Students at California State University, the nation's largest four-year public university system, will need to take courses in ethnic studies under legislation advanced Thursday, a move by lawmakers to impose new graduation requirements that the colleges want to set themselves.
Dr. Jason Perez, Assistant Professor of Ethnic Studies at CSUSM presents:
Detroit to Ocenside: A Filipino Family Migration Story
The San Diego History Center Community Cafe May 28, 2020
Through a mix of casual storytelling, poetry, and video, this talk explores one Filipino family’s experience with migration, state violence, and the ongoing struggle for social justice.
In this interview, Lorgia García-Peña, who was denied tenure by Harvard in late 2019, discusses why ethnic studies has never been more urgent and the important role it can play in protest.
California legislators are considering Assembly Bill 1460 to make Ethnic Studies, the interdisciplinary and comparative study of race and ethnicity, a class requirement at California State Universities.By Janelle Wong, Special to CalMatters