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Transcultural Commons Collective

The establishment of the organization is to foster and promote recovery, understanding, and preservation of history and culture through the use and reuse of locally produced media. 

The TCCC collects open source and locally produced media, art, and performances around topics affecting minorities living in the Inland Empire. The goal of the organization is to create an independent archive of photographs, audio recordings, video footage, and other digital formats to be used freely by students and independent media producers. 

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College of Arts and Letters Empowering Chicano /A/X Survivors
Empowering Chicano/a/x Survivors: Healing Trauma Through Art

Healing through music, poetry and art will be the feature of this new event March 21, 2019, from 12:00pm-5:00pm in UH-053.

IE Centricity Event Tells Student Stories

Graduate Student Luis Esparza, in conjuction with department and university clubs and programs, held an event, "IE Centricity: Centering Our Stories," an event where students spoke their truths through music, art and poetry.