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Chicana/o Struggles for School Reform: Lessons Learned from the History of Community Activism in Edu

Date: Time: 12:30 pm
Willa Cather Dining Center Room: Pioneer Room
530 N. 17th St.
Contact: History Graduate Students Association, hgsa@gmail.com
Dr. Guadalupe San Miguel will present this keynote address for the 15th Annual James a. Rawley Conference in the Humanities—Conflict & Resistance. The Rawley Conference is a forum for graduate students across disciplines to present their work and receive valuable feedback from faculty.

Dr. San Miguel is a history professor at the University of Houston who studies U.S. History and specializes in Mexican American education and the Chicano Movement.His current research studies ethnicity, religion, and politics in Mexican children schooling and Latino activism in school reform.

Visit https://history.unl.edu/rawley for more details of the conference, including full schedule and paper submission information.

https://history.unl.edu/rawley

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