Note:  If you were unable to pre-register, you may still attend this event and register in person.  

 

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“Teaching for Social Justice Conference-
Challenging a Culture of Violence*”

Pre-registration closes: Thurs. 10/8 @7pm.

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*ASL Interpretation now avaiblie for AM & PM Keynote Speakers!

*Registration Cost = Free!

*Earn 7 Continuing Education Units w/ the University of San Francisco

Keynote Presentations: 

Imani-Perry

Imani Perry, Ph.D.,
African American Studies. Princeton University

Dr. Perry is the Hughes Rogers Professor of African American Studies at Princeton University and author of More Beautiful and More Terrible: The Embrace and Transcendence of Racial Inequality in the United States. She is an interdisciplinary scholar, writer and cultural critic of law, culture and race. Professor Perry teaches courses that train students to use multiple methodologies to investigate African American experience and culture.
 and

genevieve negron-gonzalesGenevieve Negrón-Gonzales, Ph.D.,
School of Education, University of San Francisco

Dr. Genevieve Negrón-Gonzales is an activist scholar with a focus on educational justice, youth activism, and racial politics in California around undocumented and immigrant students, specifically taking up questions of “illegality”, belonging, inequality, learning and resistance. Genevieve writes about undocumented students, the neo-liberalization of higher education, political activism among undocumented migrant students and racial politics.

Each year over 1200+ educators, both locally and nationally, gather to network, explore empowering learning environments and develop a professional learning community. We are excited to celebrate 15 years of building grassroots, peer-led professional development opportunities!Join us for… WORKSHOPS, RESOURCE FAIR, ART EXHIBITION, SPEAKERS & COMMUNITY BUILDING

When: Saturday, October 10th, 2015 – 9:00am – 5:00pm       
Where: Mission High School3750 18th Street, San Francisco, CA
For more information visit: http://www.t4sj.org

 


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