Free Film Screening of Stolen Education, hosted by Dr. Enrique Aleman, Jr., The Office of the President, Serna Center, and Doctorate in Educational Leadership at Sacramento State.
In 1956 eight students testified in a federal desegregation court case. As Mexican Americans, they were placed in three years of first grade as a way to discriminate against them by the all White school board, administration and faculty. Stolen Education documents the journey to recapture the remarkable story of the schoolchildren who changed educational history in Texas and to confront the continued inequity in public schools today.
California State University, Sacramento
6000 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95819
Solano Hall, RM 1010
Sacramento State Parking Information:
A Sac State parking permit is required to be displayed while parked on campus. To purchase a $6 daily (or $3 two-hour) parking permit:
- Sign up for a PayByPhone account and download the app. When you arrive on campus, enter location number "5115" into the app to pay your parking fee.
- When you arrive on campus, pay with cash or credit at any permit machine located in all student parking lots/structures; view the campus map for locations.
Your parking permit is valid in student parking spaces. The closest parking to Solano Hall is Student Lot 1 and Parking Structure I. Please view driving to campus and campus map for directions. A printable campus map is also available.
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