Heartland. Chinese Immigrants first came to the California Delta nearly 150 years ago where they endured hardships to transform swampland into a vital agricultural region.
This program is hosted by the Asian Pacific Resource Center. For Adults and Teens.