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Is Peaceful Revolution Possible in Mexico? Assessing the First Year of Mexico's "Fourth Transformation"

Dr. William H. Beezley History Department Arizona State University Dr. Stephen Lewis History Department CSU, Chico Dr. Beezley and Dr. Lewis discuss Mexico’s 2018 presidential election. In a…

From  Jeff Layne on October 18th, 2019 0 likes 14 plays   

From Nunavut to Wallmapu: Indigenous Culture Revitalization and Inter-American Studies

Dr. Hannah Burdette International Languages, Literatures, and Cultures CSU, Chico Dr. Hannah Burdette opens her presentation with a territorial acknowledgement and explains the importance of…

From  Jeff Layne on October 4th, 2019 0 likes 16 plays   

Opening Golden Doors: Turning Right into Reality in Times of Migration and Conflict

Emily Arnold-Fernandez Founder Asylum Access College students are in an awkward position of learning about the most recent and unethical crises in the world but not having the financial or physical…

From  Jeff Layne on October 4th, 2019 0 likes 43 plays   

What Happened to Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution

Dr. Stephen Lewis Chair, History Department California State University, Chico Twenty years ago, Hugo Chávez became president of Venezuela and launched what he called the Bolivarian…

From  Jeff Layne on February 1st, 2019 0 likes 77 plays   

Is Mexico's Democratic Consolidation Back on Track?

Dr. Stephen Lewis History Department CSU, ChicoHow does Mexico’s history, political parties, and corruption affect its government and people? Stephen Lewis explores the major elections and the…

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From  Jeff Layne on November 7th, 2018 0 likes 23 plays   

Sangre, Sudor y Lagrimas: Migrant Farm Workers and the Claims of Justice

Susanna Boxall Faculty, Philosophy Department and Comparative Religion and Humanities Department, CSU, Chico Susanna Boxall points out that undocumented migrant farm workers in the United States,…

From  Jeff Layne on October 14th, 2016 0 likes 85 plays   

Drugs, Disappearances, and Mass Graves: Mexico's National Nightmare comes to Reyna Grande's Hometown of Iguala, Guerrero

Dr. Steve Lewis Faculty, History Department, California State University, Chico Reyna Grande’s book, “The Distance Between Us,” was chosen as the 2014-2015 CSU, Chico Book in…

From  Jeff Layne on October 4th, 2016 0 likes 23 plays