Scholar, author and professor Andrew Jolivétte (Atakapa-Ishak Nation of Louisiana [Tsikip/Opelousa/Heron Clan]) will be the keynote speaker at Cal Poly’s College of Liberal Arts Fifth Annual Social Justice Teach-In, which will be held via Zoom on Feb. 11. His presentation, “Black Lives, Indigenous Lives: From Mattering to Thriving,” will take place from 4 to 5:30 p.m.
The College of Liberal Arts is hosting its fifth annual Teach-In on Thursday, Feb. 11. The event will have scheduled Zoom workshops and talks throughout the day focused on equity and social justice.
Author and assistant professor at Princeton University Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor spoke about black politics, social movements and racial inequality at the Performing Arts Center on Feb. 21 to conclude the Inclusion Starts With Me Teach In series, which focused on diversity…
This is third annual Teach In event, but this year is the first time the CLA and OUDI are working together on it, according to Associate Dean for Diversity and Curriculum Jennifer Teramoto Pedrotti.