CPP’s Making Series for April – Collage Making

As part of the CPP Making Series, Aaron will be leading us through a workshop titled “Collaborative Expressions of Identity through Collage.” In this making sessions, participants will create a collaborative collage in which they use magazine cut-outs, construction paper, tissue paper, and glue that expresses their shared and individual identity. Part of the process … More CPP’s Making Series for April – Collage Making

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

The Eric Garner Verdict: Analysis, Implications, and What Comes Next

The recent verdict in the Eric Garner case spotlights longstanding failures in what Attorney General Eric Holder has called “the sense of trust that must exist between law enforcement and the communities they are charged to serve and protect.” The implications of this verdict invite consideration and action on many levels, including criminal justice policies … More The Eric Garner Verdict: Analysis, Implications, and What Comes Next