Al Tanto: Latinx Community Symposium 2018

Registration

Registration deadline Extended: Friday, November 9 at 11:59pm
Registration on site. For session #3, please choose one session. 

Al Tanto: Latinx Community Symposium 2018 Schedule Overview

Wednesday, November 14 || 8:45am-2:30pm || TSU Gabrielino
Al Tanto: Latinx Community Symposium are sessions for students by CSUF faculty, staff, students, and alumni that focus on issues impacting the Latinx Community today.
Registration deadline: Monday, November 5 at 11:59pm

Schedule Overview

Time Schedule
8:45am-9am Registration- Titan Student Union Gabrielino
9am-9:15am Opening
9:15am-10am Session #1: "Showing Up, Being Seen, and Taking Action: Testimonios Decolonizing Latinx Experiences in the Educational Pipeline"
10am-11am Session #2: " A Transformative Justice Approach To Building a Culture of Respect and Consent on Campus"
11am-12pm Choose one:Session #3 (1): "Lights, Camera, Social Action: A Lens on Immigration Stories"Session #3 (2): "Project Rebound: Deconstructing the Effects of Criminilization in the Latinx Community"
12pm-1pm Session #4: Lunch & Exhibit "Cultural Artifacts: A Telling of Latinx Experiences"
1pm-2pm Session #5: "Displacement, Housing, and Gentrification: What Can We Do?"
2pm-2:30pm Closing/Networking


Session Details

Registration (8:45am-9am) - TSU Gabrielino

Introduction/ Opening (9am-9:15am) - TSU Ontiveros
Tonantzin Oseguera, Ed.D., AVP of Student Engagement

Session #1 (9:15am-10am) - TSU Ontiveros
“Showing Up, Being seeing, and Taking Action: Testimonios Decolonizing Latinx Experiences in the Educational Pipeline”
Facilitator: Tatiana Pedroza, Lecturer, Women and Gender Studies Department & Graduation Specialist, Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Panelist:
Pablo Alvarez
Lecturer, Department of Women and Gender Studies
Doctoral Student, Cultural Studies, Claremont Graduate University
Claudia Diera
Doctoral Student, Graduate School of Education and Information Studies
University of California, Los Angeles

Session #2 (10am-11am)  - TSU Ontiveros
"A Transformative Justice Approach To Building a Culture of Respect and Consent on Campus."
Presenter: Xhercis Mendez, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Women and Gender Studies Department

Session #3 (1) (11am-12pm) - TSU Heterbrink
“Lights, Camera, Social Action: A Lens on Immigration Stories” 
Facilitator: Jesús Ayala, Professor of Broadcast Journalism & Multimedia
Panelist:
Brenda Villa, CSUF Alumna- Major: Communications, Broadcast Journalism
Erendira  Parra, CSUF Alumna- Major: Cinema and Television
Pau Lagarde, CSUF Alumni - Major: Communications, Photo-Journalism
Viviana Borroel, CSUF Student- Major: Spanish
Vania  Patino, CSUF Student- Major: Journalism

Session #3 (2) (11am-12pm) - TSU Ontiveros
“Project Rebound: Deconstructing the Effects of Criminilization in the Latinx Community”
Facilitator: Romarilyn Ralston, M.L.A., Program Coordinator, Project Rebound
Panelist:
Ingred Garcia, CSUF Student- Major:  Economic, Minor: Math
Karen Benavidez, CSUF Student- Major: Criminal Justice
Joseph Cruz, CSUF Student- Major: Psychology
Shantal Lopez, CSUF Student- Major: Chicano/a Studies

Session #4 (12pm-1pm) - TSU Titan Theater Island/ Gabrielino/ Becker Amphiteater
Lunch & Exhibit: “Cultural Artifacts: A Telling of Latinx Experiences” & ASI Inc. Fiesta Musical

Session #5 (1pm-2pm) - TSU Ontiveros
“Displacement, Housing, and Gentrification: What Can We Do?”
Facilitator: Erualdo R. González, Ph.D., Professor Chicana & Chicano Studies Department
Panelist:
Isuri S. Ramos, Community Organizer, The Kennedy Commission
Eve Garrow, Homelessness Policy Analyst and Advocate, Dignity for All Project, ACLU of Southern California
Ruby Rodriguez, Anaheim Youth Commissioner

Closing/Networking (2-2:30pm) - TSU Ontiveros
Lucia Alcala, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychology

Exhibit: "Cultural Artifacts: A Telling of Latinx Experiences" Submissions

We want to hear your story! Submit an artifact that represents one of the issues related to the symposium or your Latinx identity.

The “artifact” can be something you use daily or something that is unique to you/your experience.  Items can include photograph, art piece, clothing, documents, poems, and physical items. Submit your “cultural artifact” to the Chicana & Chicano Resource Center (CRC) - PLS 180 by Wednesday, November 7 at 5pm at the CRC. 

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