Global Week


Each January, Castilleja School hosts Global Week to provide students with a unique opportunity to examine a globally relevant topic through workshops, projects, and in-depth engagement with speakers.

As antiracist learners and practitioners in an increasingly polarized world, we must seek diverse perspectives and multiple narratives in the information we consume. Moreover, we must prioritize historically marginalized voices in our collective discourse in order to understand the complexity of an issue and work towards an equitable society. Inclusive Journalism explores stories and viewpoints that remain untold or underrepresented in mainstream media and reinforces our commitment to equity, inclusion, and justice. 

  • Whose stories are often overlooked by mainstream media, and why?

  • How do we engage voices from underrepresented communities in the news and other media?

  • Why do today’s societies need inclusive journalism more than ever before?

Global Week 2023 will be a 4-day experience from Tuesday, January 3 to Friday, January 6, 2023.

GLOBAL WEEK 2023 SCHEDULE

TUES, JAN 3 WEDS, JAN 4 THU, JAN 5 FRI, JAN 6

9:15AM PST — 
Casti Alumnae Panel
Tracy Jan '94, Deputy Health and Science Editor at The Washington Post

Kate Eby '02, 6:00PM Producer at KGO-TV, San Francisco

9:15AM PST — 
The Power of Empathetic Journalism
Jessica Goudeau,
Author of After the Last Border: Two Families and the Story of Refuge in America

9:15AM PST — 
George Floyd's America, Our America
Robert Samuels, Washington Post reporter and author of His Name is George Floyd: One Man's Life and the Struggle for Racial Justice

9:15AM PST — 
Panel Discussion with Pulitzer Center Journalists
Muriel Alarcon, Freelance Reporter and Photographer

Corinne Chin, Senior Video Journalist at The Seattle Times and the founder and leader of the newsroom’s Diversity & Inclusion Task Force

Daniella Zalcman, Documentary Photographer and Founder of Women Photograph, a Nonprofit Working to Elevate the Voices of Women and Nonbinary Visual Journalists

2:10PM PST — 
Trans-Continental Migration: The Longest Journey to America
Nadja Drost, Pulitzer Prize and Emmy Award-Winning Journalist and Documentary Filmmaker

7:00PM PST — 
Virtual Community Event with Robert Samuels,
Washington Post reporter and author of His Name is George Floyd: One Man's Life and the Struggle for Racial Justice

(Traducción al español disponible para este evento / Spanish Translation 
offered for this event)

2:10PM PST — 

Empowered Household Workers in Argentina
Anita Pouchard Serra, Photojournalist and visual storyteller 

 

Past Global Weeks

Meet the Team

Hannah Nguyen

Titles: Director of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice

Becca Winslow

Titles: Director of Leadership and Community Partnerships

Jessica Yonzon

Titles: Director of ACE Center and Global Engagement