Made in Dagenham – Film Series Promo Poster :o)

April 19, 2011 § Leave a comment


A Film Series Project to hold its second April Screening!

April 18, 2011 § Leave a comment

Click on the image for more information!

Excerpt from The Diversity Speaker Newsletter

April 6, 2011 § Leave a comment

Writing as Guest Author to Maura Cullen’s ‘The Diversity Speaker Newsletter,’ Brian Shimamoto discussed the issues regarding the lack of conversation when it comes to responding to discriminatory behavior. In particular, Shimamoto’s piece in the newsletter makes reference to the YouTube video which went viral of which a UCLA student made racist and bigoted anti-Asian commentary. This video was made a few hours after the devastating earthquake in Japan, and so the reponses made towards this student were quite violent, discriminatory, and hateful in themselves. Brian uses this example to discuss the problem of increasing hate, racism, sexism, and bigotry within retaliation. Its a good read.

« Read the rest of this entry »

“A Conversation with Zach Wahls: SAGE Straight Americans for Gay Equality Indiana Summit”

April 6, 2011 § Leave a comment

“An activist training and Interactive Skype conference devoted to promoting equality in hiring and housing policies in Indiana, along with mobilizing public opinion to overturn the recent passage of the bill banning gay marriage and civil unions in the state of Indiana will be held at IUPUI Saturday, April 9, 2011.

The event begins at noon in Main Lecture Hall, 325 University Boulevard. Planned by students in the IUPUI Department of Communication Studies in the IU School of Liberal Arts, it is sponsored by SAGE – Straight Americans for Gay Equality – Indiana and IUPUI chapters -in cooperation with the IUPUI Department of Communication Studies, Alliance for Sexual Equality, and IUPUI’s Communication Club and Democracy Plaza.”

To read this article in full at the IUPUI News Center site, please click here!

A Film Series Project Screening TODAY!

April 4, 2011 § Leave a comment

Donations for Japan

March 18, 2011 § 4 Comments

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

Right now, Japan is facing a crisis described as one of the worst in decades. The people need absolutely everything from medicine, to food, to water – everything. Here are some legit organizations and links in which you can go through to make any donation amount.

LivingSocial Deals – $5.00 Donations: Ending in the next 22 hours, the city coupon company LivingSocial Deals offered up a low incentive of donating $5.00, and they would match such donation 100%.

American Red Cross: To deliver an easy $10.00 donation through your cell, text REDCROSS to 90999. If you would rather donate a different amount through their online webpage, click here.

Doctors Without Borders: Doctors Without Borders/Medicin Sans Frontieres is using funds raised to support their government-led earthquake and tsunami relief in Japan, through their mobile-clinics and conducting needs assessments.

Japan-America Society of Indiana: The Japan-America Society of Indiana is collecting any numerical sized donations for disaster relief in Japan.

To find more charities accepting donations for the tsunami and earthquake relief, you can check out Charity Navigator, which provides a long list of organizations currently accepting donations for Japan.

A lot of the mentioned organizations above are also accepting ongoing donations for other disaster stricken areas, such as Chile, and Haiti, amongst many others.

News: Massive Earthquake rocks Japan and Pacific waters

March 11, 2011 § Leave a comment

Please put your thoughts, prayers, and  good wishes towards Japan and its people as breaking news strikes about the massive 8.8/8.9 earthquake causing tsunami storms to hit the coast.

To keep up to date on the recent weather phenomenon, check out the following links. Also, watch for warnings for the Pacific waters surrounding Hawaii and its islands as waters continue to stir.


AP news – Japan

AP News – Hawaii

Where Am I?

You are currently browsing the Respect category at Spill the Beans.

%d bloggers like this: