Cañada College Stands Against Racism

Cañada College has made a campus-wide commitment to stand against racism and support Black Lives Matter. The College recognizes the critical need for anti-racist practices, services and teaching in our community. This website provides several campus-wide resources that are dedicated to our commitment.

COLLEGE PRESIDENT STATEMENT ON BLACK LIVES MATTER

Message From Cañada College Leadership June 2, 2020

Emerging Antiracism Framework & Resources

As a result of three campus-wide Critical Conversations on Race held during the summer, 2020, as well as the input of the participants in the College Leadership Retreat in August, 2020, the Planning & Budgeting Council (PBC) considered a draft Antiracism Framework at their September 2 and September 16 meetings.  Campus feedback is sought online and in college council, senate, committee and division meetings.  In addition, the PBC is considering the formation of a college-wide Anti-Racism Task Force.

 

Campus-wide Critical Conversations

Cañada College has engaged in a series of important conversations to address its campus-wide commitment to antiracism.

Critical Conversations

 

Life Resources

  • Resources for personal wellness.
  • Resources for students, employees, campus community.
  • Become better informed about antiracism with suggested reading.
  • How to get involved at our college, in our community, online, and with family.

BLM Resources PDF  Multicultural Resources  Multicultural Programming

 

Library Resources

The Cañada Library resource guide for students, faculty, and staff to provide information and research tools to be an Anti-racist in a joint commitment to racial equity and justice..

Antiracism Resources

 

Academic Committee for Equity & Success (ACES) Resources

The following resources include direct action steps, readings, and strategies that provide a lens through which to better understand and challenge racism, bigotry and oppression. 

Understanding and Disrupting Systemic Oppression 

 

SafeZone Resources

Advocating for the emotional, physical, and intellectual safety of all LGBTQIA+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning intersex) members of this campus community.

SafeZone

 

USC Racial Equity Leadership Alliance

For the 2020-21 academic year, Cañada College joined more than 60 other California community colleges in the California Community College Equity Leadership Alliance.  Led by the USC Race and Equity Center, the Alliance unites community colleges across the state of California for high-quality professional learning experiences on an array of topics pertaining to racial equity.

USC Racial Equity Alliance