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Eastside Stories Conference

Hello everyone this is a great opportunity for students, adults, community members etc..

 

Eastside Stories Conference Registration 2019

Location: Roosevelt High School

Keynote Speaker: Jollene Levid

Jollene is a Regional Organizer for United Teachers Los Angeles - the second largest teachers union in the US, which went on strike and won this past January 2019. She has been a union organizer, contract negotiator, and former union director for over 16 years in the US education and healthcare industries, and for two organizing campaigns in the Philippines. Jollene Levid is the Founding Chairperson of AF3IRM, an anti-imperialist/transnational feminist organization for women of color, and has been a part of the organization for 17 years, currently serving on AF3IRM's International Committee. She graduated from Bravo High School, received her BA in Political Science and Asian American Studies at UC Irvine, and got her Masters in Social Work from USC. Jollene hails from Northeast Los Angeles, is a mother, martial artist, and bookworm.

Saturday May 25th, 2019

Schedule

8:30 - 9:00 AM Registration & Light Breakfast
9:00 – 9:15 AM Welcome/Danzantes
9:15 – 10:00 AM Opening Ceremony
10:10 – 11:00 AM Workshop I
11:10 – 12:00 PM Workshop II
12:30 – 1:00 PM Lunch & Entertainment


East Side Stories is an opportunity for youth to be at the forefront of creating social change, and for Los Angeles to come together to share and strategize ways to improve our city. In the great tradition of the Chicano student walk-outs that took place across East Los Angeles in 1968, we continue to nurture a community of resistance and resilience.

Posted by: Miguel Ruiz Published:5/23/19
Audience: Staff, Grade 09, Principals, Grade 10, Homepage, Grade 11, Grade 12, Homepage, Teachers and All Grades