AC 20th Anniversary


A public forum, "American Cultures: From Concept to Classroom (1989-2009 and Beyond)," took place on Thursday, April 16, from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Free Speech Movement Café at Moffitt Library.  Adopted 20 years ago, the program has created a complex, nuanced and interdisciplinary approach to multi-cultural education that has become a national model. This event celebrated the dynamic history and looks ahead to future innovations.  

Speakers: Tom Leonard, University Librarian Robert J. Birgeneau, UC Berkeley Chancellor Victoria Robinson, AC Coordinator Professor (Emeritus) Bill Simmons, first director of the American Cultures Center Professor Mark Brilliant, Department of History Professor Waldo Martin, Department of History Professor Ingrid Seyer-Ochi, Graduate School of Education

American Cultures: From Concept to Classroom, 1989-2009 and Beyond