In the Media

May, 2019. How to maximize the usage of culturally responsive pedagogy. Leading Equity Podcast.

December, 2018. An interview with Dr. Christine Sleeter. The Teacher Educator.

September 26, 2018. Fixing systemic racism in colleges takes an ‘ongoing commitment,’ visiting professor says. Missourian.

September 25, 2018. Scholar of multicultural education to speak Wednesday at MU. Missourian.

April 26, 2018. Novel inspires author to look at her past, repay Utes for something taken long ago. Steamboat Pilot & Today.

April, 2018. Coauthor of Research Brief on Ethnic Studies and Critical Multicultural Education in California Schools. CARE-ED.

February, 2018. Georgia College Connections. Georgia College, Milledgeville, GA.

2017. Distinguished Scholars on the Qualitative Thought Lab. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Sept. 29, 2017. The Rocky Mountain Collegian. Christine Sleeter addresses problems in ethnic studies curriculum.

Sept. 26, 2017. Colorado Post. Retired professor gives land sale inheritance to Utah tribe.

Sept. 27, 2017. Native News Online. Professor “returns what was stolen” to the Ute Indian tribe with $250,000 bank transfer.

Sept. 25, 2017. Salt Lake City Tribune. Professor gives $250K to Ute Indian Tribe to compensate for great-grandparents profiting off tribal land sales.

August 13, 2017. Ethnic Studies: A Movement Born of a Ban. NPR.

May 5, 2017. International Multicultural Network interview series (Azerbaijan), Interview with Christine Sleeter.

March 16, 2017. Pacific Standard, Ellen Lee. Why are Asian Americans Missing from our Textbooks?

March 5, 2017, Choices in Education Act is a bad choice. Monterey County Herald.

July 15, 2016, Political & Historical Context for Ethnic Studies: Voices from the Field. UCLA XChange.

May 17, 2016, Visions of Education Podcast interview, Ethnic Studies.

January 6, 2016, Mother Jones. Kristina Rizga, “The Chilling Rise of Islamophobia in our Schools.”

October 6, 2015, Sacramento Bee. “Our Schools Fall Short on Ethnic Studies.”

September 26, 2015, San Diego Union-Tribute. Thandeka K. Chapman and Tricia M. Gallagher-Geurtsen. “Ethnic studies courses benefit all students

July 10, 2015, LA Progressive. Jose Lara, “Latinos are the new majority in California — but not in our textbooks

March 24, 2015, “Social Fictions series adds new novel written by Dr. Christine Sleeter.”

September 29, 2014, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso. “Experta norteamericana en educación realiza un taller a profesores de la Escuela Básica Cirujano Videla.”

September 14, 2014, Ethnic Studies Now! “Dr. Sleeter’s letter of support.”

April 29, 2014, Policy Analysis for California Education. “Ethnic studies in high schools.”

March 13, 2014, Høgskolen I Olso og Akershus, “First PhD Courses in Scandinavia.

March 6, 2014, Monterey County Weekly. “Alejo Bill Could be First Step in Requiring Ethnic Studies in High Schools.”

February 21, 2014, Monterey County Herald. “Alejo introduces legislation to back ethnic studies.”

September, 2013, Canal UNED. “Diversidad cultural e interculturalidad.”

August 26, 2013, Universidad Católica de Temuco. “Decanos de las facultades de educación del CRUCH se reunieron para conversar sobre la formación inicial docente.”

July 8, 2013, Intersections Radio. “Guest interview with Christine Sleeter.”

February 3, 2013, International Journal of Multicultural Education. “Interviews from the Field: Dr. Christine Sleeter with Dr. Karen Dade.

June 18, 2012, NIU Today. “NAME summer institute to debut at NIU.”

May 17, 2012, Pop Matters. “‘Precious Knowledge’ argues against Arizona’s HB2281.”

April 11, 2012, Common Dreams. “Despite protest, Tucson school board fires ethnic studies director.”

March 9, 2012, Culture Strike. “Acuña: Dispatch from Tucson.”

February 15, 2012, Education Week. “Ethnic studies and the struggle in Tucson.”

February 9, 2012, Arizona Ethnic Studies Network. “Myths and facts about ethnic studies.”

February 5, 2012, Education Radio. “Audit culture: Snuffing the life out of teacher education.”

October, 2011, Equity Alliance Blog. “Challenging an overpowering ‘divide and conquer’ logic.”