Previous Events

Recent past events, from 2018 to present, include:

Quarterly Community Building and Persistence

  • Quarterly Welcomes
  • Quarterly Study Tables
  • Game On! gatherings
  • End of the Quarter Recognitions

MLKJ Social Justice Week Examples

  • MLK Jr. Day of Service
  • The Right to Dream by Living Voices
  • How to be Maladjusted: Creating a Commitment to Social Justice
  • American Immigration: Historical Reflections and Current Questions
  • Why Vote? – A Civic Engagement Event
  • Why I Became a Refugee
  • Black Student Union’s Open Mic
  • Civic Engagement Workshop
  • Students of Color Conference (SOCC) Information Session
  • QTPOC Awareness Wall from Project Pride
  • QTPOC Historic Figures: Coloring Book Session
  • Poster Making to attend MLKJ Rally
  • Bread and Circuses: Exploring the Legacy of the “Real” Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
  • Keynote Speaker: Dr. Darryl Brice
  • Listening to our Narratives: Dialogue skills for tough conversations
  • Reconstructing Resistance: White Nationalism and College Campuses
  • Film Showing 14: Dred Scott, Wong Kim Ark & Vanessa Lopez
  • Poetry and Writing Appreciation
  • The Food Pantry Kick-off
  • Film Showing: 13th - Q&A with the Black Student Union
  • “Echao p’alante”: Working Towards an Inclusive and Intersectional Understanding of the US Civil Rights Movement
  • Letter Writing to Incarcerated Individuals
  • White Allyship/Accomplice-ship
  • Community Book Read Event with Anastasia Tolbert

Examples of Multicultural Week Events

  • Being a Black Student on Campus
  • Welcome Back Snack N Chat with Benefits HUB
  • Oyster Mushroom Kit Making Workshop for Earth Week
  • SOCC Report Back
  • A Spectrum of Consent
  • "Women's Roles and American Families: Why We Should Leave 'Leave It To Beaver' Behind"
  • Health Undocumented (Salud Sin Papeles)
  • Parent/Student Snack and Chat
  • Keynote Speaker: Rashad C. Norris
  • Cultivating Healthy Sexual Relationships
  • Inclusive Listening
  • Using Liberation Theater Techniques to Explore Forms of Resistance to Oppression
  • Self-Love Artistic Workshop
  • Radical Love Ignited: The Students of Color Conference (SOCC) Experience
  • Breaking Boundaries With Poetry
  • Cece McDonald  
  • Embrace Aloha: On Native Hawaiian Culture
  • Being a Student Leader of Color at SCC: A Conversation
  • Underrepresented in Tech a Panel Discussion
  • Beginner Friendly Coding Workshop!

Examples of Affinity Spaces

  • Being Black, Brown, and Female at SCC
  • Filling in the Blanks identity workshop
  • Game On!: Asian American
  • Snack N’Craft: Connecting Art to Personal Identity
  • Asian American Snack and Chat
  • Filipino/a/x Snack and Chat
  • Shoreline Brothers of Color

Off Campus Activities

  • MLK Jr. March and Rally in Seattle
  • Graduation BBQ’s - Collaboration with International Education
  • Annual Nason Creek Camping and Rafting Trip
  • Queer I Am Conference Attendance
  • Annual Students of Color Conference Attendance
  • Field Trip! Filipino American National Historical Society
  • Field Trip to Northwest African American Museum
  • Field trip to the Wing Luke Asian Museum


Shoreline Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities.