SHARE THE EARTH is a series of earth-friendly events that takes place in the UWM Union during the academic year. All events are free and open to the public, unless otherwise noted.
Union: Share The Earth
Earth Week Events: 2015!!
Share the Earth Presents:
The Revolution in America's Fields- an expose on the battle faced by a group of Florida farmworkers.
When: Mon., April 20 - 7pm
Where: Union Theatre, 2nd Floor
FREE and open to the public
Watch the trailer!
Please join us after the film for a panel with experts on farmworker's rights moderated by Enrique Figueroa, Director of the UWM Roberto Hernandez Center
Check out the facebook event "Milwaukee Screening of Food Chains"
There will be a 6 raffles prizes distributed throughout the evening: 4 VIP passes to the Oriental or Downter Theatres donated by Landmark Cinemas and 2 VIP Ex Fabula passes to the year end Story Slam
Build Your Own Terrariums!!
When: Tues: April 21, 3:00-4:30pm
Where: UWM Union Concourse
What: Create your own glass terrarium to take home and enjoy! Don't worry if you don't know how- we will show you!
Open to all students
Co-sponsored by the Studio Arts and Craft Centre, the Campus Activies Board, and the Conservation Club
Earth Day Celebration!
When: EARTH DAY! Wed: April 22, 11:00am-1:00pm
Where: Spaights Plaza
What: Join us in celebrating the earth by screen printing posters with environmental inspired designs (with eco-friendly ink and paper), enjoying an American Indian Grass Dancer performance by Ronnie Preston, and by tasting some locally grown goodies!
Environmental Sustainability Internship and Volunteer Fair
When: Thurs: April 23, 11:00am- 1:30pm
Where: UWM Union Concourse
What: Come and find out about some wonderful internship and volunteer opportunities to get involved with environmental organizations in your own backyard! Learn about opportunities in urban agriculture, farming, river preservation, youth work, and more!!
The Dangerous Game!!
When: Thurs: April 23, 4:30- 7:00pm
Where: Union Wisconsin Room East
What: Join us for an experiential play on the role of global citizenship and the significance of a sustainable planet.
· “Earn” money with the “technology” of your world
· Discuss the balance between paying the rent and damaging the planet
· Question, challenge, & push the boundaries on global diplomacy
Photography Exhibit from UWM’s Alternative Spring Break Trip to Asheville, NC
When: Thurs. April 23rd- Friday April 24th; All day
Where: Union Concourse
What: Come and see beautiful photographs taken by participants of UWM's Alternative Spring Break Trip, coordinated by the UWM Center for Community-Based Learning, Leadership, and Research.
For more information regarding Share the Earth events please contuct Laura Mintel at firstname.lastname@example.org