Please join the Alhadeff Future Teachers of Color in a free workshop: “My Story is the Only Thing I Own: Houseless’ Testimonios of Survival & Resistance” on October 19 from 1:00-2:00 p.m. in EdAd 212.
This workshop will be facilitated by Nancy Carvajal Medina, a doctoral candidate in Cultural Studies and Social Thought in Education.
What are the stories of unstably housed people in rural areas? What do we know about rural homelessness? What actions can we take to support community members who experience housing instability?
In this session we will listen to a snapshot of one houseless’ testimonio and will share our insights about what it entails experiencing housing instability. Bring your whole self (mindbodyspirit) to enter into a houseless’ world.
WSU students are highly encouraged to attend. Faculty, staff, and community members are also welcome.
Please join us for an AFTOC meeting on Wednesday, October 26 at 4:00pm in Ed Ad 308! Carolina Silva will be leading a talk with attendees titled “Become an Undocu Advocate”. This discussion will provide future teachers with knowledge about undocumented students they could have in their classes one day, and will be able to answer many questions you may have.
Come join us for the last Alhadeff Future Teachers of Color meeting of the academic year. ALL are welcome. In addition to good discussion about next year, we’ll have the chance to watch the Academy-award-winning documentary Inocente, about a homeless teenager and her struggles. Food will be provided (pizza… a who doesn’t like that?!?!?!).