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  • Thinking Freely: Will “The Poet” Langford on Public Scholarship

    By PAGE Fellows

    September 30, 2021

    By Will Langford In this video, Langford envisions a liberating future in the field of public scholarship.

  • Hundreds Down In Support

    By PAGE Fellows

    September 30, 2021

    By Stephany Bravo On March of 2013, Cindy Chang published a Los Angeles Times article titled “Hundreds march down in support of immigration reform.” The article partially recounted my family’s attendance in a march led by undocumented peoples…

  • Community Resilience: Cultivating Solutions Together

    By PAGE Fellows

    September 29, 2021

    By Peter Nguyen Water continuously flows, never stopping while taking the shape of where it journeys. In understanding resilience, there is this similar notion of adapting, adjusting, overcoming…

  • Sustaining Engagement and Collaborative Partnerships in Shifting Times

    By PAGE Fellows

    September 29, 2021

    By Marisol Fila I was born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina. When I was in elementary school, our fourth-grade teacher asked us to narrate our family histories…

  • I Am Who I Say I Am: Reclaiming Native American Identity through Visual Sovereignty

    By PAGE Fellows

    September 28, 2021

    By Haley Rains The Maori filmmaker Merata Mita once said, “I’ve always felt strongly that our land gets taken, the fisheries and forests get taken, and in the same category is our stories…

  • Listening for multiple trajectories

    By PAGE Fellows

    September 27, 2021

    By Cathleen Calderón Engaging in public scholarship means being an imaginative teammate and student. The scholar accesses, develops, and shares their knowledge while working with others to offer mutual support, resources, and processes of learning…