ANTI-RACISM: Across Racial Lines, a National Dialogue on the History of Anti-Black
Racism and its Impact on U.S. Society
August 1, 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Please join A2MEND for a nationwide discussion across racial lines to discuss anti-blackness
and its various impacts on U.S. society. New York Times-Best Selling Authors and renowned
scholars Dr. Ibram X. Kendi (How to be an Anti-Racist), Tim Wise (Dear White America) and Dr. Marc Lamont Hill (The Classroom and the Cell) will present on challenges and solutions to equip educators with the knowledge to
ensure that Black lives more than ever matter on our community college campuses.
Sign up with the Equity Office:
Email Erika Owens and cc Carolyn Holcroft
3CSN's Equity 101 Online - Fall 2020
August 17-October 4, 2020
(7-week online course)
Now more than ever in light of COVID-19, educators across campus roles are evaluating
their practices and wondering how to best support students, in person or remotely.
As you plan your professional learning this fall, please consider Equity 101, a 7-week
online course for educators from all areas of campus. Participants will build knowledge
about some of the many teaching and learning perspectives for equity and reflect on
how to advocate for social justice from where we are, as instructors, managers, or
Learn more and sign up
Foothill College Black Minds Matter Cohort
July 16, 23, 30, and August 6 & 13.
11AM to 1:30PM
Interested in joining a group of Foothill colleagues and students to talk about the
Black Minds Matter series this summer?!
Students, administrators, staff, and faculty are all welcome and encouraged to join.
Full-time faculty and classified staff will receive a certificate of attendance to
use for PGA, and part-time faculty will receive a stipend of $312.50 for participating
in five sessions of the series.
SIGN UP FOR THE COHORT