"Stolen Education" film screening and Discussion Wednesday, November 8, 2017, 4 – 6:30pm
"Stolen Education" film screening and Discussion
Campus Location:King Hall
Room:Kalmanovitz Appellate Courtroom, room 1001, King Hall
Location of Event:UC Davis Campus
Cost:Free
Contact Email:kweiss@ucdavis.edu
Contact Phone #:530-754-7173
Event Type:Free Events, Lectures and Seminars
Presented by:UC Davis School of Law and School of Education
Sponsored by:UC Davis School of Law and School of Education

4:00 - 5:30 p.m. Introductions & Screening
5:30 - 6:30 p.m. Discussion

Presented by Executive Producer and Co-Writer Dr. Enrique Alemán, Jr.
With Expert Commentary by: Marcela Cuellar, Assistant Professor of Education Raquel Aldana, Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Diversity and Professor of Law

Dr. Enrique Alemán, Jr., The University of Texas at San Antonio
Enrique Alemán, Jr., Ph.D., is the Executive Producer and Co-Writer of Stolen Education, a documentary about the forgotten history of a little-known court case from the 1950s, Hernandez et al. v. Driscoll Consolidated School District. In 1956 eight elementary students testified in a federal desegregation court case. As Mexican Americans, they were placed in three years of first grade as a way to discriminate against them by the all White school board, administration and faculty. Stolen Education documents the journey to recapture the remarkable story of the schoolchildren who changed educational history in Texas and confronts the continued inequity in public schools today.

View CalendarView CalendarPrintPrintQR Code