The workshops are open and free to the public. Join us para seguir leyendo, narrando y re narrando nuestras historias, para generar conexienes entre nuestras comunidades translocales y sus luchas. Join Norma Ramirez and Sharet Garcia for a discussion on mental health, the importance of self-care, and resources available to undocumented immigrants. Through storytelling, participants will be allowed the opportunity to learn how Undocumented students navigate, challenge, and overcome barriers upheld by state and federal laws, institutional polices, and individual prejudice. Facilitators will guide participants through key ideas from each story and together identify tangible action items that can be brought back to work spaces. With a focus on early career researchers and eye on impact, this conference is free, internationally-minded and open to all.
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African-American history is a part of American history that looks at the history of African Americans or Black Americans in the country. Of the The majority of African Americans are the descendants of Africans who were forced into slavery after being captured during African wars or raids. They were purchased and brought to America as part of the Atlantic slave trade. A smaller number of African Americans are descended from ethnic groups that lived in Eastern and Southeastern Africa.