Katie Whiteside

Program Director & Operations Director, KHSU Magazine Producer

707-826-6074

katie.whiteside@humboldt.edu

Ways to Connect

HSU Multicultural Center

The Campus Dialogue on Race (CDOR) is taking place this week at Humboldt State University and everyone is invited to participate in the workshops and lectures. The programs relate to racial justice and its intersections with all forms of oppression and resistance.

Amy Salinas Westmorland, coordinator of HSU's Multicultural Center and Malcom Chanaiwa with the the African American Center for Academic Excellence and CDOR planning committee, discuss the importance of having these workshops and encourage community members to come to HSU.

Dr. Herbrechtsmeire discusses the lecture on "Understanding Islam: A Community Conversation" that is taking place on Tuesday evening from 6-8 p.m. in the Kate Buchanan Room.


The League of Women Voters of Humboldt County joins the National Alliance on Mental Illness of Humboldt County to present a series of forums on the intersection of mental illness and the criminal justice system. The first forum will take place in Eureka on Wednesday, November 2 at  the United Congregational Christian Church beginning at 7 p.m. Tim Ash and Mary Louise Lowry talk with Danielle Orr on the KHSU Homepage.  https://www.facebook.com/events/598789020300794/


Humboldt Folk Dancers

Humboldt Folk Dancers present  The Bulgarian Folk Music Ensemble Bulgarika in Arcata. The group will be giving lessons on the kaval, tambura, tupan, and gadulka. Their performance is tonight at Redwood Raks World Dance Studio beginning at 7:30.


Darcy Brown and Lin Glen

It's always good to be prepared for an earthquake and your children can help. "Sofie and Daniel Get Ready for Earthquakes" is a picture book created by author Lin Glen and illustrator Darcy Brown. This book was written for parents to read to their children to help them understand earthquake and perhaps ease their fears. There will be a book signing on Friday, October 14 at Northtown Books beginning at 7 p.m.


A mother pulled a man off a 12 year old child who was on her way to school another neighbor called police. Community members are asking for folks to come together to create a plan to keep walking routes safe for all. Melissa Lazan discusses with KHSU the reason for a Community Safety Meeting.

CRGS

CouRaGeouS Cuentos: A Journal of Counternarratives is a library-based publishing journal and includes the creative writing of students in classes offered by the Department of Critical Race, Gender & Sexuality Studies. The works published in the journal are by students in the Ethnic Studies 107: Chican@/Latin@ Lives class. They wanted to make their stories, their counter narratives, available to their families, their communities, and any other students who could relate to their stories. 


Mary Wykstra

Mary Wykstra has worked in Kenya since 2001 and will be the guest lecture at Sequoia Park Zoo’s Conservation Lecture: Cheetahs – It’s All in the Genes! on Wednesday, October 12th from 6:30-8 p.m.. Wykstra founded Carnivores, Livelihoods and Landscapes in 2009 and coordinates Action for Cheetahs in Kenya(ACK).

St. Joseph Hospital

St. Joseph Health is offering two Free Community Health Forums focusing on signs, prevention, and recovery from a stroke. Dr. Scott Sageman and Paul McGinty-VP Philanthropy St. Joseph Health Humboldt discuss the forums that are taking place on Wednesday, October 5  at the Sequoia Conference Center in Eureka and again on Wednesday, October 12th  at the River Lodge in Fortuna beginning at 5:30 p.m.


Pam Long

Foxy, Flabby, Brilliant, Spineless, Luscious are just a few words to describe your date with a glass of wine. Instructor Pam Long discusses her Sensory Evaluation and Service Class which is part of a series for the Vine to Table Certificate program offered through HSU's Extended Education. This course is designed to teach general knowledge about wines typically found on restaurant wine lists as well as retail shelves. 

Redwood Cycle Fest

The Redwood Cycle Fest is happening this Saturday and Sunday at Mill Creek Watershed-Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park.  This is part of the celebration of the National Parks Centennial and Bike Your Park Day. There will be activities for all ages. Co-organizer Adam Spencer talks with KHSU.


Bill Prescott at Prescott Designs

Jeff Raimey and Christy Prescott discuss the development of Cooper Gulch Common Grounds in Eureka on the KHSU Homepage. They are looking for input from you during the Play & Plan Day on Saturday, October 1 from 9-4:30.


team women & WILPF Humboldt

The 34th Annual International Day of Peace is taking place this Wednesday and  Brenda Starr talks with Andy Sehic and Sue Hilton from the local WILPF Chapter on Through the Eyes of Women. Speak Your Peace is an event taking place at the Arcata Playhouse.

Hospice of Humboldt

The Hospice Grief Support Group for Teens is a safe and supportive environment where they can share with their peers and participate in activities that will be focused on healing and honoring loved ones lost. Hospice of Humboldt is offering an eight week Grief Support Group for Teens beginning September 21. Kelsey Sluss talks with KHSU.


Katie Whiteside

Humboldt County Probation Chief Bill Damiano and Chairperson of the Juvenile Justice Delinquency Prevention Commission Caterina Kein discuss the difference between Juvenile Hall and the Regional Facility.


Amy Leon and Humboldt Arts Council

The Morris Graves Museum of Art offers more to its patrons beyond exhibits in the different galleries.Program Manager with the Humboldt Arts Council  Janine Murphy talks with KHSU about many of the exciting events taking place at the museum this fall including yoga, music, the 22nd Annual Junque Arte Competition and Exhibit and the Celebration of the Arts Gala on  and more. 


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