The Continuing Significance of Ethnic Studies for Students Today

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Forty years ago, students who fought for and later took the nation's first Ethnic Studies classes used their new critical education to inspire community-based movements for justice. Two generations later, students continue to find relevance, inspiration and guidance from the College of Ethnic Studies. This panel presentation will focus on the experiences of current students, who will discuss their expectations, hopes, frustrations, and the extent to which their efforts today and future work outside the classroom is shaped by their experience having taken many of the diverse course offerings in Ethnic Studies.

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College of Ethnic Studies, San Francisco State University
Recorded on
Thursday, October 8, 2009
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College of Ethnic Studies San Francisco State University
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College of Ethnic Studies 40th Anniversary

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