Laminated Notions of Equity and Diversity ft. Dr. Ann Lopez
In Conversation with Stephen Hurley
Dr. Ann Lopez is a professor in the Department of Leadership, Higher and Adult Education at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto (OISE/UT). She also holds the position of Director for the Centre for Leadership and Diversity. In this conversation, we explore Ann's early life and the influences that had an impact on her work as a young student, an educator, administrator and, now, a scholar in the area of equity, decolonization, and antiracist education.Follow Dr. Ann Lopez on Twitter: @DrAnnLopezFind out more about Dr. Lopez' academic work: https://www.oise.utoronto.ca/lhae/Faculty/17641/Ann_Lopez.html
Jessica Scott Santo & Sydney Ann Lopez.. One Stop Education
Your Day Off @Hairdustry; A Podcast about the Hair Industry!
@schedulicity and @hairdustry presents Your Day Off podcast-Sydney @sydneyannlopez and Jessica @jessicascotthair have collaborated to start a IG education hub @elitestylistedu Are you ready for an inexpensive education alternative?@elitestylistedu covers every thing from Jessica brilliant Blonding to Sydneys incredible fun vivid color. You will also learn their social media tips and tricks of how to gain a following and pack your chair.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hairdustry/support
Founder of Black Girl Gamers, Jay-Ann Lopez has become a highly acclaimed activist in the gaming world and she joins Adam on the show to share her personal history with video games and how they’ve influenced her role as an ambassador for women of colour in the industry. Tackling prejudice head on whilst playing video games online, Black Girl Gamers aims to create a safe space within gaming for all quashing stereotypes and championing true cultural representation - Jay-Ann shares her story, how she built her community and why gaming is the perfect form of escapism.Explore my Savage Superstars picks and find out how you can win £50 Nintendo Official UK Store credit each week HERE! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Dr. Ann Lopez is the founder and Executive Director of the Center for Farmworker Families in Watsonville, CA and an emerita professor of San Jose City College where she taught courses in Biology, Environmental Science, Ecology and Botany in the Biology department. She talked about the work of the Center for Farmworker Families, the health challenges facing farmworkers as a result of pesticides used in our county, and how to provide stability for these families who make an important contribution to our local community.
Women Rising 27: Ann Lopez on the reality of farm workers in the US and Mexico
We follow Dr. Ann Aurelia Lopez as she shows us the reality of farm workers' lives in the United States and Mexico. Dr. Lopez founded the Center for Farmworker Families in Watsonville, California. Featuring: Dr. Ann Aurelia Lopez, founder and director of the Center for Farmworker Families Women farmworkers