Diversity, equity and inclusion are topics for Delaware County Community College’s “Dialogues for Diversity” Dec.1 from 5 to 6:15 p.m. online via Zoom.
Register for the session at dccc.edu/dialogue.
Hosted by the College’s Center for Equity and Social Justice, the session will feature David W. Brown Left in photo), associate professor and diversity advisor to the Office of the Dean, Temple University; Joanne Craig, chief impact officer, The Foundation for Delaware County; and Delaware County District Attorney Jack Stollsteimer. Simuelle Myers, chief diversity and inclusion officer, Delaware County Community College, will moderate the discussion.
The three leaders will explore how equity intersects with their work in the community and what people can do to contribute to making their communities places where everyone can truly thrive.
The Dialogues for Diversity series provides a safe space for courageous and respectful community discussions about race, ethnicity, prejudice, discrimination, social privilege and other sometimes difficult to discuss issues.