The 3rd Annual Education and Ethnic Studies Summit
Saturday, April 28, 2018, 8am-4pm
Beckman Hall Lobby (Welcome Table)
Ethnic Studies looks at the intersections of the many forms of oppression and identities, not just race. Attallah College’s annual summit is a nonpartisan event designed to help shape the understanding and development of Ethnic Studies programs at Chapman University and beyond. The goal is to foster a dialogue and inform the public on the purpose and goal of Ethnic Studies. The summit gathers local and national leaders in education and other key stakeholders, including students, parents, and community leaders.
The 3rd Annual Education & Ethnic Studies Summit will explore the power of critical consciousness, spirituality, and solidarity in the movement for Ethnic Studies.
Workshops for Teachers, Students, Youth, & Parents
Live Performance by Chingona Fire: A Feminist Latina Poetry Collective
SPEAKERS & PRESENTERS
Angela Valenzuela, University of Texas at Austin
Tracy Buenavista, CSU Northridge
James Kirylo, University of South Carolina
Paolo Magcalas, Loara High School
XITO (Xicanx Institute for Teaching and Organizing), an urban education consulting collective, whose nationally renowned urban education experts have years of work serving minoritized students.
Registration Required by Wednesday, April 25, 2018
Free (Lunch included)
For updated event information and speaker biographies, visit: chapman.edu/ethnic-studies-summit