CPP Cafe: Race dialogue on American campuses (and elsewhere)

Join us Monday, November 16, 2015 for an open conversation in response to the debates and dialogues going on across the nation’s college campuses about race, diversity, belonging, justice, and more. Come prepared to share, to listen, to discuss, and to explore ways for us to move together as a campus community in meaningful and generative … More CPP Cafe: Race dialogue on American campuses (and elsewhere)

New report on the overreach of policing and disciplinary practices: “Black Girls Matter”

In a new report titled, Black Girls Matter: Pushed Out, Overpoliced And Underprotected, Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw and her co-authors Priscilla Ocen and Jyoti Nanda bring forth the experiences of young African American women facing increased surveillance and overreaching forms of policing and discipline in their daily lives — at school, in their communities, and across the institutions to … More New report on the overreach of policing and disciplinary practices: “Black Girls Matter”

CPP Salon with Prof. Cameron McCarthy [video]

CPP Salons are envisioned as venues in which to discuss a wide range of issues in a relaxed atmosphere. We will be inviting scholars from a variety of disciplinary and experiential backgrounds to share ideas, texts, and artifacts with us in service of sparking generative dialogue and debate. We were thrilled to have Prof. Cameron … More CPP Salon with Prof. Cameron McCarthy [video]

Scenes from our second #Making workshop: Collaging Identity/ies

Aaron shares work inspired by Romare Bearden to initiate a collaborative collage around identity, justice & inclusion pic.twitter.com/WVjPWqVw1C — Civic Participation (@CPPatTC) April 6, 2015 Group collaging begins. Where would this lead us? #making pic.twitter.com/wkm23jJbgP — Civic Participation (@CPPatTC) April 6, 2015 The bits & pieces from the collaborative collage #making pic.twitter.com/8IIE8o9HPK — Civic Participation … More Scenes from our second #Making workshop: Collaging Identity/ies

Continuing the conversation: #WhatComesNextTC

In case you missed last month’s community dialogue, we have archived the panelists’ remarks as individual videos and as a video of the full panel from The Eric Garner Verdict: Analysis, Implications, and What Comes Next. (see links and clips below) We are also continuing the conversation in a variety of ways, starting with occasional CPP Cafes. Our first … More Continuing the conversation: #WhatComesNextTC

Reflections from #WhatComesNextTC

What follows is a brief overview of the events of this week’s community dialogue titled, The Eric Garner Verdict: Analysis, Implications, and What Comes Next. First, we want to offer our thanks to the Teachers College Office of the Vice President of Diversity and Community Affairs, the Office of the Provost and Dean, Office of Facilities Management, and the Media and … More Reflections from #WhatComesNextTC