8th Annual Conference on Saturday, February 2, 2019 at Lincoln High School in San Diego. This year’s theme is “Teaching in the Face of (Im)migration, Incarceration, and Borders: Ethnic Studies Resistance.”
Keynote speakers Dr. Medina Abdullah (Black Lives Matter, Los Angeles and Cal State Los Angeles) and Maria Figueroa-Chacon, (Puente Project, Mira Costa College), as well as morning and afternoon sessions offered by educators, students and activists, will address ways that Ethnic Studies in K-12 and collegiate settings can transform education and empower students. We hope to foster vibrant discussions about the future of Ethnic Studies in California, and empower attendees to make connections and learn from one another. Below are some of the details, as well as a link for registration.
- University Affiliates/Faculty: $75
- Teachers (K-12): $30
- Students: $10 – If you are interested in attending, the department will cover your registration cost. Please contact Maria Menezes to reserve your space!
Lunch is included!