Racial Literacy Lecture Series: Rahmell’s INFERNO

Please save the date for the “Racial Literacy Lecture Series: Rahmell’s INFERNO”.  Rahmell’s INFERNO is an autobiographical play written and performed by Rahmell Peebles. The play looks at themes such as educational suppression, systemic oppression, and teenage guilt, fear and anger. This event is co-sponsored by Teachers College Office of the Provost, and the Civic Participation Project … More Racial Literacy Lecture Series: Rahmell’s INFERNO

Film Screening and Discussion: “I’m not Your Negro” (11/8)

Please save the date for the film screening of “I’m not your Negro”. A discussion will follow the screening with special guest Trevor Baldwin and Associate Professor Cally L. Waite, History and Education, Teachers College. This event is sponsored by the Center on History and Education, the Racial Literacy Project, and the Department of Arts … More Film Screening and Discussion: “I’m not Your Negro” (11/8)

Why racial equity in workforce development matters for formerly incarcerated

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