Students, faculty and guests are invited to three events March 1-3 during an Equity Week hosted by the Doctorate in Educational Leadership.
Wednesday, March 1
Brown Bag Lunch Series: Rose Borunda
Noon-1 pm, Eureka Hall 223
Based on the doctoral dissertations of Fermin Irigoyen and Viridiana Diaz, this free bilingual story download tells of several families’ experience with the educational system in the United States. Dr. Borunda will provide an overview of the story and the elements that are critical for families to know so they can, in turn, promote their children’s success.
Thursday, March 2
Free movie screening: “Stolen Education”
5:30-7:30 pm, Solano Hall 1010
“Stolen Education” documents the untold story of Mexican-American school children who challenged discrimination in Texas schools in the 1950’s and changed the face of education in the Southwest. This event is co-sponsored by Dr. Enrique Alemán Jr., the President’s Office, the Serna Center and the Doctorate in Educational Leadership.
Friday, March 3
One World Initiative Speaker Christine Sleeter
2-3:30 pm, Mariposa Hall 1000
“Global Perspectives on Inheritance”
Christine Sleeter, Professor Emerita in the College of Professional Studies at California State University, Monterey Bay, will discuss her novel, “White Bread,” a multifaceted work in Critical Multiculturalism and Ethnic Studies through the lens of one teacher’s journey. Presented by One World Initiative at Sacramento State.
Friday, March 3
Leaders in Education Speaker Series: Darrick Hamilton
5-6 pm, Mariposa Hall 1001
In “The Political Economy of Race and Education: Why Economic Disparity Persists Even for High Achieving Black Americans,” equity expert Darrick Hamilton, Director of the Doctoral Program in Public and Urban Policy at The Milano School of International Affairs, The New School in New York, will discuss how paternalism and public policy negatively impacts poor and black Americans.