Writer and scholar Dr. DaMaris B. Hill joined DCCC’s Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer Simuelle Myers and an audience of students and faculty via Zoom on Feb. 18 for a conversation about the disproportionate effects of mass incarceration on the black community in America.
Four DCCC students at Delaware County Community College tested their knowledge of Black History Month by participating in the Quizzo trivia game
Now more than ever before, we are seeing how one story has the power to connect the world. First Person Arts, in collaboration with Delaware County Community College, will produce a multidisciplinary digital storytelling event this fall.
Delaware County Community College President Dr. L. Joy Gates Black Receives International
ATHENA Leadership Award® from Delaware County Chamber of Commerce
This single mother of two, despite past goal redirection and the current pandemic, refuses to give in.
College-wide Reading’s year focused on About Us: Essays from the Disability Series of the New York Times (edited by Peter Catapano and Rosemarie Garland-Thomson) and our theme of Disability/Ableism is already off to a great start.