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Dr. Junyoung Verónica Kim is Assistant Professor of Contemporary Latin American Literatures & Cultures in the Department of Spanish & Portuguese at The University of Iowa. Read more
Familias Unidas Por La Justicia will discuss wage theft practices against immigrant farmworkers. Read more
The presenters will discuss their work as it relates to the criminalization experiences of LGBTQ immigrants... Read more
The Department of Central American Studies, CalArts Center for New Performance (CNP) and Duende CalArts proudly present the world premiere of Shelter, a movement-based theatrical performance that shares stories of the massive human crisis of unaccompanied minors crossing the U.S. border and passing through the U.S. deportation shelter system, unraveling the painful truths of immigration. Read more
The Department of Central American Studies Annual Interdisciplinary Symposium 2016. Schedule of symposium follows. Read more
The Gibbs Sisters are an award-winning writing, producing, and animation team. They are the creators of the award-winning animated short, Ravishing Raspberry, the popular online animated series Adopted by Aliens and Old Ladies Driving, Read more
Valley's Transportation Priorities? What do you think? Read more
The CTL presents Tina Payne Bryson, speaking on “The Whole-Brain Child in the Classroom”.
In their New York Times bestseller THE WHOLE-BRAIN CHILD, Tina Bryson and Dan Siegel introduce parents and other caregivers to practical strategies based on cutting-edge brain science. A central principle of the book is that the strategies can help parents not only survive difficult moments with their kids, but actually use those very moments to help their children thrive. In this presentation, Dr. Bryson will take this central concept and apply it to teacher-student interactions. The best teaching strategies are the ones that not only help instructors maintain order and cover material effectively, but that also challenge kids to become all that they’re meant to be. Read more
Black History Month
"Representations of Black Women in the Media: The Damnation of Black Womanhood."
Exploring the role that racism, misogyny and media play in the representation of Black womanhood, this book provides an in-depth analysis of contemporary media portrayals of Black women and a foundation for challenging negative representations of Black women. Television dramas, reality television shows, and news coverage of First Lady Michelle Obama are discussed as they reinforce stereotypes of Black womanhood. Dr. Marquita Gammage will provide a lecture and live reading of her book "Representations of Black Women in the Media: The Damnation of Black Womanhood." Read more