Friday, Oct 29 Staff Appreciation Lunch
We are in need of a few more volunteers to complete the Sign Up Genius for the lunch APC is providing our teachers to show how much we appreciate all they do! Click here for details and to see what we still need. Thanks for your support!
Saturday, Oct 30 from 11am-2pm - Fall Campus Clean Up
Join our ACA Community and lend a hand to spruce up our campus! Click here to sign up. Participation hours can be counted towards the Acalanes Volunteer Service Award.
Did you miss the October 15 Dons Dialogue? Click here to view the webinar, or here to view the slides!
ACA Moment in Action
It was AMAZING to see so many students show up to support their friends in Music and Chorus at the ACA Pops Concert last Thursday night. It was an incredible show and the icing on the cake was all the cheering from so many different student groups. A big thank you to all the students who turned out for the Pops Concert! Your attendance was a perfect example of an ACA Moment.
We have all seen reports that frontline workers of color are disproportionately affected by Covid-19, and the Filipino American population is no different. According to National NursesUnited, Filipinos make up 4% of registered nurses in the US and yet they accounted for 26.4% of nurses who died from COVID-19 and related complications. October is Filipino American History Month, and it seems fitting to recognize these frontline workers as heroes. Follow the history of why 1 in 4 health workers in the US are Filipino through photos on CNN.
Tuesday, Nov 9 at 1pm “The History Against Truthful History” Webinar Don’t miss Season 2 of La Historia Uncovered, a conversation about the history of voting rights in Latino communities, with University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service Dean, Victoria DeFrancesco Soto. Click here to sign up.
October is Arts Month! Ever wonder why ancient Europeans are depicted as White even though Ancient Europe was actually more diverse? While paintings from Ancient Rome and Greece show a wide variety of skin tones that reflect a multi-ethnic society, statues do not. Learn why here.