Posted on March 15, 2011 by Joslyn O.
Readers in San Diego, mark your calendars!
In conjunction with the RACE: Are We So Different? exhibit, the San Diego Museum of Man will be hosting a series of special events highlighting the Lemon Grove Incident.
- Saturday, March 19th:
Roberto Alvarez, Ph.D., UCSD, Ethnic Studies, and Director of the Center for Global California Studies, will discuss the nation’s first successful school desegregation court case of 1930, which occurred in San Diego County’s own Lemon Grove. The lecture will provide an overview of the court case in the context of race desegregation in the U.S. prior to 1954 Brown vs. the Board. The presentation emphasizes the role of the Mexican-American and immigrant populations in U.S. school desegregation and features a docu-drama.
Read event coverage on La Prensa San Diego.
- Saturday, March 26th:
The Lemon Grove Oral History Project Team will present a preview screening of a short documentary of the Lemon Grove community in the 1930s, and feature the former students of the 1930s impacted by the court case. Lemon Grove community residents will be present during this follow-up presentation to Dr. Alvarez’s lecture.
For details on these events and other upcoming events at the San Diego Museum of Man, click here.
Can’t make it to San Diego? Visit the RACE: Are We So Different? virtual exhibit.
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Posted on February 11, 2011 by Joslyn O.
Running on the heels of this morning’s video roundup, be sure to check out the San Diego Museum of Man’s RACE commercial:
If you are a member of the San Diego Museum of Man, check out the new RACE: Are We So Different? exhibit tonight at a special member’s only event.
The RACE: Are We So Different? exhibit opens for the general public tomorrow, Saturday, February 12. The exhibit runs until May 15. Check out the San Diego Museum of Man’s website for complete details.
Not in San Diego this weekend? Visit RACE’s virtual exhibit!
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Posted on January 14, 2011 by Joslyn O.
To all of our blog readers of the Boston area, we have a weekend event you won’t want to miss! The RACE: Are We So Different exhibit opens on Saturday at the Museum of Science in Boston, where it will remain until May 15. The Museum opens at 9am and tickets cap at $21. Click here for complete Museum details.
The exhibit has already been making headlines throughout the Boston area. Reporter Michael Chin of Color Magazine describes that the exhibit “successfully provides an interactive and comprehensive look at what is race, if anything at all.” Read the entire article here.
ABC6 News in Providence, RI also picked up the arrival of the RACE exhibit. For complete coverage, click here.
Not in the Boston area? Visit the RACE: Are We So Different virtual tour today!
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