Be a Voice for Progress
Dr. Dianne Van Hook
As a community college, we have a unique role to be a voice for progress. Right now, our faculty, staff, administration, and student leaders at College of the Canyons have an opportunity and a moral responsibility to create, review, design, and enact change for our community and the students within our college. College of the Canyons is committed to the long-term, permanent review and assessment of all its practices to ensure, as an entity of academic integrity and learning, it is doing everything it can to ensure all barriers, by intent or neglect, are removed.
– Excerpt from "Our College's Call to Action"
Understanding Anti-Black Racism Forum, recorded July 30, 2020
Resolution 2020/21-04 in Support of College of the Canyons' Call to Action to Enhance Equity and Pursue Anti-Racism, adopted and signed by the Board of Trustees on July 29, 2020.
Equity Minded Practitioners works in partnership with the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, Zero Textbook Cost/OER program, Dreamers Task Force, and Cultural Diversity and Advancement Committee to strategize efforts to address disproportionate impact and review institution-wide policies and practices to reduce equity gaps.
Institutional Effectiveness & Inclusive Excellence is a sub-committee of the College Planning Team that works in partnership across constituencies to ensure commitment to its mission, vision, theoretical framework, and goals.
Books, articles, films, videos and other resources that focus on systemic, historical
and institutional racism.
Updated Dec. 18, 2020