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LATI 10: Latin American Studies and U.S. Liberation Movements

The UCSD Latin American Studies program opened a new Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) course during the Winter Quarter of 2019. Titled LATI 10: Latin American Studies and U.S. Liberation Movements, “the purpose of this class is to study the multilayered relations between Latin America and U.S. Liberation movements, particularly Third World movements, the Chicano Movement, the Black …

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My LATI 10 Students Visit Border Field State Park

On November 19 I took my UCSD Latin American Studies students on a trip to visit Border Field State Park, also known as “Friendship Park.” Pedro Rios, director of the San Diego office of the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), provided our group a historical overview of the park and the transformation of this section …

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I Will Be Teaching A New Latin American Studies Course At UCSD

I am co-designing and teaching a new Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) course, LATI 10 – Reading North by South: Latin American Studies and the US Liberation Movements at UCSD for the 2019-2020 academic year! “The purpose of this class is to study the multilayered relations between Latin American Studies and U.S. Liberation movements, particularly Third …

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