SpeakOut at the recent NCORE Conference

NCORE - National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in American Higher Education
May 30 - June 4, 2016
San Francisco, CA (Hilton Union Square)
NCORE, the leading national conference on the issues of race and ethnicity in American higher education, drew some 3500 people to the most recent conference held in San Franciso. There were dozens of  pre-conference institutes, workshops, keynotes and special events where individuals and institutions shared their on-the-ground knowledge about current issues, program development, student development, academic assessment tools, effective theoretical frameworks, latest practice-based research findings and radical and innovative experiential curriculum to transform higher education in its mission for diversity and inclusion for students, staff, faculty and leadership.
A number of SpeakOut speakers were involved in presenting at the conference. Hundreds of attendees stopped by our booth in the Exhibit Hall to meet our staff Jean Caiani and Felicia Gustin and the speakers listed below. We hosted conference booksignings as well as offered outstanding books and DVDs for purchase (many of which you can now find in our web store).
 
Here are the people from SpeakOut who participated at NCORE 2016 (click on their name to visit their bio pages):

Tuesday, May 31, 2016
Pre Conference Institute: Hip Hop Education and Social Justice: Pedagogy, Praxis, Engagement and Action Amer F. Ahmed

Pre Conference Institute: Beyond Blood Quantum: A Conversation on American Indian Identity and Racial Resiliency  Adrienne Keene

Special Feature "BE(coming)"  Aisha Fukushima

Film & Dialogue “No Más Bebés” Q & A with Director/Producer Renee Tajima-Pena


Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Nothing to Add: A Challenge to White Silence in Racial Discussions  Robin DiAngelo

After the Spotlight Fades: How to Keep the Momentum for Change Going   Shakti Butler

Keynote with Dolores Huerta

Mixed Asian Heritage: A Multiplicity of identities or “I’m Confused. Are you Amerasian, Cablanasian, Eurasian, Hapa, or Multi-Asian?"  Aisha Fukushima

White Fragility   Robin DiAngelo


Thursday, June 2, 2016

Where are all the White People?: Strategies for Engaging White People in Collective Action for Racial Justice Paul Kivel  and  Dara Silverman

Race[ing] to the Border: The Colonial Legacy of American Immigration Policy  Ariel Luckey

Radically Healing Race and Advocacy  Shakti Butler

Shuumi Means To Give: 21st Century Indigenous Land Reparations   Ariel Luckey

Confronting Islamophobia: Proactive Efforts to Address Hate and Bias on and off Campus  Amer F. Ahmed

Courage Against Racism: Strategies for Engaging and Moving White People into Racial Justice Action
Chris Crass

Aisha Fukushima in Concert


Friday, June 3, 2016
Living in the Shadow of the Cross: Understanding and Challenging Christian Hegemony Amer F. Ahmed  and Paul Kivel

Great White Hoax: The Politics of White Identity, From the Campus to the Voting Booth  Tim Wise

Interrupting the Racialized School to Prison Pipeline through Restorative Justice  Shakti Butler  and
Fania Davis

A Conversation with Peggy McIntosh: The 19 question exercise; Letting the audience set the agenda
Peggy Macintosh
Victor Lewis
Hugh Vasquez

Is Race a Choice? A Conversation on MultiRacial Identification Fluidity and Ethnic Fraud in a post-Dolezal Context   Andrew Jolivette

”This Ain't Yo Mama's Civil Rights Movement!" Intergenerational Approaches to Social Justice, Freedom, and Revolution   Ericka Huggins

Deconstructing Dominant Culture or How to Work Effectively with White People  Shakti Butler

Defending Ethnic Studies: Education and Health Research as a Matter of Justice for People of Color and Indigenous Nations
Andrew Jolivette

An Evening of Film and Dialogue  Shakti Butler


Saturday, June 4, 2016

Waking Up to Privilege Systems: Using Critical Autobiography to Expose the Hidden Benefits of Race, Gender, Sexual Identity Dominance
Victor Lewis
Peggy McIntosh
Hugh Vasquez

Parenting White Youth for Racial Justice Paul Kivel and Ariel Luckey


We Too Sing America: South Asian, Arab, Muslim and Sikh Immigrants Shape Our Multiracial Future  Deepa Iyer

The Latinos of Asia: How Filipino Americans Break the Rules of Race  Anthony Ocampo