From the Plan de Santa Bárbara for Chicano Studies to the Quest for Equity in Education.
As Latinos commemorate historic struggles in the civil and human rights arena 50 years ago, academic leaders gather at CSU San Bernardino to examine the road traveled in the quest for equity in education. Instead of remembering those movements with nostalgia, veterans propose to address the current reality of widespread abuse and discrimination against immigrants and indigenous communities and the ever elusive dream of equity in education. How are veterans passing the baton to the next generation?
Guests: Enrique Murillo, Executive Director and Founder, Latino Education and Advocacy Days LEAD, CSUSB, San Bernardino, CA; Esther Alonso Gómez, Doctoral Candidate, UNAM, Binational Academic Liaison and Dreamers Study Abroad Program Research Team – California-Mexico Studies Center, Mexico City; Isabel Medina Ruiz, Doctoral Candidate, UNAM, Binational Academic Projects Coordinator and Dreamers Study Abroad Program Research Team – California-Mexico Studies Center, Mexico City; Roberto García, Dreamer, California-Mexico Studies Center, Fresno, CA.
Photo: LEAD Summit XI
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