October 7, 2020
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Northridge — The DREAM Center of the University Student Union (USU) invites all students, staff, and faculty to learn about ways to participate in civic engagement and advocate for change beyond voting during its interactive and empowering program, “Every Voice Counts: Community Engagement Alternatives to Voting”. On Wednesday, Oct. 14th from 1 to 2 p.m., discover real hope and support this election season with your undocu-family. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how you can engage with your commu- nity and elected officials, regardless of your ability to vote.
“The DREAM Center wants to inform the CSUN community of the best ways to feel empowered enough to take action while getting educated on systems that impact them,” said Daniela Barcenas, Manager at the DREAM Center. “We’re very excited to host this conversation with Denea Joseph and guide CSUN to the most effective ways to inspire and empower undocumented people to be the changemakers in their community.”
The DREAM Center will host Denea Joseph, a national immigrants’ rights activist, to explore forms of civic engagement regardless of immigration status. Whether you can vote or not, this is a special opportunity to learn how to create change in your community. The program will also acknowledge the beauty of intersectionality in directly impacted groups and uplift those perspectives.
This is a great opportunity to feel a powerful sense of community and participate in important civic engagement during “Every Voice Counts: Community Engagement Alternatives to Voting” with the DREAM Center. To attend this impactful event, go to bit.ly/F20DCevc. For more information, please visit csun.edu/dreamcenter.