(Photo courtesy of Chad Lutz) María De Los Ángeles Dominguez, an ethnic studies alumna and incoming co-chair of the Alumni of Color Committee, testifies against the proposed layoffs of faculty members before the Board of Trustees at Mills College on June 22, 2017.

Testimony to Mills College Board of Trustees: Alumni of Color Committee Co-Chair María De Los Ángeles Domínguez

My name is María De Los Ángeles Domínguez, Ethnic Studies alumna, born and raised in East Oakland less than a half mile from here, along with my sister, Ana Dominguez, who is a current ethnic studies student. My history goes back to Mills in 1998 when I was part of Mills Upward Bound program. I […]

Open letter: Reconsider FSP proposal and preserve Dr. Vivian Chin’s ethnic studies faculty position

Dear Mills College Board of Trustees, President Hillman, and Provost Oparah, We are writing on behalf of the Mills College Ethnic Studies alumnae/i/s and members of the Alumnae Association of Mills College (AAMC), Alumnae of Color Committee (AoCC). It has come to our attention that under the proposed Mills Financial Stabilization Plan, the position of […]

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