UPDATE: Due to the pandemic, this year's Comic Book Expo and Career Workshop has been canceled. If you have questions, please contact Pat Ricé Daniels at (909) 537-4307 or Pat.Ric'e-Daniels@csusb.edu.
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Antonia Gonzales and Rhonda LeValdo, two award-winning Native American journalists, will be the featured speakers at the next Conversations on Race and Policing, “National Native News and Black Lives Matter.”
“Kalief’s Legacy, Presented by Akeem Browder,” will examine the circumstances surrounding the three-year pretrial incarceration of Kalief Brown for a crime he didn’t commit – and for which he never appeared in court to argue his innocence. This next program in CSUSB’s ongoing series, Conversations on Race and Policing, is set for 1 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 9, on Zoom.
“The Whiteness of Blue Lives: Race in American Policing,” is the focus of the next program in CSUSB’s ongoing series, Conversations on Race and Policing, set for 1 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 2, on Zoom.
“Policing Black Bodies: How Black Lives Are Surveilled and How to Work for Change,” is the focus of the next program in CSUSB’s ongoing series, Conversations on Race and Policing, set for 1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 26, on Zoom.
The Comic/Zine Expo and Career Workshop, postponed in 2020 because of the pandemic, will take place on Feb. 17 in the university’s John M. Pfau Library, 5th floor, room 5005.
“An Art for Both My Peoples: Visual Cultures of Black/Brown Unity, A Conversation with Dr. Daniel Widener” will be presented at the next Conversations on Race and Policing at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 5, on Zoom.
Pablo Gomez (psychology) was interviewed by KESQ TV about his first full year teaching at the CSUSB Palm Desert Campus, and a segment on KVCR about “The Bridges that Carried Us Over” oral history project mentioned the involvement of Marc Robinson (history).