A Jeanne Site
On the Death of Jacob Lawrence
Fall 2000 Class Schedule
Pass? or Prepared?
California State University, Dominguez Hills
University of Wisconsin, Parkside
Latest update: July 14, 2000
Faculty on the Site.
Tales from Our Field Trips
Upcoming Field Trips
Breaking News on Racism in U.S
and Accidental Radiation Release in Seattle
The traditional media.
Los Angeles Independent Media Center
The independent media.
- Pass? or Prepared?s by Topic
Material for Fall 2000.
- Theory Resource Page
- Gordon Fellman's Rambo and the Dalai Lama
Text for Distributive Justice and for Love and Peace and for Theory.
- Ownership Patterns -- Steps Toward a Conscious Capitalism by Jeff Gates
- How Race Is Lived in America
You need to register, but it's free. Pass? or Prepared? up soon. jeanne, July 13, 2000.
- New Book on Community Violence in Medieval Times
- New Articles on Higher Education and Critical Thinking
- Teaching Non-Western Aesthetics, Teaching Popular Art
- Social Construction Resources Page
- Alphabetical List by Topics of Resource Pages
- Lilith and Criminal Justice
- Steve Schalchlin, who wrote and performed The Last Session, will be blaying at the Blue Sphere Alliance in Hollywood, on July 23, and on August 27. Tickets $12. If you'd like to join us, e-mail in for a field trip!
- Field Trip to an Exhibit of Childhood Revealed Art: Expressing Pain, Discovery, and Home
An art exhibit by children undergoing difficulties.
7525 Beverly Blvd., through July 30 (323) 932-6070
Susan Young sent in the information. If some of us would like to go, we'll need to plan.
- Field Trip to the Gene Autry Museum
On Gold Mountain, "The Story of Chinese Americans in the West,"
opens at the Autry on July 23. Time to start planning our Field Trip.
What day would be best?
Link to the Museum, then to What's Going On?, then scroll down to July 23 where you can link onto On Gold Mountain.
- And another play: "The Last Outpost,"
On race relations from the perspective of the 1992 rebellion. The play is set in a bar in central Los Angeles, and will be given at
Los Angeles Theater Center (LATC)The cost is $12.00 regular price and $10.00 for students and seniors.
in the Bradley Auditorium
514 S. Spring Street
(Between 5th & 6th) in downtown L.A.
Performances are on Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m.
and a Sunday matinee at 3:00
and it features the Watts Theater group. Again, time to make plans.
Plays through July 30, 2000.
Not finished means there are some materials, questions, and answers up, but I don't have all the formatting done. But you can use them to work ahead for Fall. I'm trying, honest. jeanne
- On Taskbar Basics
- On Lilith the "Bad" Girl
- On Victory without Violence
- On Basquiat's Arroz con Pollo
- On Keith Haring's Love
- On Asking to Reconsider
Soc. 395-03: 42856 - Love and Peace
Soc.395-04: 42857 - Distributive Justice (undergraduate)