Joto Caucus

Joto Caucus
Lesbian, Bi Mujeres, Transgender Caucus

Presents the

3rd Annual
NACCS Joteria Conference

Un Reencuentro con mi otr@ yo:
Legacies of Survival, Healing, Learning and Resistance

October 15-16, 2010
University of Oregon

Call for Papers

Submission Deadline EXTENDED to Sept. 20th

click here for submission details

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2nd Annual Joto Caucus Conference
October 9-11, 2008

Co-sponsored by: CalStateLA’s Center for the Study of Genders and Sexualities, Chicano Studies Department, Communications Department, and Cross Cultural Center

Supported by: NACCS Southern California Foco

Registration: $15 (students/members of the community); $30 (faculty/admin). Onsite Registration available.

Fees include lunch meals on Friday and Saturday of the conference. Vegetarian option available.

Location:
California State University Los Angeles

5151 University Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90032

Preliminary Program Now Available 

Confirmed Guests/Presenters

  • Cherríe Moraga, Playwright/Essayist
  • Adelina Anthony, Multi-disciplinary Artist
  • Michael Hames-García, University of
  • Dan Guerrero, performing Gaytino!
  • Yosimar Reyes, Spoken Word Artist, San José, CA
  • Dino Foxx, Austin, TX
  • In Lak Ech
  • Butchlalis de Panochtitlan
  • Carlos Manuel, Kentucky
  • Hector Silva, Artist, www.artbyhector.com
  • Jaime Cortez, Artist/Cultural Worker, San Francisco Bay Area
  • Tania Unzueta, Radio Arte/Homofrecuencia, Chicago, Illinois
  • Cristina Serna, Tongues, Los Angeles, CA
  • Bamby Salcedo, Children’s Hospital, Los Angeles, CA
  • Mpowerment, AIDS Project Los Angeles
  • Bienestar Human Services 

Hotels nearby the CalStateLA campus  


Please make your reservations directly with them:

 

Ambassador Inn

2720 W Valley Blvd..

Alhambra, CA

626-308-1638


Comfort Inn

588 S Atlantic Blvd.

Monterrey Park, CA

626-282-0004

www.comfortinn.com


Super 8

5350 Huntington Dr S

Los Angeles, CA

323-225-2310

www.super8.com  


Hilton Garden Inn  

801 Via San Clemente

Montebello, CA

323-724-5900

www.tripadvisor.com

http://hiltongardeninn.hilton.com/
www.expedia.com


Contact:   www.myspace.com/naccsjotos or
Email: NACCS-Joto@naccs.org




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Joto Caucus,  Women’s Studies - UNLV, and MEChA de UNLV presents...

“Towards a Queer Homeland:
Bridging Communities and Resisting Hate”

Friday and Saturday, November 9-10, 2007
University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV)

In an era where factors such as globalization, anti-immigrant sentiments, war, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, and other forms of hate based on gender and sexuality resonate in queer peoples’ lives, this conference hopes to generate community by fostering dialogue between students, scholars, activists, and professionals.   Whether through academic scholarship, activism, artistic expressions, or community organizing and outreach, we dream of a queer homeland where human, women’s, trans, and queer rights have no impediments.

Preliminary Program now available click here

Check out this article about our conference! From the Las Vegas Weekly.

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:
Ernesto Martinez, University Oregon
Rita Urquijo-Ruiz, Trinity University
Yvonne Yarbro Bejarano, Stanford University

Other Guests include:

Butchlalis de Panochtitlan
Color Bonita by Christopher Angel Ramirez
Alma Lopez, Visual Artist
Carlos Manuel, Playwright
La Joteria de UCLA
MEChA Calmecac  MEChA de UCLA
Mpowerment, AIDS Project Los Angeles
Students from California State University, Los Angeles 
Students from University of Chicago
Students from UCLA & many more...

PRESENTATIONS BY STUDENTS, EDUCATORS AND COMMUNITY ORGANIZERS

REGISTRATION INFO:
$15 for students and community members; $30 for faculty
(Fee includes lunch for Friday and Saturday, and dinner on Friday - vegetarian option available) 

Register TODAY through:
http://www.myspace.com/naccsjotos

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