The 2009-2010 academic year observance September 14-18th has several campus sponsors, including the American Democracy Project; Associated Students, Inc.; Women’s Resource Center; PRIDE Center; UNIQUE; Community Engagement Center; and Student Activities.
Events - Fall 2009
Tuesday, September 15 - Friday, September 18: Register to vote, Library Quad: "Register to vote and have your voice be heard". Voter registration and education with copies of the Constitution.
Wednesday, September 16, 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm; Multi-Cultural Center: The Experience of Undocumented Students: An Informational Workshop. Join us for an important dialogue about how to best support AB540 eligible students in their pursuit of a college education. This workshop will offer an opportunity to learn more about California’s AB540 law, including student eligibility and associated opportunities, challenges, and resources
Thursday, September 17, 11:00 am - 1:00 pm, Library Quad: ASI Day in the Quad. Come check out Associated Students, Inc. Programs. We have various programs to serve the student body of Sacramento State. Come to learn how you can get involve with ASI.
Thursday, September 17, 12:00 pm, UU Hinde Auditorium: Screening of the film American Idealist: The Story of Sargent Shriver. Peace Corps, VISTA, Community Action, Head Start, Legal Services for the Poor, Youth Corps, Job Corps, and more. Sargent Shriver invented a string of social initiatives that shaped an era and dared millions of young Americans to live out their ideals. Those who knew him—Bill Moyers, Andrew Young, political commentator Mark Shields, and so many others—have spoken of Shriver in the same breath as Martin Luther King, Jr., calling him a visionary of deep humanity who helped create a more just society.
Thursday, September 17, 7:30 pm, UU Ballroom: An Evening with Henry Rollins. Spoken word performance by former singer of Black Flag and Rollins Band.
Monday, September 21, 12:00 pm, UU Lobby Suite: Gay Rights in America. Government Professor Dr. Brian DiSarro is giving a lecture about the Gay Civil Rights Movement pre-Stonewall right up to today. He looks atthe development of the movement and shows us where we where are, and how far we are from where we need to be.
Take the Constitution Quiz