Multicultural Month has only been recently recognized and celebrated, but it was first celebrated in April of 2004. The United States is a prime example of a modern multicultural society, with more than 350 languages and nearly 1,500 race and ethnicity groups. We invite everyone to find ways to unite in humanity and find strength in diversity.
Celebrate with us by adding our Zoom background during your meetings between April 1 through April 30

Recommended Films/Documentaries by Yuba College (available now on YC Kanopy)

  • Forbidden: Undocumented and Queer in Rural America
  • The Judge
  • The Farewell
  • Moccasins and Microphones: Modern Native Storytelling Through Performance Poetry

Recommended Books by Yuba College (available for check-out at YC Marysville Library)

  • The Hate you give by Angie Thomas (Fiction addressing race and police brutality)
  • “I am Malala: The Girl who Stood Up for Education and was shot by the Taliban” by Malala Yousafzai (autobiography)
  • “I am not your perfect Mexican daughter” by Erika L. Sanchez
  • “Braiding Sweetgrass” by Robin Wall Kimmerer
  • Pachinko by Min Jin Lee

Register for Virtual Multicultural Month Activities Here:

Black Student Success (April 22-26)

6th Annual CCC LGBTQ+ Summit (April 24-25)

Printable April Activities

Activities coordinated through the IE Center, planned with

ASYC, Ruth Catalan, Crystal Garcia, Chrystal Gillming, and Anabel Toche