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Multicultural Education Conference
By now many have heard that we will not gather at Sac State for the 26th Annual Multicultural Education Conference due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In its place will be an abridged version featuring a live webinar on Saturday April 25 at 9:00am PST. We are disappointed about the need to cancel the face to face meeting. We also understand that not coming together at this time will contribute to the health and longevity of our region.
Unfortunately, in the midst of this global health crisis, racial/social injustice is morphing to fit the moment.
We are pleased that our keynote speaker Dr. Nolan Cabrera will help us understand the evolving presence of white supremacy on our campuses, and the research-based promise of Ethnic Studies in K-College education.
Social Justice Awards
Each year the MCE Committee honors outstanding individuals who have embodied the values of social justice in our communities with a Social Justice Award. This year's award winners are: Dominique Williams, a teacher with Sacramento City Unified School District; and Lori Vine, a coordinator for Equity & Student Achievement with San Juan Unified School District. We thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your continued commitment to the ever-evolving needs of social justice.
Thank You From The Multicultural Education Conference Committee
The Multicultural Education Conference Committee:
HyunGyung Joo, Angela Leslie, Sarah Jouganatos, Eric Claravall, Jenna Porter, Dale Allender, Aaminah Norris, Ikbal Noureddine, Alma Flores (not pictured) Jessica Moreno and Carly Scarton
The MCE Conference Committee would like to acknowledge the many brave, kind, and compassionate people of our community that have banded together to make a difference in these trying times. You make a difference.
26th MCE | Program Materials
Lori Vine | Coordinator, Equity & Student Achievement, San Juan Unified School District
SOCIAL JUSTICE AWARD RECIPIENT
- [Video] Supporting LGBTQ+ Youth in San Juan Unified
- [PPT] Supporting LGBTQ+ Youth in San Juan Unified
Dominique Williams | Teacher, Sacramento City Unified School District
SOCIAL JUSTICE AWARD RECIPIENT
- California History from a Native Perspective, Land of Our Ancestors
- [Video] Telling the Truth About CA Missions, Classroom Edition
Basia D. Ellis, Ph.D. | Faculty, Sacramento State
Alia Zaben & Nassiba Cherif | Co-founders of ANA professional Development
Molly Sutherland & Deanna Victor | Teachers, San Juan Unified School District
Marissa Cardenas, Alicia DaSilveira, Jennifer Lemon, Raquel Perez-Granados & Timothy Rupiper | Students, CSU Humboldt, Promotorx Transformative Educators de HSU
Mimi Coughlin | Faculty, Sacramento State
Katey Nelson, Rosalie Martinez | Teacher, California Montessori Project
Leah Geer-Zarchy | Faculty, Sacramento State
Michele M. Mahr, Ph.D | Faculty, Sacramento State
Alma Itzé Flores, Ph.D. | Faculty, Sacramento State
Porfirio Loeza, Ph.D. | Faculty, Sacramento State
Xrystyan Lascano MA | Sacramento State Graduate
Ashley Cook | CSUS student (Counselor Education, MCFC)
Christian Trujillo, Brenda Martinez, Diana Martinez, Alejandra Ureno, Odalis Avalos, Esmeralda Valencia, and Dana Lopez | Students, CSU Humboldt
Vivian Tang, M.A. | Sacramento State alumnus and Peter H. Shattuck Colonial American History Research Assistant
Pattie Moreno | Graduate Student, Sacramento State
Chey Navarrete & Kalyn Garcia | Students, CSU Humboldt, Promotorx Transformative Educators de HSU
Nolan A Jones | Director of Online Masters Program, Associate Adjunct Professor, Mills College
Nathan A Jones | Associate Professor, Skyline College
Norman Merrifield | Founder, Principal 808Education
Dr. Sue Hobbs | Faculty, Sacramento State
Dr. Beverly R Ortiz | Educator and Author
Gregg Castro | Coalition Chair
- Ohlone Curriculum with Bay Miwok Content and Introduction to Delta Yokuts
- Ohlone Curriculum Website
- Native Interpretation America's Byways
- Native Peoples of the East Bay Past to Present
Izzie Rodríguez-Torres, Mayra Sanchez, Mx. Deema Hindawi, Mx. Anayeli Auza
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