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Film Screening: 'Precious Knowledge'

Event Start DateSaturday, October 15, 2011
San Diego State University, Arts and Letters, Room 201
Event Start Time4:00 pm

A documentary film about revolutionary education and ethnic studies in Tucson, AZ

About the Event

Sparked by the passage of Arizona’s House Bill (HB) 2281, which eliminates Ethnic Studies courses at secondary level educational institutions, the San Diego Ethnic Studies Consortium (SDESC) invites you to attend a film screening and discussion about the documentary Precious Knowledge. We seek to unite faculty, students, staff, and community members throughout San Diego County in order to reflect upon the recent attacks on the Raza Studies Department in the Tucson Unified School District and its impact upon our disciplines at large.

About the San Diego Ethnic Studies Consortium (SDESC)

SDESC is a collaborative of faculty, staff, students, and community members committed to the study of race, ethnicity, and social justice. SDESC represent's autonomous academic disciplines and intellectual traditions, including American Indian Studies, Asian American Studies, Black/African American/Africana Studies, Chican@/Latin@ Studies, and Ethnic Studies. Viewing ourselves as distinct and interconnected, we are dedicated to the promotion and advancement of our disciplines through scholarship, teaching, institutional and community engagement, advocacy, and collaboration.  Current members of the SDESC include faculty, staff, and students from San Diego Mesa College, City College, Palomar College, San Diego State University, University of San Diego, and UC San Diego.

Contact Information

For questions about the SDSU screening or ESC, please contact May Fu at

To learn more about the consortium, please visit or email

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