The series, which will offer sessions virtually in Zoom on Sept. 30, Oct. 21, Nov. 4 and Nov. 18, is a joint initiative hosted by Project Rebound, the Center for the Study of Correctional Education, Faculty Center for Excellence, Staff Development Center, and Division of Student Affairs.
In order to increase their service capacity in the community, CSUSB’s Institute of Child Development and Family Relations began working with local jails in 2008, starting with the Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center, one of four jails in San Bernardino County.
“Project Rebound: Transforming Lives, Rebuilding Futures,” will be livestreamed on Zoom beginning at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 10.
A conversation between exhibit curator/artist Ise Lyfe and community leader Vonya Quarles will highlight the program, which is free and open to the public.
The museum, housed on the third floor of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, will display “smallasaGIANT” from April 15-June 15. CSUSB will serve as the exhibit’s debut. An opening reception is set for April 18.
Annika Anderson (sociology), was interviewed for an article on Project Rebound, which she directs, and Brian Levin (criminal justice), was quoted in an article on ProPublica’s Documenting Hate project.
“The House I Live In,” a documentary film that examines the profound human rights implications of U.S. drug policy, will be shown on April 4 at the John M. Pfau Library, PL-5005.
Presented by the Institute for Child Development and Family Relations, Elliott’s talk will take place in the Santos Manuel Student Union Events Center, and complements the Anthropology Museum exhibit “smallasaGIANT,” set to run April 15-June 15.
Artist Ise Lyfe will formally open his exhibit, “smallasaGIANT,” at the Cal State San Bernardino Anthropology Museum beginning at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 18, marking its premiere.