Cal State Long Beach in California is hosting their 4th annual UndocU Conference in-person on their campus on Friday, April 14th! Students, community members, staff, faculty, and administrators are encouraged to attend. You don’t have to be affiliated with Cal State Long Beach to attend.
From the conference organizers: “In the 4th Annual UndocU Conference, we hope to highlight the diverse and intersectional Identities of Undocumented people, which are typically neglected and overlooked. The program will facilitate community building and networking through interactive activities, a resource fair, and discussions. It will feature papers, presentations, and roundtables focused on research within, in support of, and conducted by members of the community. Some topics may include undocumented student experiences, building campus support systems, youth resilience & activism, inclusive research opportunities, and access to paid professional development. Our hope is to provide a space for undocumented students and allies of varying disciplines to share their academic research.”
Date and Time: Friday, April 14 · 9am – 3:30pm PDT
Location: CSULB Horn Center 1250 North Bellflower Boulevard Long Beach, CA 90840
With any questions, contact (562) 985-5869.
For more information and to register for the conference, visit this link!
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