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Center for Global Innovation, Faculty in the News
November 1, 2023

Brian Levin (criminal justice, emeritus) was interviewed about increasing hate incidents targeting the Latino community (the segment also featured the Raza Database Project housed at CSUSB’s Latino Education and Advocacy Days project), and in a separate news segment, about the increase in hate incidents directed at Muslims and Jews.

CSBS, Faculty in the News
October 10, 2023

The retirement of Brian Levin (criminal justice) as director of the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism is featured, Alicia Gutierrez-Romine (history) published an article, “Invisible women, invisible abortions, invisible abortions,” and Enrique Murillo Jr. (education) was featured in a short video for Hispanic Heritage Month.

Photo of the LEAD Summit XII’s opening procession, “The Injustice Never Leaves You.”
October 5, 2023

Although “¡Ya Basta! – Enough is Enough!: Education and Violence in the Context of our Schools, Community Safety, and Law-Enforcement,” was a sobering look at the topic, expanding education was seen as a way to counter violence.

Watson College of Education, Faculty in the News
September 26, 2023

Carmen Beck (education) was on a panel to discuss the intersection of violence and education and its affect on Latino school children, Mike Stull (entrepreneurship) discussed the Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship’s 2022 Impact Report, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was quoted in an article about hate crimes against the LGBTQ community.

Watson College of Education, Faculty in the News
September 22, 2023

Enrique Murillo Jr. (education) was interviewed about the LEAD Summit XII on Sept. 29, its theme, “¡Ya Basta! – Enough is Enough! Education and Violence in the Context of our Schools, Community Safety, and Law Enforcement,” and the programs related to it.

LEAD Summit web banner with the Raza Database Project graphic.
September 21, 2023

The capstone presentation will conclude a day of programs on the summit’s theme, “¡Ya Basta! – Enough is Enough!: Education and Violence in the Context of our Schools, Community Safety, and Law-Enforcement.”

LEAD Summit XII web banner graphic.
September 13, 2023

“¡Ya Basta! – Enough is Enough!: Education and Violence in the Context of our Schools, Community Safety, and Law-Enforcement,” will take place Sept. 29 at Cal State San Bernardino. The keynote speakers and honorary chairs are Dolores Huerta, president and founder of the Dolores Huerta Foundation, and Emilio Rivera, actor.

Center for Global Innovation bldg., Faculty in the News
August 14, 2023

Annika Anderson (sociology), Rigaud Joseph (social work) and Paul Jones (social work lecturer) of CSUSB’s Project Rebound published a paper on the efficacy of programs that provide support services to formerly incarcerated college students, and Enrique Murillo Jr. (education) was mentioned in an article about the naming of LEAD Summit XII’s honorary chairs.

Dolores Huerta (left) is the madrina de honor/honorary chair, and Emilio Rivera is the padrino de honor/honorary chair for LEAD Summit XII, which takes place Sept. 29 at CSUSB.
August 10, 2023

Both are familiar with the summit’s theme, “¡Ya Basta! – Enough is Enough!: Education and Violence in the Context of our Schools, Community Safety, and Law-Enforcement,” having experienced different strands of it, said Enrique Murillo Jr., executive director of LEAD. Registration for LEAD Summit XII is now open online.