3rd Annual UndocU Conference Call For Proposals

The 3rd Annual UndocU Conference is taking place this April 14, 2022 at CSU Long Beach. Each year, the conference features the work of community members, scholars, service providers, and organizers with a focus on the experiences of undocumented people. Key questions that will be addressed through the conference, include the following: ”

  • “How do multiple and intersectional identities impact the undocumented experience within higher educational institutions, the work force, and community?
  • How do we envision equity beyond our educational institutions to address the limitation of access and resources for non-DACAmented people?
  • How does the undocumented experience intersect with diverse activist movements?”

The deadline to submit a proposal is February 18, 2022 at 11:59pm PST. 

For more information and to apply, please visit their official form: 3rd Annual UndocU Conference.

Please note that the link to this proposal was first posted by the organizers of the UndocU Conference. The link may not work after the deadline has passed.


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