March - April 2022
Building Your Racial Literacy Series
During the months of March and April, the series introduces content and strategies that offer participants multiple and varied opportunities to learn and practice building racial literacy knowledge and skills.
November 9, 2021
Future of Work: Advancing Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity: Beyond the Benchmark
An annual event hosted by PCC that includes innovative state and regional industry, government and academic leaders coming together to join in a shared look forward at key industry trends, workforce needs and upskilling.
October - November 2021
Three sessions led by Dr. John Pascarella III - Professor of Clinical Education and Chief Academic Officer, USC Race and Equity Center.
- Framing the Context for Race-Conscious Abolitionist Allyship
- Learning and Engaging in productive allyship practices that disrupt racism
- Advancing Racial Justice in Solidarity
The Abolitionist Allyship Learning Series
Led by Dr. John Pascarella III - Professor of Clinical Education and Chief Academic Officer, USC Race and Equity Center.
Session 1 - October 15, 2021: Framing the Context for Race-Conscious Abolitionist AllyshipSession 2 - October 29, 2021: Learning and Engaging in productive allyship practices that disrupt racism
Advancing Racial Justice in Solidarity
October 19, 2021
Led by Dr. Brenda Ingram, this workshop will introduce the concept of building a trauma-informed campus. Participants in this workshop will learn about adverse childhood experiences (childhood trauma) and their developmental impacts throughout the lifecycle, especially the impacts on college life along with strategies to support success in higher education.