In observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, come by the Intercultural Learning Center any time next week to receive a free copy of the book “Why We Can’t Wait” by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The book is Dr. King’s classic exploration of the events and forces behind the Civil Rights Movement—including his Letter from Birmingham Jail, April 16, 1963. Available while supplies last.
Beyond the Dream: Honoring the Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
We invite you to join us as we honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. If you have any questions, please contact Patty Salinas at email@example.com or Bre Wyse at firstname.lastname@example.org.
studentvote.org college student voting resources
All IN to Vote, developed by the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge, helps students navigate the voting process.
The National Association of Secretaries of State offers valuable information about registration, voter ID requirements, and polling places in all 50 states.
USA.gov, the official web portal of the federal government, maintains a site regarding “Absentee and Early Voting" with specific information about “Coronavirus and Voting by Mail-In Absentee Ballot."
Democracy Works How to Vote provides guides to help voters understand what options states offer for casting a ballot.
Vote.org aspires to use technology to simplify political engagement and increase voter turnout.
Vote411, an initiative of the League of Women Voters Education Fund, offers a polling place locator and provides a broad range of additional registration and voting information.
Mental Health Resources
On-Site Counseling Program is a FPU subsidized, confidential, professional counseling service available to FPU students and members of the community who are experiencing personal obstacles. On-Site Counselors are available by appointment to assist individuals with relationship problems, adjustment issues, grief and sadness, worry and anxiety, and unhealthy coping patterns. All sessions are currently taking place via Telehealth due to COVID-19. For more information, please call 559-453-8050 or e-mail email@example.com.
Healing Circles @ Fresno Pacific University 2020 has been a very hard year for our black and brown communities. Here is an opportunity to come together in a community to heal from trauma experienced through racism, white supremacy, and micro-aggressions. Below is the information needed for our Licenced therapists from onsite and private practicing professionals who need this info for you to be registered for the session. Your information will always be kept confidential. Link:https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc7RLmzTqXId5Oah1_WIq2kIhCo4bT5aTOnsXMIzUOkeG22Zw/viewform
Immigrants Rising: Immigrants Rising’s Mental Health Connector provides undocumented young people with psychological support, allowing you to access your strengths and resiliency in order to achieve your personal goals and healing.
ACLU: Know Your Rights for Dreamers/DACA
UFW Foundation: Provides a variety of immigration-related services 2409 Merced Street Suite 103, Fresno, CA 93721, (559) 496-0700 Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
List of local non-profit agencies that immigration services and other public services can be found in this document: Immigration Org 2019
LGBTQ+/Gender-based violence/discrimination resources
- Trans Lifeline: 877.565.8860
- The GLBT National Hotline: 888.843.4564
- Rape Counseling Services (RCS) Fresno: 559.222.7273
- National Network (RAINN): 800.656.4673
- Marjaree Mason Center: 24 Hr. Hotline (800) 640.0333
- The LGBTQ+ Resource Center: https://fresnoeoc.org/lgbtq/