Please join us for our upcoming Racial Literacy Roundtables: Youth and Well-Being Series. We will be exploring the intersections and experience of masculinity and race. The conversation will be led by Jeffrey Garrett, the Director of Leadership Development Partnership for Los Angeles Schools, and Catherine DeLazzero, a Doctoral Candidate and Instructor in the English Education … More Racial Literacy Rountables Youth and Well-Being Series: Masculinity and Race
The Civic Participation Project at Teachers College Columbia University invites you to participate in an Unstructured Cafe this Thursday October 22nd from 12:00-1:30PM in room 103 Russell Hall. This is a space provided for the TC Community to talk about what YOU want to talk about. We look forward to seeing you there. Coffee and … More Let’s Talk About What YOU Want To Talk About: Unstructured Cafe This Thursday
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]
Greetings Racial Literacy Participants! We look forward to seeing you at the first Racial Literacy Roundtable of the 2015-2016 academic year: “Masculinities and Race: Exploring Intersections and Experience“ on Wednesday, October 28, 2015 at Teachers College, Columbia University in Horace Mann 150 from 6:00 – 8:00. Pizza and refreshments start at 5:30 p.m. Flyer is attached. Youth and Well-Being Series: For the third year in a … More You are invited to the first Racial Literacy Roundtable of the 2015-2016 academic year!
Join us this week for our inaugural salon with Cameron McCarthy, Professor of Global Studies at the University of Illinois. (see bio below) Date: Thursday, September 24, 2015 Time: 5:30 – 7:00 (reception to follow) Location: 104B Russell, Teachers College CPP Salons are opportunities for us to invite interesting speakers to share their thoughts and … More CPP Salon with Cameron McCarthy
Luis Being part of the of civic participation project’s making series was such an amazing experience. As someone who was trained in performing arts, it was such a pleasure to be able to jump into this kind of exploratory work in such a rich academic setting like Teachers College, Columbia. As a performing artist, there … More Reflections from Luis and Mikel (Making Series #1: Embodied conversation exploring and interpreting social justice through the performance of dramatic arts)
As an art teacher my pedagogical philosophy reflects a goal of cultural competency to negotiate and understand the complexities of social and individual identities that may relate to my students. Therefore, when I was invited to lead a session with the Civic Participation Project I was excited about the opportunity to work through issues related … More Collaborative Expressions of Identity through Collage