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Living in Global California: Equity, Inclusion, & Justice
California Global Education Project at CSU Long Beach is proud to work with the United Nations Association Chapter of Whittier in bringing to educators this three part series that will focus on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals around three topics: Sustainable Communities, Gender Equity, Immigration and Refugees. Teacher participants will receive free materials on each topic that are aligned to the state frameworks in history/social studies, English Language Arts, Science, and Health. Opportunities to connect with stakeholders in the community that are doing the local work on these global issues will be made available as well as models and structures for incorporating an inquiry lens that will facilitate the development of student action projects in the community.

A $35 RSVP deposit is required to save your spot. This will NOT be cashed and returned to you at the workshop upon arrival. Should you be unable to attend, please contact CGEP ( 48 hours before the event or your check will be cashed. Information regarding where to send the deposit is indicated below.

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To hold your spot for the December 1st workshop on Sustainable Communities, we will need a check of $35. When it has been confirmed that you have attended the workshop, the check will be returned to you. If you do not attend the workshop the check will be cashed.

⚠️Please write out the checks to: "CSULB Foundation". Please date the check the date of the event you wish to attend (ex: If attending the March 30th event, mark that date on your check). In the memo section of the check, please write in this code: 580005 . Mail checks to: Barbara Doten, CSULB, F-02, Rm 219, 1250 Bellflower Blvd., Long Beach, CA 90840.

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