Students and community members eat, drink and break cultural boundaries at the Home Away From Home Potluck that kicked off Indigenous Peoples' Week in the fall 2019 semester. | Photo by Thomas Lal

Equity Arcata Holds Home Away From Home Potluck

Potluck seeks to bring together and welcome students to the community
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Potluck seeks to bring together and welcome students to the community

Equity Arcata’s Home Away From Home Potluck is an event that happens four times a year. There are two during the spring semester and two during the fall semester. The purpose is to bring together all students, community members and local businesses and make them feel welcome within the community while enjoying a free meal.

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