Catalyzing Knowledge

Catalyzing Knowledge in Dangerous Times

On April 14, 2011, the Center for Race & Gender, in collaboration with the Multicultural Community Center, the Women of Color Initiative, and many other campus partners, hosted an exciting multimedia, interdisciplinary conference marking the ten-year anniversary of CRG’s inception stemming from the 1999 student mobilizations at UC Berkeley.

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From 1969 to the Present: A Brief History Outlining the Critical Role of Women of Color in the Struggle for Ethnic Studies

Ziza Delgado, UC Berkeley

From 1969 to the Present: A Brief History Outlining the Critical Role of Women of Color in the Struggle for Ethnic Studies
Ziza Delgado, UC Berkeley

Ziza Delgado, UC Berkeley

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*Tokenized, Romanticized, and Professionalized*: Establishing the Significance and Urgency of Decolonizing the University

Ruben Elias Canedo Sanchez, UC Berkeley

*Tokenized, Romanticized, and Professionalized*: Establishing the Significance and Urgency of Decolonizing the University
Ruben Elias Canedo Sanchez, UC Berkeley

Ruben Elias Canedo Sanchez, UC Berkeley

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A Tale to Two and Half Investigation: Measuring Institutional Insecurities and Contestational Knowledge

Prof. Ricardo Dominguez, UC San Diego

A Tale to Two and Half Investigation: Measuring Institutional Insecurities and Contestational Knowledge
Professor Ricardo Dominguez, UC San Diego

Prof. Ricardo Dominguez, UC San Diego

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Ethnic Studies at Forty: Scholarship, Art, and Activism in the Formation of a Transdisciplinary Field

Prof. Nelson Maldonado-Torres, UC Berkeley/Rutgers University

Ethnic Studies at Forty: Scholarship, Art, and Activism in the Formation of a Transdisciplinary Field
Prof. Nelson Maldonado-Torres, UC Berkeley/Rutgers University

Prof. Nelson Maldonado-Torres, UC Berkeley/Rutgers University

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