Topic: teach-in

In addition to their recent teach-in on prison abolition, RailRoad has advocated for “fair chance” hiring practices at the University and the eventual disintegration of the Prison Industrial Complex. The event was attended by both RailRoad members and members of the public.

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‘RailRoad’ activists discuss prison abolition at teach-in

November 8, 2019 0 comments

Student activists gathered to discuss prison abolition at a teach-in on Wednesday night, bringing forward their concerns with the prison-industrial complex and proposing ways to move toward its eventual disintegration.

Student panelists described experiencing U.S.-centrism and a lack of non-Western perspectives in the curriculum and classrooms of the Watson Institute.

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Teach-in critiques colonialism in Watson

October 25, 2019 0 comments

Student panelists spoke passionately about their experiences of colonialism in the curriculum and classrooms of the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs during a packed Wednesday teach-in.

At the TPS Teach-In Panel Monday, panelists discussed the challenges that temporary protected status-holders face in the current political climate, as well as methods to engage in effective activism.

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Panel covers uncertainty of temporary protected status

April 10, 2018 0 comments

The Central American United Student Association organized a Temporary Protective Status Teach-In Panel Monday evening as a part of CAUSA’s inaugural Central American Series.

The event, hosted by the Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America,  featured a panel of students, faculty and staff involved in community organizing and research projects.

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Teach-in contextualizes end of DACA

October 10, 2017 1 comment

In a discussion, a panel of students, faculty and staff highlighted the importance of leaving the “good immigrant bad, immigrant” mentality behind.

Faculty teach-in highlights historical implications of immigration ban

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Faculty teach-in highlights historical implications of immigration ban

February 9, 2017 0 comments

When Sreemati Mitter, assistant professor of Middle Eastern history and international and public affairs, met with Syrian refugees in France