Deportation is a term that is being used a lot in the news, and reporting of ICE raids is a regular occurrence. Hardcore Natural History will explore the process of deportation and its effects on the broader community with Dr. Regina Langhout, professor of psychology and provost of Oakes College at UC, Santa Cruz. Dr. Langhout is the lead author on a policy brief, "Statement on the Effects of Deportation and Forced Separation on Immigrants, their Families, and Communities," which outlines the trauma and violence of today's deportation process. The brief can be found at: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/ajcp.12256
Regina Langhout is Provost of Oakes College and a Professor in the Psychology Department at UC Santa Cruz. Her research examines empowerment in schools, neighborhoods, and the workplace. As a critical social-community psychologist, she is best known for her youth participatory action research with 9-12 year old Latinx children. Indeed, she has been asked to speak about or has given workshops on yPAR with 8-12 year olds across the Americas. Most recently, her yPAR work has focused on state-led violence against immigrant communities. She is a fellow of the Society for Community Research and Action.
Tickets will be available in December.
Price includes a glass of wine from our Winery Partner, Zeph’s One Stop.
Enjoy dinner before or after the event and receive a complimentary appetizer with the order of an entée.
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WHALING STATION STEAKHOUSE
Available after, beginning at 7:30p