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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 →

UTLA teachers produce info sheet for families regarding student school attendance during strike

Folks, There’s a lot of misinformation spreading about LAUSD attendance during the strike. So some teachers came up with this informational sheet to address the rumors and questions out there, and 99% of it is applicable to everyone else (the… 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 →

Rescheduled: Tue Oct 23rd, 415pm: Faculty Lecture by Edwin Mayorga “Conocimiento y curación: Latinx youth understanding and combating their own trauma through PAR entremundos”

“Conocimiento y curación: Latinx youth understanding and combating their own trauma through PAR entremundos” Faculty Lecture by Edwin Mayorga, Assistant Professor of Educational Studies Director of the Education in our Barrios Project (#BarrioEdProject) Rescheduled to Tuesday, October 23rd, 4:15PM, reception… Continue Reading →

Support FACTS by donating to the 5K

Teo and Jen’s school, the Folk Arts Cultural Treasures Charter School (FACTS) is hosting its 3rd annual 5K fundraiser Located in Philadelphia’s Chinatown, FACTS believes in promoting the cultural, physical and social health of its students and their surrounding community. FACTS continues… Continue Reading →

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