LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL MEChA HOSTS
THE CALIFORNIA CHAPTER OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION 8TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE
LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL SAN DIEGO, CA — FEBRUARY 2, 2019
TEACHING IN THE FACE OF IMMIGRATION, INCARCERATION, AND BORDERS: ETHNIC STUDIES RESISTANCE
The California Chapter of the National Association for Multicultural Education (CA-NAME) invites students, teachers, community members, artists and university faculty to participate in this year’s conference, “Teaching in the face of immigration, incarceration, and borders: Ethnic Studies Resistance.” Our conference theme is a response to the current political and actual intensification of surveillance, disciplining, and rigid categorization of minoritized groups in the borderlands. Our theme also recognizes that California is at the forefront of an ethnic studies movement to resist and reinterpret the disciplining ideologies and violence directed at disappearing minoritized communities through the implementation of ethnic studies K-12.
Conference sessions share how ethnic studies, decolonial, and critical multicultural education projects refuse unjust and inequitable narratives. Sessions will foster dialogue, share research, best practices (in teaching, curriculum, and organizing), and collaboration.
For any questions, please contact: CA.Name.Conference@gmail.com or visit www.CaliforniaNAME.org
Welcome to our clearinghouse of Ethnic Studies materials. Please navigate from the drop down menu above to find ethnic studies lesson plans, syllabi, video, and other resources that will support teachers to integrate all aspects of ethnic studies into their classrooms. Resources found here are meant for classroom use by individual K-12 teachers. If you would like to inquire about other uses or about the work itself, please contact the author of the work directly. California NAME has reviewed and included each resource based on the following criteria:
1. Does the resource challenge racism and oppressive conditions?
2. Does the resource allow teaching from a critical pedagogical perspective centering on student experience?
3. Does the resource center on and is it responsive to communities of the students?
4. Does the resource require and support ongoing teacher reflection about their identities?
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