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Your Place
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Tell Us How UC It: Exhibit 2017
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Picture of UCSD "This is Your Place" bottle with three different color puzzle pieces representing three of the many significant resource centers on campus.
This photograph/collage depicts the diversity challenges one must overcome coming to UCSD. The campus itself promises that one will feel at home and find their rightful place on campus but does it actually accomplish what it promises? Is everyone truly taken into consideration on campus. Where is the Asian American resource center?It's true that coming here, I was glad to see the Raza Resource Centro but there are other minority groups who who need aid too. The puzzle pieces in the photograph represent how I feel like minority groups can fit in close together but they don't actually come together right away and so easily either. I think it takes time for each ethnic minority group to actually open up to other ethnic groups on campus.
Digital Library Development Program, UC San Diego, La Jolla, 92093-0175 (https://lib.ucsd.edu/digital-library)
For the Culture, Art, and Technology (CAT) 1: Migration Narratives in the Sixth College writing program taught by Amanda Solomon in the Fall of 2016, students were asked to think about how they view the current campus climate and respond to the fourth chapter of Angela Kong's dissertation, "Re-examining Diversity Policy at University of California, San Diego: The Racial Politics of Asian Americans" Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of California, San Diego, 2014.
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