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Ten Years of Practical Activism Conference at UC Santa Cruz
The 10th annual Practical Activism Conference at UC Santa Cruz, organized by students at colleges Nine, Ten and Oakes, was held on October 20, 2012, at the College Nine & College Ten Multipurpose Room. The student-led conference featured keynote speaker Angela Davis, ten workshops, various on- and off-campus organizations, performances, and a variety of hands-on activities.
After the conference, a reception featuring College Ten Provost Helen Shapiro and current student Dylan Cureton from Richmond, Virginia, was held in the University Center to celebrate the ten year anniversary of College Ten and it's theme of social justice and community.
Workshops at Practical Activism Conference 2012:
Citizen Journalism for Social Justice
Education not Incarceration
UCSC Budget Cuts and Retention
Psychological Disabilities: Beyond Stereotypes
LGBT Rights Around the World
For more information, as well as coverage and advertisements from previous years, you can visit:
Practical Activism Conference
Keynotes from the 3rd Annual Practical Activism Conference at UC Santa Cruz
Molotov Mouths at Practical Activism 2004
2007 Practical Activism Conference at UCSC featuring Angela Davis
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College Ten Provost Helen Shapiro
Grant Wilson, Free Skool Santa Cruz, Do. It. Yourself.
Angela Davis Acknowledges the Ohlone Indigenous Peoples
An Attentive Audience for Angela Davis
Angela Davis on Palestine Solidarity
Terisa Tinei Siagatonu is a spoken-word artist, arts educator and community organizer.
I gave a presentation called "Indymedia for Practical Activism." In the same workshop, Leslie Lopez, a faculty member in UCSC's Latin American Latina/o Studies Department, presented on the importance of radio networks for community organizing in Mexico.
Photo on screen: People inside the Sentinel building look down as editor Tom Honig tries to defend the paper's coverage.
"Students and Workers Take Protest to Sentinel's Door
"Oct. 7, 2005 - Continuing the hard-fought struggle to support local bus drivers on strike, hundreds of students and workers from UC Santa Cruz, as well as many community members, held a brief rally at the base of the UCSC campus before embarking upon a highly visible and chant-filled march to the downtown Metro Center.
"Once at the Metro Center, a rally and speak-out was held to discuss the bus drivers' struggle and the great deal of solidarity between various sectors of the community. After many complaints of the Santa Cruz Sentinel's poor coverage of the strike, the community marched over to the Sentinel's offices to greet the origins of their frustration."
College Ten Administrative Officer Deana Slater (left) & Provost Helen Shapiro. Celebrating a Decade of Social Justice & Community at UCSC.
Listening to Helen Shapiro
College Ten Student Dylan Cureton from Richmond, VA
Music by Farouche - Featuring Members of the UCSC Community