On March 24, religious studies professor Francesco Bellini hosted a Zoom meeting titled “Just Like Me: The Practice of Healing.”
DCCC held a virtual workshop on Zoom titled “Difficult Communication – Practical Guidance in an Impractical World” March 3, as part of the Navigating Leadership Workshop series.
DCCC held a virtual seminar titled “A History of LGBTQ + Visibility in Pop Culture” Feb. 25 as part of its Safe Space / Ally Training series. Presented by DCCC communications professor Maria Boyd, the seminar explained the history of the LGBTQ+ presence in mass produced media.
DCCC hosted a zoom event titled “Food for a Better Mood,” which was attended by 20 people and hosted by DCCC staff Sara Steinman and Jenna Wood.
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.