The Annual Multicultural Education Conference

The 25th anniversary will celebrate the past, present, and future of the multicultural education movement. Dr. Christine Sleeter, Dr. Antonia Darder, and Dr. Carla García-Fernández will provide our keynote presentation.

Dr. Sleeter, Professor Emerita in the College of Professional Studies at California State University, Monterey Bay, will describe the history of the critical multicultural education movement.

Dr. Darder, Leavey Presidential Chair and Professor of Educational Leadership at Loyola Marymount University, will delineate current political questions and ethical concerns linked to racism and class inequalities in pedagogical practice.

Dr. García-Fernández will close with an overview of future considerations for pedagogical practices that honor intersectional identities around race, language, and ability.



The College of Education is committed to providing access to the Multicultural Education Conference for people with disabilities and will make every effort to accommodate you with sufficient notice.  You may include any requests for accommodations on your registration form or by emailing

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