Workforce development – a relatively wide range of activities, policies, and programs to prepare clients for the workforce like youth vocational training, adult training and retraining, and other related employment and apprenticeship initiatives. Racial equity – the systematic fair treatment of people of all races that results in equitable opportunities and outcomes for everyone. … More Why racial equity in workforce development matters for formerly incarcerated
Please save the date for our next CPP Cafe (Thursday, 3/9, 3-4:30 pm). Our theme will focus on The Politics of Participation-Part 2.
This Wednesday, February 1, from 5:30-8:30 pm (Everett Lounge, Teachers College), there will be an interactive participatory film screening of Newtown followed by discussion with faculty and Mary Ann Jacob, Fellow of the Everytown Survivor Network. The event is co-sponsored by the Teachers College Vice President’s Diversity and Community Initiatives Grant Fund, the Media and Social … More Newtown – Participatory Film Screening (Wed, 2/1, 5:30-8:30, Everett Lounge)
Presented to you by MASCLab, The Racial literacy Roundtable, The Center for Multiple Languages and Literacies and the Civic Participation Project, there will be two events that promote and explore forms of inclusion on Thursday, December 8, 2016. Event #1: A participatory screening of Una Vida dos Países, which tells the stories of transborder youth who have returned to … More An Evening about Inclusion
Please join the Civic Participation Project for the first CPP Cafe of the semester! When? Monday, October 17th 2016 Where? 305 Russell Hall Time? 12:30-2:00PM Topic? The Politics of Participation This is an informal gathering for reflection, connection, and discussion lead by the founders of CPP. Your voice matters, and we want to hear about what is … More CPP Cafe Fall 2016: Monday, 10/17
A nice story about the forum was recently published on the Teachers College website. Click the headline or the link below for the full story. The Crime of Punishment: At a TC forum, reflections on the impact of locking up young people “Today I sentenced five young men, ages 14 to 15, who had committed some serious, … More Press about the Youth & Wellbeing Forum
We are still pondering the questions that were raised during last month’s Forum on Youth and Wellbeing in an Age of Mass Incarceration. If you missed it, you can watch the discussion below and let us know what questions emerge for you, what stands out as calls to actions, what’s missing, and what topics should we … More Continue the conversation: Youth and Wellbeing