We are so grateful to be able to bring you this powerful plenary session: Join us and learn from these leaders who are part of the C.A.R.E (Coalition on Anti Racism Education): A Collaboration for Antiracist Community Development. This team will give us insight and valuable resources, and action steps on this critical topic.
Adriene "Alex" Davis, Ed.D.
Assistant Vice Chancellor of EWD/
Executive Director of LA/OC Regional Consortium
of 28 Community Colleges
Lisa Wilson M.Ed.
Activist and Founder of C.A.R.E. Coalition on Anti Racism Education | Educator
| Keynote Speaker | Grant Writer | Prison Reform | Curriculum Writer | Professor
Narges Rabii-Rakin, Ed.D.
Chief Advisor on Academic and Diversity Programs at
Rancho Santiago Community College District
Siri Brown, Ph.D.
Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs at
Peralta Community College District
Scheduled for Tuesday, October 13, at 10 AM, this session provides insight into how collaborative partners throughout the Greater Los Angeles and Orange County areas have created platforms in response to the structural racism dialog and Chancellor's Office "call-to-action" initiative through a lens of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in an environment where social justice and human rights are hanging in the balance.
Leaders from the Coalition on Anti Racism Education (C.A.R.E.) and Rancho Santiago Community College District's Academic and Diversity Programs will provide details on available resources that give participants access to:
1. Equity checklist for environment and curriculum.
2. DEI integration resources and techniques to integrate into teaching practices.
3. Q & A session for participants about specific areas of interest to provide equity for all students.
4. The session will also provide digital resources for community partners that help to close the equity gap for students; devices, food, funding for college, career explorations, etc.
5. DEI practices for on-boarding new hires.
6. Practices and coach tips on engaging individuals in, what might be considered, challenging DEI and antiracism conversations.