Globalization Conference 2012
What is globalization? Globalization means the world is getting smaller, the forces of change are moving faster, and the poorest people on the planet are the most at risk. What can we do to resist destructive forces, and use the power and speed of globalization to create greater global harmony and intercultural exchange?
Join De Anza students and community partners for a day of exploration as we move from being globalized to mobilized!
From Global to Mobile
Thursday, March 8, 2012
10:30 a.m.– 4:30 p.m.
Hinson Campus Center
Conference Rooms A & B
Who Should Attend?
All campus and community members are invited. No registration required.
Enjoy a full day of . . .
- Presentations and Workshops
throughout the day. See details below.
- Debunking the Myths about Immigration
from 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Interactive games with LEAD EWRT1A students
- Community Partners Resource Tables
from 1:30 - 3:30 p.m
SIREN, IMASS, SFJ, BSU, LEAD, Remit for Change, Domestic Workers Alliance, TOUCCh, and Occupy for Education
For more information, contact Marc Coronado at firstname.lastname@example.org or 408.864.8409.
|Film: Women's Work
produced by the honor students from Marc Coronado's WMST21/ELIT21 class
|South Korea - United States Free Trade presented by APASL
Hip Hop Cultural Performance presented by 4 Elements
|Immigration 101 presented by SIREN
Keynote speaker: David Bacon
|Grassroots Democracy: Global Justice presented by Students from Cynthia Kaufman's WMST17 Class
|Interactive Globalization Debates: Using Data & Statistics
produced by Doli Bambhania's Math 10 students
|US- Mexico Immigration Issues: Causes, Consequences, and Reform presented by students from Robert Stockwell's POLI3 class
|The Women of Juarez presented by LEAD EWRT 1B
|Blue Gold: The Exploitation of Fresh Water presented by LEAD club members
|Food Justice presented by W.I.S.E. 37
|Final Comments by LEAD Club Vice President Vincent Mendoza