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Kelly Lytle Hernández on the 1910 Mexican Revolution


Monday June 6, 2022: Kelly Lytle Hernández on the 1910 Mexican Revolution Kelly Lytle Hernández will speak about the magonistas, a group of agitators who challenged Mexican dictator Porfirio Díaz in the early 20th century. As noted in the description of her new book, Bad Mexicans, “Their cross-border insurgency, launched from U.S. soil, was a landmark revolt […]

Summer Institute for Climate Change Education

Rethinking Schools editors Bill Bigelow and Ursula Wolfe Rocca will be presenting together at the virtual Summer Institute for Climate Change Education. Save the date and stay tuned for more details!


Conference to Restore Humanity!

Join the Human Restoration Project's (HRP) virtual Conference to Restore Humanity! July 25-28, 2022. Designed for K-12 and college educators to center the needs of students and educators toward a praxis of social justice. Featuring Dr. Henry Giroux, Dr. Denisha Jones, and tracks on disrupting discriminatory linguistics, ending carceral pedagogy, building for neurodiversity, and promoting […]


Alaina Roberts on Black Freedom on Native Land


On Monday, September 12, 2022, historian and writer Alaina Roberts will introduce the Reconstruction era connections between Black freedom and Native American citizenship in the context of westward expansion onto Native land. Alaina Roberts, the author of I’ve Been Here All the While: Black Freedom on Native Land, is an award-winning historian who studies the intersection of Black […]

Ashley Farmer on Queen Mother Audley Moore


On Monday, October 17, 2022, author Ashley Farmer will discuss Queen Mother Audley Moore (1898 – 1997), one of the most influential activists and thinkers of the 20th century. Moore was an important progenitor of Black Nationalist thought and activism. Ashley Farmer is an associate professor in the Departments of History and African and African Diaspora Studies at the […]