* There is no charge for this conference. However, donations are greatly needed and appreciated. Click the donate button at top of page. Money will assist in covering costs of the conference.
* Dolores Huerta has confirmed and will address conference on Dec 3.
10-10-50am Community Organizing Panel
Cesar Chavez Bldg #205
n de Tucson
Opening: In Lak Ech: 4-5 year olds - Ms Paula's Dreams Room, Ochoa Elem.
Ochoa and Van Buskirk Elementary Schools
Ramses Noriega, Co-founder, National Chicano Moratrorium
Ashley Bustamante, Tucson HS student, Ruben Salazar and The Moratorium
Carmen Orozco, Tucson HS student, Ruben Salazar and The Moratorium
1-1:50 pm -SESSION MAS GRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
Lizette Opio, Courtney Lower, Adrian Mendoza, Arlene Provencio, Aaron Enrique Almada
Moderator: Rosario Carrillo, PhD, MAS-University of Arizona
Courtney Waters, Erin MacKinney, Cash Conner, Yousseff Toure
Moderated by Jose Gonzalez, Raza Studies Teacher, TUSD
OLD MAIN AUDITORIUM (GROUND FLOOR)
Alfonso Chavez, Pima CC
Raza Studies educators, and plaintiffs
by Ari Palos and Eren McGinnis,Pricila Rodriguez, University of Arizona
Led By Kim Dominguez, Arturo Rodriguez and Jennifer Contreras
Manuel Hernandez (ASU)
Jennifer James, Phoenix University
10:45-11:45am DECOLONIZING THE UNIVERSITY AS SOCIAL MOVEMENT
UA - Main Library #A313
LUNCH, ENTERTAINMENT AND SPEAKERS
Sara Provenzale: The Media and HB 2281
EVENING PROGRAM GALLAGHER THEATER - UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA
MC Elizabeth Soltero
6:40-6:55 RAZA STUDIES V. STATE OF ARIZONA LAWSUIT
ATTORNEY RICHARD MARTINEZ
MC Lane Sanata Cruz
Contact: Calpolli Teoxicalli - Teoxicalli@yahoo.com
El Rio CC - 1390 West Speedway Boulevard Tucson, AZ 85745-2324
Mazatzin: "The Ancient Mexika Chronological System"
AMPHITHEATER EL RIO CC
Indoor and Outdoor stage
Coordinated/MC by: Westli Narro: firstname.lastname@example.org
REVERSE ORDER (Preliminary schedule)
Understanding that not all who wish to participate will be able to make the trip to this political desert, this here is a call to support this conference.
We are accepting gifts from $50 to $100 or more, or whatever amount you wish. The estimated budget that still needs to be raised for the conference is $4,000 and we hope to reach that through generous contributions like yours. This includes a special issue of El Coraje, a publication that has been revived by UA Students (496 students: History of Red-Brown Journalism), which will serve to document much of the themes within the conference. The donation is tax-deductible. Send electronically or by check via mail.
ELECTRONICALLY: To make your contribution with a credit card (Visa, Mastercard,
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and amount given. No other information is needed.
Make check payable to: The University of Arizona Foundation. In the memo line, write: MASRC R. Rodriguez Events. Please mail it to:
Mexican American Studies & Research Center
Attn: Veronica Peralta
Cesar Chavez, Room 208
PO BOX 210023
Tucson AZ 85721-0023
If questions re donations: VPERALTA@EMAIL.ARIZONA.EDU or 520-626-8139.
Thanks in advance.
Prof Roberto Dr. Cintli Rodriguez