Living in the Bubble: The Hidden Social Issues of Orange County

Date of Event: 
Monday, November 5, 2012 to Thursday, November 8, 2012

Living in the Bubble: The Hidden Social Costs of Orange County. A weeklong event from November 5-8, 2012 at Saddleback College. Presented by the Ethnic Studies Program.

Monday, November 5 - Addiction. 12-1:30 - Addiction and Recovery panel discussion in HS 145. 4-6pm - "Overtaken", a film about drug abuse in south orange county, and discussion in BGS 356.

Tuesday, November 6 - Mental Illness. 1-2pm - Helping Children with Autism talk by Allison Jobin in SSC 212. 5-7pm - Menal Illness and Law Enforcement: Erasing the Stigma presentation in HS 145.

Wednesday, November 7 - Homelessness. 1-3pm - Student Poster Session on Social Issues in the O.C. in SSC 212. 7-9pm - "Homeless: The Motel Kids of Orange County" film showing and discussion in SSC 212.

Thursday, November 8 - Discrimination and Violence. 12-1:30pm - Student videos on bullying and anti-gay violence in HS 145. 7-9pm - "Becoming Me: The Gender Within" film about transgendered individuals and discussion with Colle Carpenter about his experiences in BGS 356. For additional information, contact ccesareosilva@saddleback.edu.