UCLA Lecture: Hip Hop and Punk Against the School to Prison Pipeline
Book Talk / Hip Hop / Prison Industrial Complex / Prisons, Torture, and Death Penalty / Punk / Save the Kids / School to Prison Pipeline / Social Justice Education

UCLA Lecture: Hip Hop and Punk Against the School to Prison Pipeline

Hip Hop and Punk Against the School to Prison Pipeline March 10, 2015 Time: 6:00pm to 7:30pm Room: Moore Hall 3340 (Reading Room) University of California, Los Angeles Free and Open to the Public Light Refreshments MAP OF PARKING http://www.ucla.edu/maps-directions-parking/ Here is the building: Moore Hall http://space.admin.ucla.edu/space_plsql/pkg_gui.home?body=pkg_gui.campus%3Fp_loc_id%3D179 recommended parking structures: 4 or 2 (will need … Continue reading

Nov 6 2014 – Syracuse Mini-Conference on Dismantling the School to Prison Pipeline
Book Talk / critical urban education / Save the Kids / School to Prison Pipeline / Youth Justice

Nov 6 2014 – Syracuse Mini-Conference on Dismantling the School to Prison Pipeline

Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/653976664715104/ Syracuse Mini-Conference on Dismantling the School to Prison Pipeline November 6, 2014 6:00pm to 8:30pm South Side Innovation Center 2610 South Salina Street Syracuse, NY FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC AND MEDIA This Mini-Conference’s purpose is to education, provide alternatives, and give affective tactics and strategies to organize around dismantling … Continue reading

Presentation at St. Cloud State University
Book Talk / Save the Kids / School to Prison Pipeline / Social Justice Education / Special Education / Uncategorized

Presentation at St. Cloud State University

With Save the Kids and for the National Month for Youth Justice organized by the Campaign for Youth Justice based in Washington D.C., I presented at the Global Responsibility Conference at St. Cloud State University, hosted by the Social Responsibility graduate program. I presented on Food Justice, Disability and Race and another presentation on the … Continue reading

Animal Advocacy / Book Talk / Critical Animal Studies / Institute for Critical Animal Studies / Panel Discussion

The End of Speciesism, Capitalism and Environmental Destruction: An Introduction to Critical Animal Studies

Day: April 13, 2012 Time: 12 to 12:50 Normandale Community College, MN This presentation, sponsored by the Institute for Critical Animal Studies, makes the argument that Western culture, still in the midst of the Occupy Wall Street Movement, needs to reassess its hierarchy of rights and freedoms in consideration of the nonhuman animals we eat, … Continue reading