Ethnic Studies 40 Years Later:
“Race Resistance and Relevance”
Saturday, October 10, 2009
6:30 pm to 11:30 pm
Join us for an elegant evening of reflection, celebration and rejuvenation on Saturday, October 10, 2009. The St. Francis Yacht Club will be the site for the College’s gala celebration honoring the birth of the field and appreciating those who contributed n significant ways to it. “Ethnic Studies 40 Years Later: “Race Resistance and Relevance” honoring the birth of the field and the College of Ethnic Studies. Celebrating those who exemplified the great accomplishments of the past and creating a new fellowship of friends and colleagues who will commit to even greater achievement in the future. Come enjoy fine music, excellent cuisine and stimulating conversation as we reinvigorate ourselves and our commitment to relevant education in the service of our communities.
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Founded in 1927, the St. Francis Yacht Club is recognized as one of the most prominent and active yacht clubs in the world. The Club hosts prominent regattas such as the Rolex Big Boat Series in addition to numerous national and international championships, which attract avid sailors and spectators from around the globe. The St. Francis Yacht Club also prides itself in hosting events for a diverse range of city leaders. The St. Francis Yacht Club is blessed with unparalleled views of the San Francisco Bay, Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, and Angel Island. Every room within the clubhouse walls has a view of landmarks that make San Francisco so special, making it the ideal location for spectators and the perfect setting for any event.