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Empowerment Through Performance Art

Wednesday, March 24, 2021 - 4:00pm to 5:30pm

Empowerment Through Performance Art - Microphone

SPEAKERS: KEASU’C NAPOLEON HILL, WILLIAM ALBERTO GONZALEZ, CEASAR KIRK AVELAR, JOE MARTINEZ. Join us for an afternoon of performance and discussion on experiences of incarceration, re-entry, and the healing power of art. This is part of the series “Collectively Understanding Carcerality and Learning Transformative Justice.”
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A Talk by Drs. Rosaura Sánchez & Beatrice Pita on The Californio Testimonios

Monday, March 22, 2021 - 4:00pm to 5:15pm

Rosaura Sanchez and B. Pita

In their talk at CSUN, Drs. Sánchez and Pita will examine the complicated and often conflicted identity formation of Californios. They will also discuss their recent study on Indigenous and Mexican dispossession. In Spatial and Discursive Violence in the U.S. Southwest (Duke University Press 2021), they critically examine the participation of Chicanxin the dispossession of Indigenous populations before being dispossessed themselves with the U.S. invasion of the Southwest. Their work  takes on an important  Read more

Navigating the Expungement Process

Wednesday, March 10, 2021 - 5:00pm to 6:30pm

Navigation the Expungement Process

In solidarity with Nation Expungement Week. Presented by CSUN's Project Rebound in collaboration with Root & Rebound, The Los Angeles Public Defender's Office, and The Social Impact Center. Read more

Eisner Judges on Eisner Week

Wednesday, March 10, 2021 - 4:00pm

Charles Hatfield panelist on Eisner Awards

Five past judges of Comic-Con's Will Eisner Comics Industry Awards, including English Department's Professor Charles Hatfield, discuss their selection process as well as the current state of the graphic novel. Read more

Tsuru for Solidarity and Detention Watch Network: Organizing Across Generations and Across Communities

Wednesday, March 10, 2021 - 2:00pm to 3:30pm

Tsuru for Solidarity and Detention Watch Network: Organizing Across Generations and Across Communities

Civil Discourse and Social Change is hosting an upcoming webinar on activist strategies and efforts to organize against migrant detentions and deportations. Speakers include members of Tsuru for Solidarity, JAs for Justice, and the Detention Watch Network.  The webinar addresses the role of memory in generating intergenerational and cross-racial solidarities against forced removal, incarceration and civil liberties violations. Read more