2017-2018 Resources

CCBP books, 2002-2017

Taped CCBP Events:

CCBP is pleased to work with Academic Technology Services to videotape our events. Please continue to check back for event videos.

October 4, 2017, Brian Soucek, "Trans Rights and Fights in the Time of Trump"

November 2, 2017, Alberto Antonio Valdivia, "Decolonizing Gender"

November 16, 2017, Karma Waltonen, "What’s in a Name? Nouns in Battlefields and Bedrooms in Identity Politics"

January 31, 2018, panel discussion, "Identifying Access from Marginalized Identities: The Barriers of Trans Health Care"

Library Resource Guide:

Trans: Sexuality, Gender, Race, and Identity: Researching Janet Mock’s Redefining Realness - This UC Davis Library Research Guide helps readers unfold the themes of the 2017-2018 Campus Community Book Project.

Articles and Videos:

2017-18 Book Project Explores Identity - UC Davis Dateline

A Book for Everyone's Reading List - UC Davis Dateline

Exit Through the Bathroom Design Student Exhibit, Inspired by the Campus Community Book Project - Aggie Studios

Other Resources:

Center for Student Involvement - The Center for Student Involvement is the campus department through which groups register as a student organization at UC Davis. We are here to help groups operate successfully on campus and to support the educational experience which organizations provide for student members – as well as the entire campus community.

Cross Cultural Center - Born out of student activism and political struggle, the UC Davis Cross Cultural Center provides a culturally relevant community space where student voices can be expressed and respected. The CCC cultivates critical consciousness and cultural competency by providing learning opportunities at the crossroads of the many aspects of our identities and experiences. By embracing our cultural and intellectual heritage, the CCC supports student leadership in advancing our collective vision for community empowerment and social justice.

LGBTQIA+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Asexual) Resource Center - The purpose of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Asexual Resource Center (LGBTQIA+ Resource Center) is to provide an open, safe, inclusive space and community that is committed to challenging sexism, cissexism, genderism, homophobia, biphobia, transphobia and heterosexism. We recognize that this work requires a continued process of understanding and dismantling all forms of oppression. We are committed to this process both in our work and in the structure of the Center itself. The LGBTQIA+ Resource Center promotes education as well as space for self-exploration about all sexes, genders and sexualities and their intersections with other identities. The LGBTQIA+ Resource Center values and honors that we are complex, multifaceted, and whole individuals. The LGBTQIA+ Resource Center is a dynamic, responsive and collaborative organization that serves UC Davis and the surrounding region by providing a growing spectrum of programs, resources, outreach and advocacy.

Student Recruitment and Retention Center (SRRC) - The Student Recruitment & Retention Center stands for educational equity. Our student-run and student-initiated programs foster holistic academic and personal development while raising political and cultural awareness, in order empower students to act as dynamic leaders for their communities. We accept the challenge of creating a society that provides a quality, culturally sensitive, comprehensive education for students of all backgrounds. Furthermore, we are dedicated to creating an environment of collective action to ensure the perpetuity of academic achievement among future generations.

Women's Resources and Research Center (WRRC) - The Women’s Resources and Research Center provides opportunities to promote gender equity in the UC Davis community. Although womxn make up the majority of students on college campuses, they still navigate issues of hostile campus climate, sexism, and genderism. The WRRC hopes to achieve our vision- a world in which gender equity is achieved and people of all genders, specifically womxn, transgender, and people with marginalized genders- have the opportunities and support to realize their full potential.