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Human rights

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Use for broad topics related to civil rights. For specific movements, use a more granular term (e.g. Black Lives Matter movement).

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

Blanshan, Bridget. Interview, 2023-04-26

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Scope and Contents

In her interview, Blanshan discusses her educational and professional background, student leadership development, and diversity and inclusivity on campus.

Dates: 2023-04-26

Bradley, Chanel. Interview , 2023-04-14

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Scope and Contents Chanel Bradley is a California State University San Marcos alumna. She graduated with her degree in Women's and Gender Studies in 2012. Chanel worked at the Cross-Cultural Center from 2008-2012 and was involved in various social identity related causes on campus. In this interview, Chanel discusses her experience as a peer educator at the Cross-Cultural Center and her recollections of the center during her time at CSUSM. Bradley was also involved in the Women's Center [now Gender Equity...
Dates: 2023-04-14

Cabral, Gerardo. Interview, 2023-04-28

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In this interview, Gerardo Cabral discusses how the Cross-Cultural Center was a space that cultivated and enriched self-identity. It provided not only students with a voice but Cabral to begin living his true authentic life.

Dates: 2023-04-28

Cross-Cultural Center Collection

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Identifier: UA010
Overview

The Cross-Cultural Center records document the creation and operations of California State University San Marcos's longest running social justice center at CSUSM.

Dates: 1993-06 - 2020-04

Franklin, Jay. Interview , 2023-04-12

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Identifier: SC027-026
Scope and Contents

Jay Franklin was a peer mentor at the Cross-Cultural Center at CSUSM during the early days of the program and university. He was instrumental in the creation of many of the programs and early marketing campaigns for the center, and worked as a peer educator to provide what we would now call intersectional support for LGBTQ+ students. Eventually, he made his way back to CSUSM, where he now works in the Dean of Student Affairs office.

Dates: 2023-04-12

Perez, Dilcie. Interview, 2023-05-30

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Identifier: SC027-43
Scope and Contents

In this interview, Dr. Dilcie Perez explains how CSUSM was ahead of its time in regards to DEI (diversity, equity and inclusion) work; however at the beginning of her employment with CSUSM, the university did not have Multicultural Programs (the predecessor to the Cross-Cultural Center). Perez recalls her work with Multicultural Programs, including her being offered the opportunity to open the program upon tendering her resignation to the university.

Dates: 2023-05-30

Ramos, Arely. Interview, 2023-04-15

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Identifier: SC027-42
Scope and Contents Arely Ramos is a California State University San Marcos alumna. She graduated with her degree in Human Development, Health Services. Ramos worked at the Cross-Cultural Center and was also involved in the Peer Mentoring Program and Civility Campaign on campus. In this interview, Ramos discusses how the Cross-Cultural Center became her second home and how she loved spending most her time at the center. Ramos explains how it pushed her out of her comfort zone and provided her with a safe space...
Dates: 2023-04-15

Ruiz, Jennie. Interview, 2023-04-07

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Identifier: SC027-029
Scope and Contents

Oral history interview of Jennie Ruiz for the Cross-Cultural Center Oral History Project on April 7, 2023. Biographical information about Jennie, how she started working for California State University San Marcos, her leadership and networking skills. Jennie’s friendship with Sara Sheikh-Arvizu and its impact on her. Her experience running the Cross-Cultural Center, and her thoughts about its role at CSU San Marcos.

Dates: 2023-04-07

Saldivar, Diana. Interview, 2023-04-14

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Identifier: SC027-039
Scope and Contents

In her interview, Diana Saldivar discusses how the Cross-Cultural Center provided her with a sense of belonging on campus and served as a second home. Saldivar explains how the center provided her with lifelong friendships, skills and connections that has helped her become the person she is today. Saldivar recounts how the CCC provided a safe space, allowing for conversations with others that are often deemed controversial, and how the center encouraged those to constantly seek knowledge.

Dates: 2023-04-14