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 Panel of returning speakers answer science questions for students and faculty.
Fighting for Climate Change to Protect Indigneous Land
| March 1, 2021

“It is a constant reminder of how much we are losing,” said Chief Shirell Parfait-Dardar during the Critical Collaborations event. 

Kerry Rego talking about family tensions during the virtual Community Conversations on Race event
Navigating the World, to Feel Accepted in Another
| February 26, 2021

“I identify as mixed and Black and it really depends on the context… Even though I know I don’t identify as white, my identity in other forms has shifted a lot over time,” says Courtney Bonoam as she explains how her identity has helped

Opening page of Kiera’s CDP blogging website: Unknown Adventures
My Experience with the Community Diary Project
| February 17, 2021

This last fall semester, I was in Professor Homzie’s communications 200 course when she assigned the Covid Diary Project (CDP) to the class.

Goals for the session
Community Engagement Taxonomy: Mutual Benefit and Reciprocity
| February 15, 2021

I attended a Campus Compact webinar called “Examining Mutual Benefit and Reciprocity as Core Distinctions between Community Engagement and Public Service: Implications for Scholars, Practitioners, and Administrators.” It featured Emily J

Screenshot from CAP Sonoma’s Community Conversations on Race virtual event
Language, Accountability, and Internal Equity
| February 1, 2021

“Words are important, they are powerful, they have consequences,” said panelist Oscar Chavez during a Community Conversation on Race event that focused on topics addressing inequity.

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