The National Association for Ethnic Studies Association will be hosting it’s 42nd annual conference, “Research as Ceremony: Decolonizing Ethnic Studies” April 3rd-5th, 2014, Mills College.
I am very happy to share the posters I was commissioned to design for th conference and for a convocation happening during the conference.
To Register for the Conference Please go to: https://ethnicstudies.org/
To register for the Friday Night Convocation Co-Hosted by NAES & DataCenter for Research Justice with Chief Caleen Audrey Sisk, Dr. Jason Ferreira, Dr. Angela Davis, with Moderator Miho Kim, Please go to www.datacenter.org
Dignidad Rebelde will be participating on April 5th Conference on two presentations at Mills College
This workshop discusses the connection between Ethnic Studies and community organizing. The participants are graduates of Ethnic Studies and dynamic organizers.They fight against multiple forms of oppression and promote effective insurgency. One member is a recent grad Justin Blea, an effective student organizer. Another is an Oakland based graphic arts collaborative Dignidad Rebelde. Their political poster art is used in local, national and international rallies. Currently their work is used in the Justice for Andy Lopez campaign. The third member, Jose Malvido, is the chief organizer for North America section of the Peace and Dignity Journeys, which promotes indigenous sovereignty, spirituality, and destruction of borders that keep them apart. This indigenous run starts from Alaska and Tierra del Fuego simultaneously, meeting in Central America and happens every four years. Carlos Salomon is professor of Ethnic Studies at CSU East Bay.