Post-election programming

Tuesday (Nov 3), Wednesday (Nov 5), Thursday (Nov 6) 11:30a-4p:
Student drop in for snacks and boxed lunches
Thayne Center for Student Life, Leadership & Community Engagement (Redwood STC 124)
Office of Diversity & Multicultural Affairs (Redwood STC 236)
Gender & Sexuality Student Resource Center (South City SCM 1-140)

Wednesday, November 4 1:00-3pm
Post-election decompression
We will be holding space for people (students, staff, faculty, community partners) to drop in and decompress. Rather than discussing partisan politics while they are still fresh (or perhaps still unfolding), this space will be offered as a reprieve to about travel, wellness, weather, or any positive thoughts helping you through these trying times. You are also welcome utilize our reflection room for quiet meditation.

Drop into the Thayne Center conference room (STC 126B)

Thursday, November 5 12p-1p
Voter Engagement Working group debrief
We will be reflecting on our voter engagement efforts for 2020 and begin planning ongoing voter engagement efforts at SLCC. If you are interested in joining the working group, or would just like to listen to our collective reflections you are welcome to join.
Join via zoom: https://slcc-edu.zoom.us/j/85023752395?pwd=eFhHcVN0WGQzU0RpejBZMnVMaGlYUT09

November 10 4:30-5:30
Post- Election Dialogue
With some space following a highly stressful election season, this session will be designed to share opportunities and frustrations. In this dialogue we will welcome productive disagreement with the hope of advancing our individual and collective understanding of social issues. Participants should be willing to engage in mutually respectful dialogue and follow a set of community guidelines.

Join via zoom: https://slcc-edu.zoom.us/j/83552714943?pwd=cm4rWXlpKzFmM3orbGI3R1F6RS9HUT09