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On this page we have collected important messages and statements from campus, district and state leadership. Please share additional messages for inclusion.
SMCCD Anti-racism Council
California Community College Initiatives
Vision for Success: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Task Force Report, 2020
The California Community Colleges serve 2.2 million students among 115 colleges, and are a key driver in ensuring educational opportunity and success for all Californians. About 29% of University of California graduates and 51% of California State University graduates start their higher education at a community college. The system is also the largest provider of workforce training in the nation, positioning it at the center of economic and social mobility opportunities in the state. As an open-access institution, the system serves a diverse student population in terms of race and ethnicity, age, and levels of educational attainment. However, student success remains a challenge.
Statements and Resolutions from Leadership
Chancellor Claire: SMCCCD Anti-racism Council, March 2021
Email message from Chancellor Claire to the District on March 2, 2021, announcing members of the SMCCCD Anti-racism Council
AFT1493 Faculty Union
Email message to membership, "AFT Responds to the Murder of George Floyd," June 3, 2020
Chancellor Claire - May, 2020
Email message from Chancellor Claire to the campus community on May 27, 2020.
A letter by the Skyline College faculty SEEED committee in response to the murder of George Floyd, June 2020
SMCCD Board of Trustees
BOT REPORT NO. 20-4-1B CONTEMPORARY CONVERSATION REGARDING RACE, CLASS, GENDER, PRIVILEGE AND EQUITY, April 22, 2020
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