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Internship and Scholarship Briefing for ALL Majors
|Venue:||FIU Modesto A. Maidique Campus | SIPA 100|
Join the School of International and Public Affairs for an informational briefing on internships, fellowships, scholarships, and graduate schools options.
Film Screening and Webchat: Inequality for All
This film, honored at Sundance and other film festivals, highlights income inequality in America and challenges all of us to consider how we can protect the American worker and the middle class.
FSJA's Art, Poetry and Justice event with Danny Glover
|Venue:||Gramps bar 176 NW 24th St., Miami, Florida 33127|
The Florida Student Justice Alliance (FSJA) invites you to attend "Art, Poetry & Justice" - an artistic expression event promoting social justice awareness and community involvement! Come and enjoy an unforgettable night with an impressive lineup of local artists, poets, stand-up comics and other creative talents in support of social justice issues in Miami as well as on the National stage!
FIU’s Labor Studies Forum
Meet FIU's students who are engaged in applied social justice research and service learning work in their communities. Network with community organizations throughout South Florida. Learn about their campaigns and the types of internships that are available to FIU students. Get engaged in making a difference in your community.
Panthers for Peace (P4P)
|Venue:||FIU Labor Center (LC) 110, MMC|
Panthers for Peace (P4P) brings the Alternatives to Violence Project Curriculum to Florida International University. This program can transform how people view the world and themselves as it relates to conflict resolution, violence, and peace. The Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP) workshops have been provided in prisons, schools and communities throughout the United States, Canada and various other countries for over 35 years.
Creating a Global Minimum Wage
The Tuesday Times Roundtable (TTR) is FIU’s weekly series of moderated conversations on The New York Times articles from the multiple viewpoints of students, faculty, and staff. All sessions are absolutely free, and include lunch. No RSVP is required; just show up!
Labor Center Film Screening
Join the Labor Center this Thursday the 16th at 11 am in LC 110 - MMC for another Labor Studies documentary screening of "ASOTRECOL: The Struggle Against Transnationals in Colombia"