Follow the teachers and students of Tucson High Schoolas they form the front lines of a civil rights battle in Arizona.
Wednesday, March 30th @ 7pmSchool of Education • Auditorium – Rm 1120
A documentary that captures the transformative impact this innovative social justice curriculum has on its students. See this year-long journey and get to know these students, who become engaged, informed, and active in transforming their communities. A truly inspiring movie about overcoming obstacles against all odds!Presented byLatino Graduate Student Association • Latino Studies Program • Multi-Cultural Greek Council • Office of Diversity Education • Indiana University Student Association • Office of Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs • Latinos Unidos at IU • Black Graduate Student Association • School of EducationFollow the teachers and students of Tucson High Schoolas they form the front lines of a civil rights battle in Arizona.
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The Monroe County Council will consider resolution opposing SB 590, the AZ style immigration law. The meeting will be at the Monroe County Court House (in the square) at 5:30 PM on this coming Tuesday March 8th, the public is encouraged to attend and speak before the Council votes on the resolution.
The Bloomington City Council will consider a resolution against SB 590, the City Council will meet this coming Wednesday March 9th at 8 PM at the Council Chambers in City Hall. Please come and support this resolution against SB 590.
Bloomington, IN — The City of Bloomington and Indiana Legal Services, Inc. are partnering to create the Citizenship Preparation Course, a six-week course aimed at preparing newcomers and green card holders for a path toward citizenship. The class will cover the fundamentals of U.S. history, citizen rights and responsibilities, and basic concepts in American democracy. English-language learners are encouraged to register.
Latinos are less likely than whites to access the internet, have a home broadband connection or own a cell phone, according to survey findings from the Pew Hispanic Center, a project of the Pew Research Center. Latinos lag behind blacks in home broadband access but have similar rates of internet and cell phone use.
Latinos and Digital Technology, 2010 – Pew Hispanic Center