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Friday, May 7
12:00 PM iCafé – Your Passport to Culture!
7:00 PM Sierra Club Sierra Talks: Indigenous Heritage in SoCal
Wednesday, May 12
4:00 PM Book Talk: Things We Lost to the Water
Thursday, May 13
4:00 PM Talk: the Fall and Rise of U.S.-China Policy Uncertainty
6:30 PM Talk: India in South Asia: Fraught Regional Relationships
Friday, May 14
12:00 PM iCafé – Your Passport to Culture!
8:00 PM Film: Moulin Rouge!
Sunday, May 16
4:00 PM Haydn Voyages: Music at the Maritime, Paths Converge

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All Day Racial Equity Non-Profit Boards Series Developing an anti-racist organization is no easy feat. in light of the disproportionate impact of the pandemic on BIPOC communities, acts of violence against BIPOC peoples and extreme racial injustices, nonprofit organizations continue to reexamine their missions and ask vital questions about their role in perpetuating these systems of inequality.

In order to begin to address these conversations, boards need to come together to build relationships with staff that invite learning and growth around racial equity. the Nonprofit Institute at the University of San Diego, has developed the Racial Equity Series for Nonprofit Boards. This series will provide the necessary building blocks to begin the work of leading your organization towards a more equitable and racially conscious future.

Admission/Cost: $100 - $1000

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Ongoing from Monday, April 12 to Wednesday, June 30
5:00 PM Talk: Women, Work, and Family in South Korea South Korea’s fertility rate is:00 AMong the lowest in the world, with a total fertility rate of less than 1 birth per woman. in this talk, we study how women's work and family outcomes have changed across birth cohorts and discuss why women in South Korea seem to be increasingly forgoing "family."

Jisoo Hwang is an Associate Professor of Economics at the College of Liberal Studies, Seoul National University. She is an applied microeconomist, with research interests in labor and family economics. She received her B.A. in Economics at Seoul National University in 2008 and her Ph.D. in Economics at Harvard University in 2013. Website:

Admission/Cost: FREE

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Monday, April 12 - 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
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