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The Contemporary Importance of Asian American History:Bridging Past and Present

Saturday, June 26, 2021 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm

Location: Zoom

Cost: Free

Presenter: Dr. Phillip Hutchison, Department of Asian American Studies, CSUN

A Short Introduction: “The past is never dead. It's not even past.”  I would like to share moments in Asian American history that help us understand the roots of the forever foreigner and model minority stereotypes, especially as they continue to affect Asian Americans today.  History will remain the primary focus of the talk.

A Short biography: Dr. Hutchison has been teaching in CSUN’s Asian American Studies department since 2003, primarily teaching courses in Asian American legal and political history. Dr. Hutchison also teaches with the Educational Opportunity Program, and first started working with them in various capacities in 1997 and have been teaching with their transitional programs since 2006. Dr. Hutchison received his B.A. in Asian American Studies and Chicano Studies from CSUN in 2000, and his M.A. in Asian American studies from UCLA in 2002, and his Ph.D. in Cultural Studies from George Mason University in 2011.

Recommended books for Asian American history:

  • Scott Kurashige, The Shifting Grounds of Race:Black and Japanese Americans in the Making of Multiethnic Los Angeles.
  • Robert G. Lee, Orientals:Asian Americans in Popular Culture
  • Daryl Maeda, Chains of Babylon:The Rise of Asian America.
  • Helen Heran Jun, Race for Citizenship:Black Orientalism and Asian Uplift from Pre-Emancipation to Neoliberal America.

This event is sponsored by CSUN China Institute, the University Library, the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, and the local community organization CHEER(https://www.sfvcheer.org/). It is free and open to the public.

 

Juneteenth:Road to Freedom–Community Lecture about Juneteenth

Saturday, June 19, 2021 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm

Location: Zoom
Cost: Free

加州州立大学北岭分校学术研讨系列

Presenter: Dr. Cedric Hackett, Associate Professor, Department of Africana Studies, CSUN 

A Short Introduction: June 19th, 1865, formerly known as Freedom Day, is a watershed moment in African American history. Join us as we discuss the historical legacy of Black existence in the United States, the genesis of Juneteenth, why we celebrate, and the ongoing struggle for recognized liberation.

A Short biography: Cedric Hackett, Ed.D. is an associate professor in the department of Africana Studies at California State University, Northridge and the director of the DuBois-Hamer Institute for Academic Achievement, which supports student success through community and campus partnerships. He also works for the athletic department as a Counseling Faculty member at Santa Monica Community College. Dr. Hackett received his Doctor of Education degree in Higher Education Leadership at California Lutheran University in 2011. He was a recipient of the prestigious Chancellor’s Doctoral Incentive Program designed to assist students who are interested in teaching in the California State University. His research interests are broad, spanning from leadership, identity development, athletics, and student development & engagement, to racially engaging pedagogy and the psychological and sociological nature of underrepresented groups(i.e. experiences of Black Men in higher education). His recent scholarship includes Get In Where You Fit In:Understanding Engaged Learning in an African-centered Environment(Journal of Negro Education, 2018)and Kufundisha:An Innovative Teaching Approach for Student Engagement and Experiential Learning(Journal for Pan African Studies, 2016).

  • Recommended books for this lecture:
  • Annette Gordon-Reed, On Juneteenth, 2021
  • Ms. Opal Lee , Juneteenth:A Children’s Story, 2019
  • Floyd Cooper, Juneteenth for Mazie, 2015
  • Ralph Ellison, Juneteenth, 1999

This event is sponsored by CSUN China Institute, the University Library, the College of Social and Behavior Sciences, and the local community organization CHEER(https://www.sfvcheer.org/). It is free and open to the public.

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CTA说:留言于2021-06-23 16:32:56(第1条)
The 2021 Summer Institute registration is now open to all CTA members. This week-long online conference features a variety of workshops and tracks with a focus on preparing you and your local for the challenges that lie ahead with a special emphasis on the unique issues and challenges we will all face as we prepare for the new school year.

The 2021 Summer Institute – Home Edition! is free to CTA members and will start on July 26th. Do not miss this extraordinary opportunity!

The elective sessions and tracks will emulate our in-person annual Summer Institute:
Communications: participants will learn why, when and how to use various communication tools for branding, education advocacy, member engagement campaigns and state and local elections.
Economic Justice: members will be taught how to become knowledgeable and persuasive advocates for economic justice and the education profession, especially in these times of political extremes.
Emerging Leaders: intended for all CTA members who are beginning or want to get more involved in their union.
Bargaining Skills: participants will learn basic skills and knowledge important to all bargaining team members, with a focus on current bargaining issues during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Instruction and Professional Development: these sessions will focus on addressing the needs of educators on how to address trauma and self-care for students and themselves.
Member Benefits: these sessions will help association leaders build their skills to engage members in new ways, providing tools and resources to help your local stay on the right track and help you engineer through hazardous conditions as well. Attend these sessions to learn how to take full advantage of all the benefits available to members.
Member Organizing: these sessions will focus on the skills, abilities, and proven best practices to recruit, engage, and organize members in our chapters and at every worksite.
School Finance: in these sessions, attendees will learn to analyze district finances and how to use this knowledge to prepare for successful negotiations.

Website: https://www.cta.org/event/2021-summer-institute
 
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