Register for this year’s UndocU Conference at CSU Long Beach

The Dream Success Center at CSU Long Beach is hosting their annual UndocU Conference on May 3, 2019, which will feature research with and in support of undocumented students, their families, and communities. This year’s conference keynote speaker will be Dr. Roberto Gonzales, Professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and author of Lives in Limbo.

They are currently accepting submissions to present (deadline to submit is February 15, 2019). “Proposals might address themes of policing and surveillance, undocumented student experiences and campus support systems, youth resilience and activism, or how people make meaning and create lives in uncertain and violent legal contexts, local initiatives to support mixed-status families. Others might consider what these recent changes mean for local communities, for university and college campuses.”

For more information and to register, please visit their official website: UndocU Conference


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