[ProgressiveEd] Fwd: February 28th, 2003 (Friday)

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Activism, Education and the Academy: =A0A Conversation Between
Michelle Fine and Pedro Noguera.  (PLEASE FORWARD!!!)
February 28th, 2003 (Friday)
4:00-6:00 p.m.
Milbank Chapel, Teachers College
525 W. 120th Street
Professors Fine and Noguera are educators who use their research,
teaching and service to engage in community based projects for
social justice. =A0This conversation is an invitation to listen in
while they talk about what compels them to engage in educational
activism and what sustains them in the challenging political
climate facing urban schools and communities. =A0Following their
conversation there will be an opportunity for dialogue with the two
speakers about the challenges and rewards of being activist
Michelle Fine is Professor of Social/Personality Psychology at the
CUNY Graduate Center. =A0Her publications include: =A0Framing Dropouts:
Notes on the Politics of an Urban High School and Charting Urban
School Reform: Reflections on Public High Schools in the Midst of
Pedro Noguera is Professor of Urban Education at the Harvard
University Graduate School of Education. =A0 His publications include
Confronting the Urban: =A0How City Schools Can Respond to the Forces
of Social Inequality (forthcoming).