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Unconditional Love for the Hood: Redefining Success in Our Communities

Jeff Duncan-Andrade, PhD San Francisco State Raza Studies and Education Administration and Interdisciplinary Studies Dr. Jeff Duncan-Andrade, associate professor of Raza Studies and Education…

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Of Black Dolls, Storybooks, and Telephone Calls: The Women Who Prepared Me to Lead

Dr. Tracy Butts Interim Dean Humanities and Fine Arts CSU, Chico Tracy Butts, CSU, Chico’s Dean of the College of Humanities and Fine Arts, is a strong woman in a position of power; and…

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Hidden In Plain Sight: American Indians and the American Master Narrative

American Indians are often left out of the traditional American Narrative. Lisa Emmerich reveals the covering up of the dark history between Native Americans and Europeans. The lack of basic rights…

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Religion in the Public Sphere: Conflict or Dialogue?

Dr. Vernon Andrews San Jose State University Dr. Jason Clower CSU, Chico Dr. Andrew M. Flescher State University of New York, Stony Brook Dr. Katherine G. McCarthy CSU, Chico Dr. Sarah M. Pike…

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From Hull-House to Hip-Hop: On the Fierce Urgency of Play in Social Movements

Lisa Yun Lee Faculty, Director of the School of Art and Art History, Faculty, University of Illinois at Chicago The first image Lisa Yun Lee shows her audience is a photo of Rev. Martin Luther…

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The Backpacks That We Carry on Our Journey Towards Justice

Cesar A. Cruz Assistant Dean, Secondary Schools Program, Harvard University Cesar A. Cruz is the first Mexican immigrant male to attend Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education in…

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The Intersections of Race and Religion - BlackLivesMatter as a modern religious movement?

Rev. Robert Morton Student Conduct Coordinator of Student Judicial Affairs, CSU, Chico Rev. Robert Morton proposes that Black Lives Matter is a modern religious movement. He also notes that many of…

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A History of Civil Rights and Black Power Activism at Chico State, 1964-1970

Rod Thomson Graduate Student History Department, CSU, Chico As Rod Thomson illustrates, during much of the 1960s Chico State had a very small black student population but was a surprisingly…

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#Black Lives Matter at Chico State

Katie Peterson, Moderator Panel of CSU, Chico Students: Rex Bell Dylan Gray Egypt Howard Koua Thao Katie Peterson, Program Coordinator of the CSU, Chico Cross-Cultural Leadership Center,…

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I wanted to write - a poem - that rhymes - but revolution doesn't lend - itself to Hip Hopping

Dr. Tracy Butts English Professor, CSU, Chico Dr. Butts takes her title from a poem by the black poet Nikki Giovanni. By its very nature, Hip Hop is revolutionary. Born of necessity, Hip Hop gave a…

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Living the Legacy of the Cimarrón: Race and Rebellion in Cuba

Georgina Herrera Cuban Author Dr. Sara Cooper Faculty, CSU, Chico & Editor, Cubana Books Born in 1936, renowned Cuban writer Georgina Herrera has the perspective of living in Cuba both…

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