A mandate for more diversity in education can only be a good thing. Learning about marginalized communities is necessary for building a better future.
Tag: ethnic studies
Students have voiced concern over the lack of Chicano and Latino studies professors for the volume of students enrolled in classes in the department.
Four professors from the various cultural programs on campus discussed the history and significance of them in the U.S.
This 10-minute podcast goes over the extensive history of American Indians at Long Beach State.
The ethnic studies departments across California State University campuses continue to fight against an executive order that they believe will negatively affect ethnic studies departments at CSUs. Executive Order 1100-Revised was issued last year by CSU Chancellor Timothy White. There were recent protests on the CSUN campus where students voiced[Read More…]
Correction: Executive Order 1110 and 1100R will not eliminate the need for students to take courses in Ethnic Studies. California State University, Northridge and Long Beach State joined forces on Thursday to discuss their grievances on the Executive Order 1100R and 1110. The meeting was held in the multicultural building[Read More…]