“We don’t get active about racial issues or gender inequalities out of hatred, anger, or rage at oppression. We do it out of love for the community,” said rapper Jason Chu in a recent Zoom conversation with DCCC participants. “We do it because there are things to learn and ways to help out and, in the end, there is a better society to be envisioned. That’s where the music comes in.”
Professor Bonnie McMeans will retire this May after teaching English and journalism courses for more than 30 years at Delaware County Community College.
On April 13, Zeke Thomas was a guest speaker for a virtual DCCC event to share his own personal story about being a sexual assault survivor and to bring more awareness to sexual violence. More than 30 people attended the event.
Join us this Saturday, April 17 for the spring collaborative storytelling project with First Person Arts.
For DCCC licensed professional counselor Laurie Griffith, the past 12 months have been difficult.
Seven DCCC faculty, administrative staff, and counselors met on March 25 for an LGBTQ+ seminar titled “Straight, but not Narrow: What Makes a Good LGBTQ+ Ally?”
In the middle of the DCCC Campus Life event, “Paint Night Live,” hosted by Evan Struck, a young artist from Michigan on March 24, I suddenly noticed a strong paint smell.