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CETL Pedagogy Seminar Series: Frances Lucerna

Friday, March 16, 2007
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Urban Culture, Underserved Populations, and Community College Pedagogy in the 21st Century
Frances Lucerna, is a Co-Founder and Executive Director for Programs at El Puente, a Brooklyn based community/youth development organization that nurtures holistic leadership for peace and social justice. In 1993 she became the founding Principal of America's first public high school for human rights, the celebrated El Puente Academy for Peach & Justice, a New Visions/New York City Broard of Education High School, bringing El Puente to the forefront of the national school reform movement. Her many awards include "Celebrating Success" from the Children's Defense Fund, the Brooklyn Council on the Arts' Arts Advocate Award and the 1998 Heniz Award for the Human Condition.

Website: http://www.qcc.cuny.edu/cetl/seminar_series.asp
Presenter: Frances Lucerna