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Join us! Rethinking Ethnic Studies book group

Summer Reading Series Announcement Join Chris Rogers & Edwin Mayorga in a reading of Rethinking Ethnic Studies (RES) from Rethinking Schools! Built around the themes of indigeneity, decolonization, anti-racism, and activism, RES offers vital resources for educators committed to the… Continue Reading →

Edwin Mayorga on Public Engagement and Digital Access in East Harlem

Found this blog post from 2014 written by my friend Dr. Collette Sosnowy that was part of a series on East Harlem by now JustPublics365, a projected that ended in 2015. “In a recent talk at the CUNY Graduate Center, Edwin talked… Continue Reading →

2.11.19 – Teaching While Black Should Not Be A Crime Book Talk @ Robeson House 6pm

Join us for this powerful book talk! Monday, Feb. 11, 2019 Paul Robeson House 4951 Walnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19139 6-8p Teaching While Black Should Not Be A Crime Across the country over the past year, public school teachers have… Continue Reading →

Thur (1.24.19) Being Yourself and Playing Your Way, challenging gender stereotypes thru children’s lit

This week’s Encuentros Politicos/Political Encounters: Being Yourself and Playing Your Way, a conversation with Afsaneh Moradian about challenging gender stereotypes through children’s literature On Usalamedia.com Thursday, Jan 24 (9a), with a repeat Sunday, Jan 27 (5p) [Eastern] Jamie Is Jamie:… Continue Reading →

Thur (1/10) 9a: Looking like a language, sounding like a race, a conversation with Dr. Jonathan Rosa on #USALAradio

On this week’s #EncuentrosPoliticos I speak with scholar/author Dr. Jonathan Rosa, about his book Looking like a Language, Sounding like a Race: Raciolinguistic Ideologies and the Learning of Latinidad. Tune-in Thursday’s at 9am est, with rerun on Sunday’s at 5pm… Continue Reading →

11.29.18: School Closures and the Black Community: Panel & Eve Ewing Book Talk @ Uncle Bobbie’s

Free & Open to Public! Thursday, November 29, 2018, starting at 5pm at The People’s Sanctuary (Uncle Bobbie’s Coffee & Books).   In 1978 education specialist Richard L. Andrews was quoted as saying “(O)nce a school is closed, the environmental… Continue Reading →

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