Panel Discussion on Diversity: March 14

Honoring Academic Legacies of Diversity at San Diego Mesa College and Beyond: Equity and Valuing Critical Contributions of Chicana/o Studies and Black Studies Departments

Friday, March 14 at 9AM-12PM 
Room H-117/118 (next to Cafeteria)
@ San Diego Mesa College

Recognize the over 40 year histories of each of these departments on the San Diego Mesa College campus; educate the campus and community about issues related to understanding and valuing the critical contributions of Chicana/o Studies and Black Studies Departments in Higher Education; and highlight local, state and national legislative educational policies that have and will impact the future success of all students and with a focus on students of color and first generation students.

Confirmed panelists:
Shirley N. Weber, Ph.D.
Assemblymember, 79th Assembly District

Alexandro José Gradilla, Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Dual Chair
Chicana and Chicano Studies Department
African American Studies Department
California State University, Fullerton

Beatriz Tapia, M.A.
Associate Professor
Chicana and Chicano Studies Department
East Los Angeles College

Valerie Cuevas, M.A.
Director of External Relations,
The Education Trust—West

Starla Lewis
Black Studies Department
San Diego Mesa College

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