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  • Watch anytime after Friday, March 26: The Cold Equations: A Play for Radio
    Sinclair Theatre presents The Cold Equations: A Play for Radio, based upon the short story of the same name by Tom Godwin, streaming free on Sinclair Theatre’s Facebook page @sinclairtheatre beginning March 26, 2021. Adapted and directed by Daniel Brunk, the audio performance features the voices of Connor Gray, Mari Pullings, Alexis Paige, Kiarra Matos, Helen Mahle-Grisez and Lydia Dye. While Godwin’s original science fiction space story was published in 1954, its timeless ethical dilemma remains in Brunk’s updated version, accompanied by a creatively expanded plot. "The Cold Equations” refers to scientific calculations used to create unemotional procedures designed to ensure successful missions. Streaming on the Sinclair Theatre Facebook page
  • The Theatre Department and Diversity Office debuts Illuminated: Ancestors, Love, Kinship, a virtual production showcasing Black voices. The production is directed by local poet Sierra Leone and includes 15 selections of creative theatre, expression, spoken word, and poetry by Black authors, compiled by Sinclair’s Poet Laureate Furaha Henry-Jones and performed by Sinclair Theatre acting majors. The recording was edited by Sinclair instructor Rodney Veal. 
  • Sinclair's Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Virtural Event—enjoy this recording of Sinclair's 2021 Virtual MLK Program featuring Sinclair Poet Laureate Furaha Henry-Jones and other performers ad they connect with quotes from Dr. King's final speech. Passcode: Mr3=bR0V.
  • Vision 2020: 11th Dayton/Kyoto International Print Exchange & Exhibition from Sinclair Community College Online Art Gallery

Tuesday, May 11, 2021

  • Catch Up Convos: Sinclair LINC: Listen, Intersect, Network, Connect | 3:00 p.m.
    Feeling lonely?  Miss seeing your work acquaintances?  Join us for a networking hour. One hour to connect with 3 – 5 other Sinclair employees. Maybe it will be someone you know well but haven’t talked with lately; maybe someone you used to wave to in the hallway but didn’t know that well; or maybe someone you’ve never met. Be part of the mix and catch up with your colleagues

Wednesday, May 12, 2021

  • Let’s End Ageism | 1:00 p.m.
    Discussion Facilitated by Carlina Figueroa
    Ashton Applewhite urges us to dismantle the dread and mobilize against the last socially acceptable prejudice. "Aging is not a problem to be fixed or a disease to be cured, it is a natural, powerful, lifelong process that unites us all."  Join Carlina in a discussion on ageism, a prejudice that pits us against our future selves, and each other. Please watch the TED Talk before the session: Let's End Ageism

Friday, May 14, 2021

  • End of Year WILL Celebration | 12:00 Noon
    Let’s celebrate the end of the year together (on zoom)! What have you learned during the year? How are you stronger? What self-care plans do you have for the summer?

  • Sinclair Theatre: Puffs (tickets required in advance, $18) | 7:00 p.m.
    The comedy of seven increasingly eventful years at a certain school of magic and magic. Or the tale of students who were at school with Harry Potter and might be classified as the playwright, Matt Cox, put it as “anyone who was never destined to save the world.” In person in Blair Hall Theatre on the Sinclair campus. Masks required.

Saturday, May 15, 2021

  • Sinclair Theatre: Puffs (tickets required in advance, $18) | 7:00 p.m.
    The comedy of seven increasingly eventful years at a certain school of magic and magic. Or the tale of students who were at school with Harry Potter and might be classified as the playwright, Matt Cox, put it as “anyone who was never destined to save the world.” In person in Blair Hall Theatre on the Sinclair campus. Masks required.

Sunday, May 16, 2021

  • Sinclair Theatre: Puffs (tickets required in advance, $18) | 2:00 p.m.
    The comedy of seven increasingly eventful years at a certain school of magic and magic. Or the tale of students who were at school with Harry Potter and might be classified as the playwright, Matt Cox, put it as “anyone who was never destined to save the world.” In person in Blair Hall Theatre on the Sinclair campus. Masks required.

Thursday, May 20, 2021

  • Sinclair 101: Tartan TOPS | 12:00 Noon  
    Presented by Lorrie Spivey and Tristan Chaput
    Tartan TOPS is a new program at Sinclair that connects students aged 18 – 24 who have an intellectual disability with general education courses and internship experiences. Students who successfully complete the program receive an Academic Career Readiness and Training credential.

  • Sinclair Theatre: Puffs (tickets required in advance, $18) | 7:00 p.m.
    The comedy of seven increasingly eventful years at a certain school of magic and magic. Or the tale of students who were at school with Harry Potter and might be classified as the playwright, Matt Cox, put it as “anyone who was never destined to save the world.” In person in Blair Hall Theatre on the Sinclair campus. Masks required.

Friday, May 21, 2021

  • Sinclair Theatre: Puffs (tickets required in advance, $18) | 7:00 p.m.
    The comedy of seven increasingly eventful years at a certain school of magic and magic. Or the tale of students who were at school with Harry Potter and might be classified as the playwright, Matt Cox, put it as “anyone who was never destined to save the world.” In person in Blair Hall Theatre on the Sinclair campus. Masks required.

Saturday, May 22, 2021

  • Sinclair Theatre: Puffs (tickets required in advance, $18) | 7:00 p.m.
    The comedy of seven increasingly eventful years at a certain school of magic and magic. Or the tale of students who were at school with Harry Potter and might be classified as the playwright, Matt Cox, put it as “anyone who was never destined to save the world.” In person in Blair Hall Theatre on the Sinclair campus. Masks required.

Sunday, May 23, 2021

  • Sinclair Theatre: Puffs (tickets required in advance, $18) | 2:00 p.m.
    The comedy of seven increasingly eventful years at a certain school of magic and magic. Or the tale of students who were at school with Harry Potter and might be classified as the playwright, Matt Cox, put it as “anyone who was never destined to save the world.” In person in Blair Hall Theatre on the Sinclair campus. Masks required.

Tuesday, May 25, 2021

  • The Farewell Film Discussion | 2:00 p.m. 
    Facilitated by Meng Riddle
    Discussion on the film The Farewell about a Chinese family who discovers their beloved grandmother has a short while left to live and decides to keep her in the dark, scheduling a wedding to gather the family before she dies. Please watch the film before the session. The movie will be available beginning in March 2021 on the Sinclair Diversity Office and Library sites.

Friday, May 28, 2021

  • Film Discussion: Paris is Burning | 1:00 p.m.
    As with many parts of history, BIPOC individuals are often times erased from the LGBT+ movement. Paris is Burning, an acclaimed documentary, takes a look specifically at ballroom culture among Black and Latin communities in the late 1980’s. Please join us for a conversation about topics that include: the role ballroom culture has played in the lives of LGBT People of Color, the relevance of this film today, chosen families, and homelessness among LGBT youth. Please watch the film before the discussion: Paris is Burning

Thursday, June 3, 2021

  • Diversity Film Series: The Great American Lie Discussion | 3:30 p.m.
    Facilitated by Michael Carter and amaha sellassie 
    Join Michael Carter and Amaha Sellassie in a discussion on the documentary by Jennifer Siebel Newsom, examining how a US value system built on the extreme masculine ideals of money, power and control has glorified individualism, institutionalized inequality, and undermined the ability of most Americans to achieve the American Dream. Before the session, watch the movie The Great American Lie

Friday, June 4, 2021

Monday, June 7, 2021

  • Book Discussion: Caste: The Origins of our Discontents | 11:30 a.m. or 3:30 p.m.
    Second session of a two-part discussion (May 24 and June 7) of Isabel Wilkerson's best-selling book Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents which examines the unspoken caste system that has shaped America and shows how our lives today are still defined by a hierarchy of human divisions. Before May 24 read pages 1-257; before June 7 read pages 258-377. Register for the 11:30 a.m. discussion. Register for the 3:30 p.m. discussion.

Thursday, June 10, 2021

  • Water Cooler Online: Sinclair LINC: Listen, Intersect, Network, Connect | 10:00 a.m.
    It's been hard to catch up at the proverbial "water cooler" during the past year. Meet old friends and new people during Water Cooler Online. A one-hour zoom session where employees will be paired with another employee for a 10-minute conversation, and then we switch pairs.  Depending on the number of participants, we expect 3 – 5 pairings during the one-hour session.

Friday, June 11, 2021

  • SinclairLearns: EQ in Action | 9:00 a.m. 
    Facilitated by James Warden
    IQ may get you hired, but it's your EQ that could get you promoted! Emotional intelligence, or EQ, is the ability to identify, understand and manage our own emotions and to recognize, understand and influence the emotions of others. Using the Goleman Model of Emotional Intelligence, participants will explore the four domains of self-awareness, self-management, social awareness and relationship management. Participants will complete the Quick EQ Self-Assessment and prepare an action plan for developing the skills that strengthen emotional intelligence.

  • Safe Space, An Introduction: Cultivating a Welcoming and Inclusive Environment for the LGBTQ+ Spectrum (Part 2 of 4) | 12:00 Noon
    Safe Space Training seeks to create an inclusive and welcoming campus community by equipping staff and faculty to identify and recognize signs of prejudice against LGBTQIA+ persons, use words and actions that demonstrate respect for all persons, and lead the way in fostering respectful interactions among individuals and groups on the Sinclair campus and in the larger community.

Monday, June 14, 2021

  • Reflections Of My Father | 10:00 a.m. 
    Facilitated by Michael Carter
    Share a story or memory during the week of Father’s Day. Join us to give your personal 10-minute reflection of what your father has meant to you. (Choose one of the 10 separate Zoom sessions the week of June 14th. Each session limited to 10 participants.)

  • Reflections Of My Father | 3:00 p.m. 
    Facilitated by Michael Carter
    Share a story or memory during the week of Father’s Day. Join us to give your personal 10-minute reflection of what your father has meant to you. (Choose one of the 10 separate Zoom sessions the week of June 14th. Each session limited to 10 participants.)

Tuesday, June 15, 2021

  • Reflections Of My Father | 10:00 a.m.
    Facilitated by Michael Carter
    Share a story or memory during the week of Father’s Day.  Join us to give your personal 10-minute reflection of what your father has meant to you. (Choose one of the 10 separate Zoom sessions the week of June 14th. Each session limited to 10 participants).

  • Reflections Of My Father | 3:00 p.m. 
    Facilitated by Michael Carter
    Share a story or memory during the week of Father’s Day. Join us to give your personal 10-minute reflection of what your father has meant to you. (Choose one of the 10 separate Zoom sessions the week of June 14th. Each session limited to 10 participants).

Wednesday, June 16, 2021

  • Reflections Of My Father | 10:00 a.m.
    Facilitated by Michael Carter
    Share a story or memory during the week of Father’s Day.  Join us to give your personal 10-minute reflection of what your father has meant to you. (Choose one of the 10 separate Zoom sessions the week of June 14th. Each session limited to 10 participants).

  • Reflections Of My Father | 3:00 p.m. 
    Facilitated by Michael Carter
    Share a story or memory during the week of Father’s Day. Join us to give your personal 10-minute reflection of what your father has meant to you. (Choose one of the 10 separate Zoom sessions the week of June 14th. Each session limited to 10 participants).

Thursday, June 17, 2021

  • Reflections Of My Father | 10:00 a.m.
    Facilitated by Michael Carter
    Share a story or memory during the week of Father’s Day.  Join us to give your personal 10-minute reflection of what your father has meant to you. (Choose one of the 10 separate Zoom sessions the week of June 14th. Each session limited to 10 participants).

  • Sinclair 101: Geographers as Problem Finder and Solvers | 12:00 Noon
    All areas of life can be seen through a geography lens – who lives closest to hazardous waste? Where are the lowest cancer risks? What differences in opportunities and challenges can you see when you compare census tracts, zip codes, cities, state borders or whole countries? Geographers work on all sorts of topics—identifying who is most/least vulnerable, understanding our weather and climate, and critically thinking about how the global impacts local environment. Geographers work as Problem Finders and Solvers. Join Jacquie Housel for look at the work being done by Sinclair faculty and students across the disciplines with the tools and lens of geography.  

  • Reflections Of My Father | 3:00 p.m. 
    Facilitated by Michael Carter
    Share a story or memory during the week of Father’s Day. Join us to give your personal 10-minute reflection of what your father has meant to you. (Choose one of the 10 separate Zoom sessions the week of June 14th. Each session limited to 10 participants).

Friday, June 18, 2021

  • Reflections Of My Father | 10:00 a.m.
    Facilitated by Michael Carter
    Share a story or memory during the week of Father’s Day.  Join us to give your personal 10-minute reflection of what your father has meant to you. (Choose one of the 10 separate Zoom sessions the week of June 14th. Each session limited to 10 participants).

  • Safe Space, An Introduction: Cultivating a Welcoming and Inclusive Environment for the LGBTQ+ Spectrum (Part 3 of 4) | 12:00 Noon
    Safe Space Training seeks to create an inclusive and welcoming campus community by equipping staff and faculty to identify and recognize signs of prejudice against LGBTQIA+ persons, use words and actions that demonstrate respect for all persons, and lead the way in fostering respectful interactions among individuals and groups on the Sinclair campus and in the larger community.

  • Reflections Of My Father | 3:00 p.m. 
    Facilitated by Michael Carter
    Share a story or memory during the week of Father’s Day. Join us to give your personal 10-minute reflection of what your father has meant to you. (Choose one of the 10 separate Zoom sessions the week of June 14th. Each session limited to 10 participants).

  • Equity Friday

Friday, June 25, 2021

Tuesday, September 7, 2021

  • Hinduism: A Tour of Story and Space | 3:30 p.m.
    Facilitated by Amanda Hayden
    We will focus on an overview of Hindu history, belief and practice, with an emphasis on sacred story and sites throughout northern India, including the Ganges River in Varanasi (the Holiest City), Rishikesh (The Yoga Capital of the World) and Gandhi's Ashram and Memorial Site.

Friday, September 10, 2021

  • Hinduism: A Tour of Story and Space | 11:00 a.m.
    Facilitated by Amanda Hayden
    We will focus on an overview of Hindu history, belief and practice, with an emphasis on sacred story and sites throughout northern India, including the Ganges River in Varanasi (the Holiest City), Rishikesh (The Yoga Capital of the World) and Gandhi's Ashram and Memorial Site.

Friday, September 24, 2021

  • Article Discussion: You Call It Professionalism, I Call It Oppression In A Three Piece Suit | 12:00 Noon
    Facilitated by Kathleen Gish and Lajmar Anderson
    Have you ever found yourself wondering, “is this ok to wear to work?”  What constitutes professional attire can vary across cultures, workplaces, and departments. Concepts such as dress codes and professionalism can raise questions about self-worth, respect, and self-expression. Join Kathleen & Lajmar as we explore together how clothing can enforce hierarchies in the workplace based in class, race, and gender. Before the event, please read Professionalism and Oppression