CEC Events

Welcome to the CEC Events Page!

This page is dedicated to sharing events hosted, sponsored and collaborated through the CEC as well as events hosted by our partners! And don’t forget to follow us on our social media platforms with more up to date info!

CEC/Collaborative/5C Events

Disability Justice on Campus : Unpacking Ableism & Sanism | Direct Action @ Pitzer and Project LETS

Tuesday April 19th, 2022 | 4PM | REGISTER.

Project LETS “is a national grassroots organization and movement led by and for folks with lived experience of mental illness/madness, Disability, trauma, & neurodivergence. We specialize in building just, responsive, and transformative peer support collectives and community mental health care structures that do not depend on state-sanctioned systems that trap our folks in the medical/prison-industrial complex. We work for and with multiply marginalized folks in our communities to provide access, political education, & material resources that are needed to survive and thrive. We believe in a world without systems of oppression, where non-carceral responses to crises are the norm!”

Learn more about Project LETS on their website [projectlets.org] and check out other events and educational resources Direct Action at Pitzer has sponsored/created on ours [https://www.pitzer.edu/cec/community-pillars/direct_action_pz/]

This event is sponsored by Campus Life Committee


Margo Okazawa-Rey Fellowship Report Back

Wednesday, April 13th | 5:30 PM | Zoom

The Margo Okazawa-Rey (MOR) Summer Fellowship was designed to encourage students to implement creative community-based research projects that integrate social justice, multi-racial solidarity, and feminism. Puitzer’s Community Engagement Center 9CEC) with support of the Intercollegiate Department of Asian American Studies (IDAAS) invite you to join us and our 2021-2022 MOR fellows for their presentations on their projects, continuing the legacy of community engagement and social justice in Asian American Studies.

Featured Students

Aditi Madhok | Pitzer College
Gina Caliboso | Claremont Graduate Univeristy
Janelle Li | Pomona College
Malaya Caligtan-Tran | Pitzer College
Milly Chi | Pitzer College


Getting to the Core : Imagine What Can Be with Je Nae Taylor

Thursday, April 14th, 2022 | 5PM | REGISTER

This workshop invites participants to amplify absurdity, indulge in curiosity, radically collaborate, exchange stories an wave at the clouds. Really, we are going to listen to each other, gather our resources, play creatively and assess our impact.

This event is brought to you by Campus Life Committee, Racial Justice Initiative


STORYTELLER’S Poetry, Arts & Film Festival feat. Pitzer Artist/Activist in Residence and Pomona Poet Laureate, Judah 1

Friday and Saturday April 22nd and 23rd | the Benson Auditorium, Grove House, Mounds and the Founders Room
10am – 10pm


Microbiology BIO168L and CEC | Bi weekly discussions | Zoom:  https://pitzer.zoom.us/j/82935976913

Feb 22 | Mar 8 | Mar 22 | Apr 5 | Apr 19 | May 3 | May 17 from 4-5pm PST