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"Without a struggle there is no progress." - Frederick Douglass
Intercultural Studies (Pacific Islander History and Culture & Race and Ethnicity)
A.A. Liberal Arts, De Anza Community College, 1998; B.A. Speech Communication w/emphasis in Intercultural Communication, minor in Asian American Studies, San Jose State University, 2001; M.A. Education & BCLAD Multiple Subject Teaching Credential, University of San Francisco, 2013; Ed.D (In progress) International/Multicultural Education, University of San Francisco
Once upon a time, I was a De Anza student finding my way. As a community organizer, artist, educator and globe trotter, I seek to contribute to humanity. I am an Intercultural Studies part time instructor teaching "Intro to Pacific Islander History and Culture". My research interests include education, critical pedagogy, youth studies, global citizenship, indigenous rights, spirituality, ethnic studies, Hip Hop, Pin@y scholarship, transformational education & experiential learning. As I come full circle, I found my way back to De Anza hoping to inspire the next generation. Come to my class and experience fun, interactive and thought provoking classes!
Currently, I am not teaching at the moment because I am the Program Coordinator for De Anza's Office of Equity, Social Justice and Multicultural Education. I hope to be back teaching in Spring 2017.
Classes That I Teach
Summer 2016No classes found for Summer 2016.
Email: Anthony Santa Ana