You are invited to a panel presentation, sponsored by the People’s Pitzer on Civic Engagement by members of the Latino and Latina Roundtable College for All titled “Connecting the Local to Statewide Coalition-Building for Educational Change,” on Wednesday, October 13 from 6:15-7:30. Below is a flyer on the event with a link to the presentation and where you can register (so please register and make sure to have others register that you invite).
Esta es una invitacion a una presentacion por el Profesor Jose Calderon que va a presentar sobre zoom a las nueve de la mañana este Jueves, Septiembre 16 — a los padres y a las madres de estudiantes en el Distrito Escolar de Pomona sobre “El Significado de Septiembre 16” — El enlace para la presentaction sobre zoom es:
Meeting ID: 867 1125 0720
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Meeting ID: 867 1125 0720
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Jose Zapata Calderon
Emeritus Professor of Sociology and Chicano/a and Latino/a Studies
1050 North Mills Avenue
Claremont, CA 91711-6101
Join NDLON, PEOC, DALE, and the Latino and Latina Roundtable in a Twelve-Mile March in Support of Immigrant Rights and Legalization for our DACA, TPS, farmworker, and all Immigrant and Refugee Families — from the corner of Arrow and Grove in Rancho Cucamonga to PEOC (1682 W. Mission Blvd) in Pomona this Saturday, August 28th (beginning at 8 am).
Start your weekend early with Danza Azteca. All abilities welcome.
The Latina/o Roundtable’s
Ethnic Studies Committee Presents:
Aztec Dance Classes/Danza Azteca
Maestro: Alejandro Xipecoatl Juarez, Danza Azteca Grupo Toyaacan
7:00pm – 8:30pm
Every Thursday July-August
8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th
Tony Cerda Park
400 W Grand Ave. Pomona, CA 91766andAugust /Agosto
5th, 12th, 19th, 26th & Sept 2nd
Cesar Chavez Park
2720 Barjud Ave. Pomona, CA 91768
We are grateful to the City of Pomona for their support in bringing this program to the community.
The Pomona Education Coalition Presents:
Reclaiming Our Narratives – A Forum on California’s Model Ethnic Studies Curriculum
Thursday, June 24th, 2021
4pm – 6pm
Zoom ID: 910 7868 5170
Ethnic Studies Activist-Scholars Lupe Carrasco Cardona
and Dr. Theresa Montaño
will share their experience working within CA’s Model Ethnic Studies Curriculum walk us through the events leading up to the approval of the curriculum, its aftermath, and current community organizing efforts for Ethnic Studies.
Guadalupe Carrasco Cardona is an Ethnic Studies Educator at LAUSD. She is also the Chair of Association of Raza Educators (Los Angeles Chapter) and Co-Founder of Liberated Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum Coalition (LESMCC). Dr. Theresa Montano is a Professor of Chicana/o Studies at CSUN. She is also the
Community Liaison for Association of Raza Educators (Los Angeles Chapter), and Co-Founder of Liberated Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum Coalition (LESMCC).
The Latino and Latina Roundtable is part of the Pomona Educational Coalition. To learn more about the Latino and Latina Roundtable, please visit our website www.latinolatinaroundtable.org
or call (909) 480-6267.
For information about this forum and LRT’s ethnic studies work please contact Fabian Pavon -Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Dear Interested Members of the Latino & Latina Roundtable and friends:
Please see the attached flyer and join our Anchor Mission Committee
, which will have its first meeting this Saturday, June 12 at 9 AM
(going no later than 10:30) via Zoom here: bit.ly/LRTAnchorZoom, Password: Anchor
The Committee will meet every other Saturday thru the summer.
This Committee is part of the LRT’s commitment to find a way forward toward a New Economy–more just, more equitable, putting people over profit.
Anchor Institutions are large nonprofits that raise and spend significant sums of money and are “anchored” to the local community in that their success and health is inextricably tied up with the success and health of local people and places. (Typical examples are “eds and meds,” i.e., universities and hospitals.) We will work to implement models that unlock the economic power of such institutions in our region to create jobs for, and investment in, Pomona’s lowest income residents and neighborhoods.
To get an idea of where we are going, see:
Hope to see you there. ¡Adelante!