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IDC Blog Entries tagged with: Seattle

Aug 10, 2016 Seattle, Summer, Science Fiction & Cosplay


Sep 21, 2016 White fragility lecture with robin diangelo

inclusion , justice , seattle

Robin DiAngelo--author, speaker, racial justice advocate--will be providing a free lecture on the subject of White Fragility at University of Washington Kate Hall 7:30-8:30 PM at University of Washing...

Sep 30, 2016 Why we vote: a reading of black political voices

art , community , seattle , social justice

There are only 38 days until 2016 Election Day in the United States. Join the conversation next week when some of Seattle and Washington state's distinguished leaders come together to discuss the role...

Oct 11, 2016 Celebrate coming out day

inclusion , resource , seattle , social justice , students

​Today is National Coming Out Day. Whether you're planning to come out, know someone who is, or are already out and proud, we hope it's a day of pride and celebration.  "Everyone should have...

Oct 14, 2016 Black lives matter at school

community , equity , racism , seattle , social justice

You may have heard about the Seattle-based initiative calling for educators to wear #BlackLivesMatter t-shirts on October 19, and throughout the week, to show that "We Stand Together" in efforts to di...

Nov 2, 2016 Quinton morris to open violin studio for low-Income students of color

music , seattle , social justice , students

We've seen this news re-shared all over our social media the last couple of weeks and wanted to give a shout out here on the IDC blog.  Quniton Morris, a violin professor at nearby Seattle Univer...

Nov 15, 2016 Celebrate transgender individuals and awareness

community , diversity , lgbt , seattle , social justice

All this week, November 14 – 20, individuals and organizations across the U.S. are participating in Transgender Awareness Week. It's purpose is to help raise the visibility of transgender...

Nov 30, 2016 ‘Little mermaid’ is asian american

alumni , diversity , news , seattle , theater

We couldn't be happier or more proud of alumna Diana Huey who is Ariel in the 5th Avenue Theater's holiday production of The Little Mermaid. And this Ariel is Asian American.  Diana Huey,...

Dec 9, 2016 Native american and first nation voices on stage this weekend

first nation , native american , performance , seattle , students

There will be a special performance this weekend by Steven Davis ('16) in a performance of "Ethnically Cleansed," 8 p.m. on Saturday, December 10, at Cornish College's Main Campus Center (MCC) Rm 102...

Jan 25, 2017 Racial Equity Arts Lab Forum Jan 25

seattle , seattle arts , social justice , theater

​Our own Richard E.T. White, Chair of the Theater Dept., will be representing Cornish College this evening at Racial Equity Arts Lab Forum. The free event takes place at 12th Avenue Arts. Drop by an...

Jan 26, 2017 Ghost light project at cornish college

faculty , inclusion , performance production , seattle , social justice

Our Performance Production and Theater programs among the United State's theater community who came together on January 19, 2017 at 5:30 p.m. across the country, from Broadway to regional theaters to...

Jan 26, 2017 Lunar new year 2017

community , diversity , new year , seattle

Last weekend marked the start of week-long celebrations in Seattle of Lunar New Year 2017, the year of the Rooster. Celebrations culminate this weekend, Sunday, Jan. 29, in the city's Chinatown Intern...

Nov 19, 2017 Audie Award-Winning Cornish Alum Tavia Gilbert Visits Campus

seattle , theater