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Wednesday, April 10

Displacements: Peoples, Politics and Rights

Displacements: Peoples, Politics and Rights

8:30am

The displacement of peoples fleeing violence and extreme poverty in their home countries is one of the most pressing problems worldwide. Some telling...

Perfect Pitch: 432 Hz Music and the Promise of a Frequency

Perfect Pitch: 432 Hz Music and the Promise of...

3:30pm

Ruth Rosenberg (University of Illinois at Chicago) will present a talk titled “Perfect Pitch: 432 Hz Music and the Promise of a Frequency” on Wednesday,...

Vietnamese Food in America

Vietnamese Food in America

4pm

UCSB Library is bringing chef and immigrant workers’ activist Diep Tran to campus for a discussion about Vietnamese cuisine and how it fits in with a broader...

Call Her Ganda

Call Her Ganda

6pm

When Jennifer Laude, a Filipina trans woman, is brutally murdered by a U.S. Marine, three women intimately invested in the case–an activist attorney, a...

Jennifer L. Eberhardt: Biased

Jennifer L. Eberhardt: Biased

7:30pm

In this free event, social psychologist and Stanford professor Eberhardt discusses her groundbreaking new book, Biased, which demonstrates how ingrained...

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Wednesday, April 10