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REGSS department hosts Code Switch listening party

REGSS department hosts Code Switch listening party

Caleb McBride

March 6, 2019

Martina McGhee, a doctoral candidate and teaching fellow in Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching, designed a curriculum that uses a new form of media and technology to enhance the learning experience. “As an educator, creating opportunities to access knowledge that is free and easy to access...

What is #BlackLivesMatter

Kat Joseph and Ricardo Rodriguez

April 10, 2017

Ricardo joins the African American Studies Advisory Board at UTSA to discuss their definition of Black Lives Matter. Check out more videos on our Youtube channel.

UCLA professor shares ‘The Status and Future of Ethnic/Race’ with UTSA

Jessica Salinas

March 2, 2017

“What is our role as students, activists as educators in the current political moment?” This was the question posed by Dr. Gaye Theresa Johnson to a room full of UTSA students and educators. Dr. Johnson, UCLA associate professor of Chicana and Chicano studies and African American studies, lectured on...

Students march to honor MLK

African American Studies Program students march with rowdy pride during the MLK march. Isaac Serna, The Paisano

Isaac Serna

January 18, 2017

Among the sea of participants in San Antonio’s 30th annual Martin Luther King, Jr. march, Roadrunner orange brightened the streets. “We wore orange because we wanted to show that this is a UTSA community,” Mr. UTSA JaCorey Patterson said. “We had these t-shirts made with Martin Luther King, J...