Library Exhibit and Lecture

Panel Discussion

(In)visible, Insecure, and In College: Critical Perspectives on Homelessness and Hunger at CSUSM

Please join us Thursday, October 20, at 6pm in the University Library Gallery (KEL 3rd fl) for a Conversations That Matter panel discussion about homelessness and food insecurity and the critical link to well-being and academic success of CSUSM students. This event is co-sponsored by the Office of Diversity, Educational Equity, and Inclusion.

Panel will include:

  • Bear Guerra, (In)Visible Project photographer
  • Nicholas Mortaloni, CSUSM CARE Manager
  • Jill Weigt, Sociology professor
  • Chris Morales, ASI VP of Student & University Affairs

Photography Exhibition

(In)Visible Project
There are currently nine thousand men, women, and children in San Diego County who carry on with their lives hidden in plain sight. We often pass by –or look away from – our homeless neighbors because we feel there’s little we can do to help.
 
The CSUSM University Library and the Context Library Series welcomes the (In)Visible Project by photographer Roberto (Bear) Guerra. The (In)Visible Project is a multimedia installation that presents an intimate and dignified human portrait of San Diego’s homeless population. Through timeless photographic portraiture and first-person stories, it offers students, faculty, staff, and visitors the opportunity to challenge their perceptions of those living on the streets in our midst. This project confronts the stigma surrounding homelessness, raises awareness about the realities facing San Diego’s homeless population, and provides an opportunity for our community to come together to learn, discuss, and take action to address the issue.
 
Exhibition on display in the University Library Gallery,  September 12 – December 16, 2016. Free and open to the public during all library hours.

To schedule exhibit class visits or guided tours, contact context@csusm.edu (link sends e-mail) For more information about the exhibition and the Context Library Series, visit biblio.csusm.edu/context


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