Discussions for Change: Moving Forward in Fighting Injustice

by Dr. Donald Guy Generals – Community College of Philadelphia – Philadelphia, PA
Actively engaging in conversations around social justice, diversity and inclusion happens regularly at Community College of Philadelphia; creating spaces to educate one another and share experiences have provided an important outlet for engagement and critical thinking.

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DEI Is Good For NCMPR

by Debra McGaughey – Houston Community College – Houston, TX
NCMPR’s new DEI committee was born out of the nation’s fervent call for social justice in 2020. What is especially good about NCMPR’s DEI committee is its own diversity and intensive focus on the matter at hand. This committee has members from all over the nation. And it seems these members want to enact change not just because it’s good for their colleges, but because it’s the right thing to do for humanity.

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Distance Learning: Sharing How It Works and What It Looks Like With Campus and Community

by David Murray – Grand Rapids Community College – Grand Rapids, MI
Colleges across the nation transitioned to online learning when the pandemic struck last spring, and many continued offering all or many classes remotely in the fall. But what does that look like, and how does it work?

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Take Care of Each Other and NCMPR

by Debra Halsey – NCMPR – Albuquerque, NM
I’m not good at saying goodbye. In fact, I’m downright terrible at it. When I announced my plans to retire, I knew it would be difficult to leave NCMPR.

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