“50 Years of Struggle & Resistance! PCC & Mexican American Studies” panel discussion

Please save the date for the 3rd Annual Raquel Rubio Goldsmith Lecture in Ethnic, Gender & Transborder Studies:
“50 Years of Struggle and Resistance! Pima Community College and Mexican American Studies”
Commemorate the 50th anniversaries of PCC and the national movement for Chican@ Studies with founding and current faculty and students. They will relate struggles and triumphs of PCC’s formative years through present-day efforts for educational self-determination.

Thursday, November 15, 2018, 6-8:30pm

Reception 5-6pm

Amethyst Room, PCC Downtown Campus
1255 N. Stone Ave., Tucson, AZ
Welcome by Chancellor Lee Lambert, PCC
Confirmed speakers:
Dr. Rodolfo Acuña, Professor, Cal State University at Northridge / Author, Occupied America
Dr. Raquel Rubio Goldsmith, Founding Faculty Emeritus, PCC / Dir., UA Binational Institute
Guadalupe Castillo, Founding Faculty Emeritus, PCC / Community activist
Rosalía Solórzano, Retired Faculty / Co-founder, EGTS Dept., PCC

Dr. Anna Ochoa O’Leary, Dept. Head, Mexican American Studies, UA

PCC Mexican American Studies faculty and students
Co-sponsors: Department of Ethnic, Gender & Transborder Studies and Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Equity at PCC, and MAS Dept. at University of Arizona.

Francisca James Hernández, Ph.D. | she, hers, ella, suya

Head, Dept. of Ethnic, Gender & Transborder Studies

Faculty, Anthropology Program

Downtown Campus * Pima Community College

1255 N. Stone Ave., Tucson, AZ 85709 * 520.206.7034 office * 520.206.7044 fax

 Research Associate * Southwest Institute for Research on Women (SIROW) * University of AZ

sirow.arizona.edu/francisca-james-hernandez

Co-editor, Chicana Studies: An Introduction (www.kendallhunt.com/solorzano)

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