News for Politics students -- 3-24-2021

  1. Reentry Forum, Week 4 and 5. Join HSU's Project Rebound and the Formerly Incarcerated Students Club for the 2nd Annual Reentry Forum: Let's Talk About Mass Incarceration during the month of March. Register here. March 25, 6pm -- “Arts in Corrections: Pelican Bay.” March 30, 6pm -- “Colonization to Mass Incarceration,” conversation with HSU faculty in CRGS and NAS Rain L. Marshall, J.D., and Chief Judge of the Yurok Tribe Abby Abinanti.
  2. Monthly Equity Series, March 25. 5pm. This discussion series focuses on intersections of student-centered equity and interrupting colonial practices. This month’s event is “More than just February: Co-sensing the reality of our Black students,” with facilitators Mo Harper-Desir (of Arts & Equity Edu.) and Sharrone Blanck (Eureka NAACP President). Register at to obtain the Zoom link.
  3. Earth Week call for proposals, due March 26. The Earth Week Every Week Committee with Associated Students invites members of the HSU campus community to contribute fun and engaging activities to celebrate Earth Week 2021 (April 19-23). The theme for this year’s Earth Week is “Regeneration.” If you would like to contribute an event, workshop, or other activity, please email a description to (make sure to include the organizer name & email, name of event, description of event, date/time of event, how to register, and any other info you’d like to share) no later than March 26. Find a list of all currently planned events and other details here.
  4. Black Americans Documentary Series, March 27. As part of the Black Americans Documentary Series, Eureka NAACP presents a free screening of “Fundi: The Story of Ella Baker.” Community discussion facilitated by Sharrone Blanck. Screening at 6pm; discussion at 7:10pm. Register here.