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Do you often see a special presentation announced that you are unable to attend? Regional & Continuing Education (RCE) records campus presentations and student workshops. Anyone can access these on the RCE website – academic presentations are listed by department at and the home page for workshops is Over 400 presentations have been captured and are available online. Each week more presentations are added.


Here is this week’s released presentation:


Honoring Cesar Chavez’s Legacy: Economic & Social Prosperity for Latinos/Latinas in Rural Communities

Chasity Maldonado-Medina, Regional Supervisor, Farmworker Institute of Education & Leadership Development



A blast from the past:


The Writer’s Voice Series

Bicycling Beyond the Divide: Two Journeys into the West

Daryl Farmer, Faculty, Department of English, University of Alaska-Fairbanks

Break Every Chain: Reflections on Liberation from Systems of War and Imprisonment

Dr. Daryl Farmer reads from and discusses “Bicycling Beyond the Divide: Two Journeys into the West.” His book follows him on his 5,000-mile journey through the diverse populations and ever-changing physical and social landscapes that make up America. In 1985, Dr. Farmer traveled by bicycle through 11 Western states and the Canadian province of British Columbia. He wrote his book 20 years later, using the notes from the journal he kept while “on the road.” His story takes place in the context of the world of the mid-1980s and also in the context of his current perspective. He is the recipient of Barnes and Noble’s Discover Great New Writers Award.

Recorded February 25, 2014