April 26: Voices from 50 Years of Student of Color Activism

Location: 112 Wurster Hall

Program

12:00-12:30 Lunch 

12:30-1:00   Opening Address, featuring Hatem Bazian 

1:00-3:00     Presentation & Conversation with 1969 TWLF Student Strikers, featuring Maria Ramirez, Harvey Dong,
                      Jeff Leong, Floyd Huen, Nina Genera, Vicci Wong, Clementina Duron, Jean Quan, Lilian Bando,

                      Bob Wing, LaNada WarJack and more (TBA)

3:00 pm       Performance, featuring Daniel Mora 

3:15-4:00     Winning the Fannie Lou Hamer Black Resource Center, featuring Blake Simons and Melissa Charles

4:00-4:45     Ethnic Studies Today in K-12:  Innovation, Implementation, and Challenges in Oakland's Public

                      Schools, featuring Marisa Villegas, Heath Madom, Young Whan Choi, and Lailan Huen (moderator)

4:45-5:00     Break

5:00-6:00     Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions: From South Africa to Palestine, featuring Rickey Vincent and

                      current members of Students for Justice in Palestine; moderated by Paola Bacchetta

6:00-6:30     Dinner

6:45-7:45     Keynote Address, Colonization Battlefield: A Native American Historical and Personal Account of Oppression, Survival, and Resistancefeaturing LaNada WarJack

For any questions, please email twlf-50@berkeley.edu.

This event is co-sponsored by TWLF Research Initiative Center for Race and Gender, 1969 TWLF Veterans, The American Cultures Center, Department of Ethnic Studies, Department of African American Studies, Asian Pacific American Student Development, Chicanx Latinx Student Development, African American Student Development, Native American Student Development, Youth Together, Asian Prison Support Committee, Ethnic Studies Library, Multicultural Community Center, Islamophobia Research and Documentation Project, College of Environmental Design Students of Color, Multicultural Student Development, and the Public Service Center.