Summer Briefings - Shared screen with speaker view
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Wow, where did you two graduate from?
Rick: Happy Canada Day!
@Valerie Fong, wow! Angela Davis!
@fatima: UC Santa Cruz (Oaks College). Angela Davis was an amazing speaker.
@adrienne: proud Oakes alum!
SFSU Class of 2005 graduation. Speaker was Manny Mashouf.
@valerie #Oakes!!! Lol! #Milkblock
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Angela Davis is so so powerful, I took a seminar with her in Switzerland two summers ago. I’ll never forget it.
The show, "And She Could Be Next" was on Monday and Tues. nights on PBS channel 9. It was very inspiring and educational-will be repeated-do watch if you can. (4 hours) outstanding. This is the 2nd half. It is all about women (many types, many ages, many colors) taking leadership and politics seriously as they run in a world that is different than the old boy (White/male) world of the past. The women are all interviewed, tough questions asked. How they do it and what it takes to be successful. I highly recommend it. We see people like Stacey Abrams, a Palestinian woman, a Latina, a college student, and people who are new to the US and people like Kamila Harris, who have lots of experience, all talking about how they got involved, what motivates them today, and we shadow them through good and bad on the campaign trail in some unusual areas.Donna
Yes, we have done it.
Yes, we have tried “social bubble” as well with my parents. It’s been fine so far
Rick: Happy Canada Day!
I’ve started a Social Bubble here in Oakland: 5 folks so far.
CORA Learning and Dr. J. Luke Wood are offering another free, five-part "Black Minds Matter" series, starting July 16. All Foothill faculty, staff, students, and administrators have the chance to participate in a Foothill-specific debrief following each webinar. Faculty will receive attendance certificates for PGA, and part-time faculty will receive a stipend of $312.50 for participating in all five webinars and debriefs. Please visit our Google form for dates, times, and to register.
2-1/2 hour "Introduction to Courageous Conversations About Race" class is being offered on numerous days and times in July. This will introduce you (or give you a brush-up) to the CCAR protocol to foster effective discussions around race. The Office of Equity and PD will reimburse you for your $50 registration fee!Visit the Courageous Conversations Academy web site, scroll to the first session description, andselect the pull-down menu to choose from the 12 upcoming sessions in July.
COOL has teamed up with Foothill Online Learning to offer a Foothill Virtual Teaching Extravaganza! Please have a look at the attached flyer, and visit our online registration form to sign up for a workshop or even a track. Note that part-time faculty who complete the program will receive a $700 stipend!
Black Minds Matter sign up