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UCD Involvement :]
-P.E.A.C.E. Trainer—Cross Cultural Center,
-P.E.A.C.E. Co-Coordinator—Cross Cultural Center
-Admin. Director for Yik’al Kuyum- Student Recruitment & Retention Center
-ASUCD Gender And Sexualities Commissioner, Spring 2009-Present
-REACE Participant Winter 2010, Participant
-Queer Leadership Retreat Spring 2010, Participant
-Chican@/Latin@ Leadership Retreat Fall 2010, Workshop Facilitator
-Native Leadership Retreat Fall 2010, Workshop Facilitator
-Outreach to multiple Yolo/Sacramento County High Schools
-Aggies of Color
Hello beautiful Aggies!! My name is Emmanuel Diaz-Ordaz and I am running for ASUCD Senate!!! (vote for me :])
In case you've never voted in an ASUCD election before (and that's most of the student body) here's a little bit of info—there are twelve seats in the ASUCD Senate, and six of them are up for election this quarter! Because ASUCD elections use choice voting, where you RANK the candidates instead of just picking one, just ...remember to vote Emmanuel Diaz-Ordaz #1 and Cameron Brown #2!!
***AB540 AWARENESS WEEK
A weeklong event dedicated to the issues around AB540, and undocumented students ending with a scholarship giveaway open to all students.
***TACO TRUCK ON CAMPUS
In collaboration with the Retention Coordinator for Yik’al Kuyum at the Student Recruitment & Retention Center, I want to bring a Taco Truck to campus at least twice a month during La Raza Tuesdays.
***GENERATION SEX WEEK PROGRAMING
The second annual Gender Soliloqueers invites students of all genders and sexualities to express themselves through performances, spoken word, and radial monologues.
-Foreskin Awareness Day
A day dedicated to foreskin awareness specifically it’s effects on men physically, mentally, emotionally, and creatively.
-Rape Culture In Greek Life
A program advocating for victims of violence and rape, specifically within Greek communities.
***INCREASE LEADERSHIP RETREAT/CONFERENCE ALLOCATION
As of now, some money is being allocated to certain leadership retreats on campus. However, it is not nearly enough. There needs to be more institutionalized money for these very crucial community building, ally developing retreats and conferences in order for us to learn from each other and other UC’s to make our own campus a safer space for all communities.
Short and Simple, mostly.
If you have any questions, ask me :]
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