We’re all in this together – CCA members provide for their students during COVID-19 pandemic

When Southwestern College Restorative Justice Program Director and CCA member Patrice Milkovich popped the trunk of her Subaru in the parking lot of the Pilot Truck Stop near the Mexican border, the cargo inside was more precious than any illicit cargo that passes through. Milkovich was there to hand over 414 individual student packets of

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Chancellor’s Executive Order allows community college students to withdraw, waives fees, assists with online learning

Actions to help ensure that teaching and learning continues at all 115 community colleges and that students are not penalized academically or financially due to the COVID-19 crisis has been announced by California Community Colleges Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley. For the entire story please visit the California Educator Blog 

The Importance of Black History, what the textbooks don’t tell you in grade school…

Have you heard of the Igbo Landing before? This is part of Black History in America. “The water brought us here and the water will take us home” Igbo Landing (alternatively written as Ibo Landing, Ebo Landing) is a historic site at Dunbar Creek on St. Simons Island, Glynn County, Georgia. It was the setting

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Pluralism, Inclusion, and Equity (P.I.E.) Series showcased at NOCCCD

Come join your colleagues in the study of Pluralism, Inclusion, and Equity in a new Series taking place at NOCCCD.  This series of workshops and trainings is designed to increase our intercultural competancy and proficiency, so that we may provide effective teaching and support services to our diverse student body.  Come join us!!! P.I.E. Series

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Meet Joe Boyd, CTA’s New Executive Director

A sign that says “Work hard and be kind” is displayed prominently in Joe Boyd’s office. The maxim ties into advice he received as a labor organizer that still guides his approach today: Don’t take yourself too seriously, take the people around you very seriously, but remember that everyone’s got their own issues.  Click HERE

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CCA Local Chapters apply, receive Membership Development Grants

Each year CCA dedicates monies in order to fund Membership Development Grants for local chapters.  Up to $2000.00 is available per event.  The Membership Development Committee meets four or five times each year to discuss membership recruitment, development, and retention; to solicit, fund, and review Membership Development grant applications; and to advise CCA on all

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Social Justice Radio Hour promotes courageous conversations

The “social justice and equity guys” at San Joaquin Delta College in Stockton take to the airways every week to discuss social justice issues and political topics. InLakesh, Radio Cosmico, a Discussion on Social Justice is recorded monthly and the pre-recorded episodes are broadcast every Tuesday from 3pm to 4pm on 93.5 KWDC and RadioFX. Topics include

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