Celebrating 40 years

"Environmental Justice for All"

February 19, 4:00 • FREE • UCSB MultiCultural Center

Dr. Robert Bullard has been called the father of the environmental justice movement. For more than two decades, he has championed environmental protection as a civil rights and social justice issue. As global climate change poses special challenges for communities of color and the poor, the commitment to environmental justice is a value that can unite us all, across boundaries of race, class, gender, age, and geography.

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Order or subscribe online! The Journal of Haitian Studies special issue on Frankétienne is available now, AfroGEEKS: Beyond the Digital Divide anthology and DVD are now available for purchase online

On May 28, Visiting Researcher Ricardo Guthrie presented "Dedicated to the Cause of the People: Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett, The San Francisco Sun-Reporter and Black Consciousness, 1947-1966"

The Center celebrates Haitian Flag Day with a week of events to benefit Haiti Soleil

Visiting Scholar Nadège Clitandre is founder of Haiti Soleil, building libraries and museums for a just society. Visit their website here.

Center introduces new website

CALL FOR PAPERS: Kalfou, a new ethnic studies journal is accepting submissions

Professor Sylvester Ogbechie serves as Center's Acting Director for Winter 2008

Next Haitian Studies Conference scheduled in Haiti

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