Social Justice Speaker Series

THE 1619 PROJECT

THE 1619 PROJECT

Speaker: Nikole Hannah Jones

February 8 @ 1 PM University Theater

This is an in-person-only event. You must present a university ID card to be admitted.

Overflow rooms will be available.

Please register here

Individuals that require accommodations for this event please contact Accessibility Services by January 27. email: as@csueastbay.edu | phone: 510-885-3868.

Books are available at Marcus Books in Oakland and the campus bookstore.

Led by CEAS


Photo Credit: James Estrin - The NY Times

Critical Race Theory: Teach-in

Critical Race Theory: Teach-in

This event occurred on February 4 at VBT 124

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Led by CEAS & The ED DOC Program

Radical Educator Speaker Series

Pedagogies of Community Cultural Wealth for These Urgent Times

Speaker: Dr. Tara Yosso

Join us in conversation via Zoom on Wednesday, February 22, 5:00-6:30 pm

Please RSVP here

Prof. Yosso will offer timely insights about how a community cultural wealth lens can inform our efforts in preparing the next generation of engaged scholars at CSU East Bay. She will ask us to consider how we might continue to foster a critical historical perspective of the communities we aim to serve, and draw on the ingenuity and courage of those who have come before us in the struggle for justice.

A ZOOM link will be sent prior to the event to those who register. Registration ends at 2:00 pm on 2/22/23.

Led by the Department of Educational Leadership at Cal State East Bay

Discussion on Abolition

Speaker: Dr. Mariame Kaba

Join us in conversation via Zoom on Wednesday, March 8, 5:00-6:30 pm

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Mariame Kaba is an organizer, educator, curator, and prison industrial complex (PIC) abolitionist who is active in movements for racial, gender, and transformative justice. Kaba is the founder and director of Project NIA, a grassroots abolitionist organization with a vision to end youth incarceration. Mariame is currently a researcher at Interrupting Criminalization, a project she co-founded with Andrea Ritchie in 2018.

A ZOOM link will be sent prior to the event to those who register. Registration ends at 2:00pm on 3/8/23.

Led by the Department of Educational Leadership at Cal State East Bay

Towards Cultivating Just, Sustainable and Thriving Worlds: Reimagining and Designing Educational Possibilities with Communities

Speaker: Dr. Megan Bang

Join us in conversation via Zoom on Wednesday, April 26, 5:00-6:30 pm

Please RSVP here

Megan Bang (Ojibwe and Italian descent) is a Professor of the Learning Sciences and Director of the Center for Native American and Indigenous Research at Northwestern University. She is also a Mellon Distinguished Scholar at the Center for Imagination in the Borderlands, Arizona State University.

A ZOOM link will be sent prior to the event to those who register. Registration ends at 2:00pm on 4/26/23.

Led by the Department of Educational Leadership at Cal State East Bay