Lessons from an Activist Intellectual
by Jose Zapata Calderon
This book provides examples of how an academician can combine the roles of teacher, researcher, and activist with a community-based critical pedagogy for democracy and empowerment. This book discusses the interconnections made between José Calderón’s pedagogy and his history as an immigrant, student, social movement leader, researcher, professor, and community organizer. At the same time, it provides examples of an interactive, intercultural, and interdisciplinary pedagogy that involves both students and community participants as both teachers and learners in social change projects. This style of pedagogy has a particular salience for historically excluded individuals from diverse racial, class, gender, and sexual orientation backgrounds, for whom the educational experience can be both an alienating and empowering experience.
THIS SATURDAY – OCTOBER 24, 2015
NAACP GAME CHANGER
POMONA VALLEY BRANCH GAME CHANGER!
Kennedy Austin Foundation Center
2501 N. Garey Ave., Pomona, Ca.
This Saturday – October 24, 2015
3pm to 5pm
Ethel Gardner, Facilitator
2015 -National Federal Priorities
Discussion: Legislation, Resolution, Policy
The Pomona Valley branch of the NAACP is pleased to participate in the 2015 Concert Under the Stars sponsored by the Hafif Family Foundation – great music and great food. Our NAACP unit will receive all of the money we collect from ticket sales. There will be three concerts from which to choose: Salsa and Soul on June 13th and 70’s – 90’s, Dance Music on June 20th, and Jazz/R&B on July 11th. Tickets cost $55.00 per person.
For more information and to purchase tickets, email Iola Fountain at iolafounti(AT)yahoo(DOT)com. Remember, The Hafif Family Foundation generously covers all the costs of the event; 100% of monies use to support NAACP Local Branch Programs and Projects.