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Jorge F. Rodriguez

Jorge F. Rodriguez is an Assistant Professor in the Integrated Educational Studies program within the Donna Ford Attallah College of Educational Studies at Chapman University. His interests include a critical examination on how culture, privilege and power intersect within school systems and their larger community environments. His work explores the Politics of Knowledge, Funds of Knowledge, Critical Media Literacy, Ethnic Studies, and the praxis of centering counter narratives within his scholarship. Jorge is passionate about creating spaces for youth and students around social justice, self-determination, and cultural resistance. His teaching and research experience demonstrate his ability to both create and operationalize culturally relevant curriculum and reflective learning environments.

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Blanca Rameriz

Blanca Ramirez is an Orange County native. Originally from Anaheim, she has been working on immigration issues for the past eight years. She will soon receive her doctorate from the Sociology Department at the University of Southern California. Blanca has volunteered for over two years with OCJF to help identify financial and legal resources to reach more OC families impacted by detention and deportation.

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Annie Lai

Annie Lai is a Clinical Professor of Law and Co-Director of the Immigrant Rights Clinic at the University of California,…

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