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Letter to the Editor: Faculty members pledge to stand against hate in aftermath of election
November 14, 2016, UCLA — “As educators, we affirm UCLA’s commitment to fostering an environment that is inclusive and respectful of diversity in all its forms – in our classrooms, our offices, on campus and beyond. We are prepared to defend and support our campus community as we protect our democracy.” Read more from the Daily Bruin >>
Jan. 18 teach-in highlights activism in the Trump era
January 9, 2017, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA CRUZ — “For organizers, including Sociology Professor Veronica Terriquez, Teach! Organize! Resist! represents an opportunity to reimagine what is possible.” Read more from the University of California, Santa Cruz Newscenter >>
Day of Democratic Education Debuts on Campus Wednesday
January 17, 2017, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA BARBARA — “The Day of Democratic Education is the first of its kind [at UCSB]. As part of the larger J18 ‘TEACH! ORGANIZE! RESIST!’ movement, educators are working on ‘challenging Trumpism’ by emphasizing the role that academia plays in changing the world.” Read more from The Bottom Line >>
UK graduate students organize ‘Trump Teach-In’ as inauguration looms
January 17, 2017, UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY — “A group of graduate students at the University of Kentucky will explore [questions surrounding the Trump administration] Wednesday during ‘A Teach-In on the Trump Presidency,’ an afternoon of lectures and discussion about the future Trump presidency and what it could mean.” Read more from the Lexington Herald Leader >>
Journal de bord en Trumpland : enseigner, organiser, résister !
January 25, 2017 — “L’initiative a galvanisé des dizaines d’universités : Princeton, UC Davis, UC Berkeley, UC Santa Barbara, Columbia, NYU, MIT, etc. A UCLA, la soirée de clôture réunissait activistes, chanteurs, artistes, chercheurs, dont Patrisse Cullors, cofondatrice de Black Lives Matter, Bryonn Bain, Peter Sellars, la poétesse Erika Sanchez, et autres militants des droits des immigrés et des femmes.” Read more from Libération >>