L.I.F.E. Week

L.I.F.E. Week

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Date and Time

Monday, April 22, 2013 — Friday, April 26, 2013




Monday, April 22 -- Human Trafficking
7 p.m., University Center Forum B
Slavery in Our Backyard: Michelle Atkins from San Diego Youth Services speaks about human trafficking in San Diego and shares survivor stories

Tuesday, April 23 -- Domestic Violence
12 p.m. - 2 p.m., Plaza Menor in front of the Student Life Pavilion 
“Heal a Heart”- Decorate tote bags for survivors of domestic violence 

5:30 p.m., University Center Forum B 
Spirituality is Served Community Dinner: Life-Long Impact of Domestic Violence on Children presented by local experts working in the field of domestic violence

Wednesday, April 24 -- Immigration
7 p.m., Shiley Theatre 
“Define American”: Jose Vargas, Pulitzer Prize Winning Journalist and one of Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People of 2012, will put a human face on immigration as he shares his experience as an undocumented immigrant 

9 p.m., Founders Chapel 
Mass for Peace: Join us as we pray for L.I.F.E. Week issues 

Thursday, April 25 -- Abortion
12 p.m. – 2 p.m., Plaza Menor in front of the Student Life Pavilion 
Hungry for Change: Sack lunch packing for the immigrants and the homeless of San Diego at St.Vincent de Paul 

7 p.m., University Center, Forum B 
Women Deserve Better: Screening of the award-winning short film, “Crescendo,” and discussion with Sally Winn of Feminists for Life, internationally known speaker and women’s rights advocate

Friday, April 26 HIV/AIDS
7 p.m., University Center Forum C 
The Voices of HIV/AIDS: Jamar Rogers, finalist on "The Voice," shares his story living with HIV/AIDS and his musical talent in conversation with Dr. Emily Reimer-Barry, USD professor, and representatives from Christie’s Place

Sponsored by Students for Life, University Ministry, and Associated Students

leading change at USD