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Save the Date: Superdiversity California Style

Superdiversity California Style: New Approaches to Race, Civil Rights, Governance and Cultural Production

Thursday, February 28, 2013, 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm & Friday, March 1, 2013, 9:00 am - 7:00 pm
UCLA Faculty Center, California Room

Los Angeles has come to epitomize the global phenomenon of dramatically increased ethnic, racial, linguistic, and religious diversity.

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For additional information, please contact UCLA Institute of American Cultures:
Phone: (310) 825-6815


Event: Reflections on the Supreme Court's Recent Indian Law Jurisprudence


 Save the Date: Symposium on Spatial Analysis of Social and Environmental Justice

January 23, 2013
Room 2357 of the law school, from 12-1.15

Glenn Feldman, a partner with Dickinson Wright / Mariscal Weeks in Phoenix, Arizona who has represented Indian tribes in federal courts across four decades, including before the U.S. Supreme Court, will offer some thoughts on the Court's recent federal Indian law jurisprudence.

AISC is co-sponsoring, along with the Native Nations Law & Policy Center and the Native American Law Student Association.


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Luskin School of Public Affairs

Department of Urban Planning

Symposium on Spatial Analysis of Social and Environmental Justice

Part of the UCLA Environmental Justice Initiative

To receive invitations to these events please contact Kate Thomas,, to be put on the Environmental Justice Lecture Series List.

 Save the Date: Professor Mishuana Goeman’s Book Event


 Save the Date: Critical Race Studies Annual Symposium

Description:, February 28, 2013
12:30 – 2:00 PM
Charles E. Young Research Library

Join us for a discussion by Professor Mishuana Goeman on her new book, Mark My Words: Native Women (Re)mapping Our Nations.


Thursday-Friday, March 7-8, 2013
Stay tuned for more information

Established in 2007, through a collaboration of CRS students and faculty, the CRS Symposium is the signature event of the UCLA School of Law's Critical Race Studies Program.  The purpose of the event is to foreground the most innovative ideas and strategies to end racial injustice, to promote learning and collaboration across disciplines, and to integrate racial justice theory and practice. 

Visit the Critical Race Studies website


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UCLA AISA: Creative Arts Agency Looking for Native interns, Summer '13


Institute of American Cultures 2013‐2014 Fellowships & Grants information

Please join the UCLA American Indian Student Association for an information session about CAA and the various opportunities available to current students and recent graduates.

Monday, January 28th

Rsvp required by January 22:

Creative artists agency
2000 Avenue of the Stars
Los Angeles

Self-parking only: $10

Enter garage from constellation boulevard

The IAC has made funds available annually through its visiting scholar and fellowship programs and its research grants.

IAC visiting scholar/researcher and graduate/predoctoral fellowships are competitive awards that support scholarship on African Americans, American Indians, Asian Americans, and Chicanas/os.


For more information, visit the Institute of American Cultures website.


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