GCC responds to the Coronavirus Outbreak. GCC has moved to remote online instruction.
A Seven-Part Lecture Series Presented by the Social Sciences Division, ASGCC, and Student Equity.


Anti-Racism Resources

June 11-12 flyer (pdf)

June 15-19 flyer (pdf)

All Sessions:
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Deconstructing Racism: A Persistent American Challenge


Deconstructing Racism: A Persistent American Challenge

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Thursday 6/11 5:00pm - 6:30pm 6:30 - 7:00 Q & A

Anti-Racism Resources

Bias: (Un)conscious Manifestations - Exploring the Roots of Discrimination and Racism

Michael Dulay | Professor of Psychology
Richard Kamei | Professor of Sociology

6/11/20 Lecture Transcript (pdf)

Friday 6/12 5:00pm - 6:30pm 6:30 - 7:00 Q & A

Anti-Racism Resources

Construction of American Racism - A History of How Institutional Racism Embeds Itself in the American Consciousness

Beth Kronbeck | Assoc. Professor of History, Social Science & Ethnic Studies
Kevin Mack | Asst. Professor of History
Maite Peterson | Instructor of History

6/12/20 Lecture Transcript (pdf)

Monday 6/15 5:00pm - 6:30pm 6:30 - 7:00 Q & A

Anti-Racism Resources

Structural Inequality - An Examination of the Systemic and Structural Problems That Often Fuel Racism and Discrimination

Gordon Alexandre | Professor of History, Emeritus
Mark Maier | Professor of Economics

6/15/2020 Lecture Transcript (pdf)

Tuesday 6/16 5:00pm - 6:30pm 6:30 - 7:00 Q & A

Anti-Racism Resources

Historical Resistance to Institutionalized Racism in the U.S. - A Discussion of Successful Attempts To Respond to Institutionalized Racism Through Various Modes of Resistance

Maite Peterson | Instructor of History
Michelle Stonis | Instructor of History

6/16/20 Lecture Transcript (pdf)

Wednesday 6/17 5:00pm - 6:30pm 6:30 - 7:00 Q & A

Anti-Racism Resources

Pro-Diversity/Anti-Bias Education - Creating Environments That Promote Diversity, Empathy, and Racial Equity for Children and Adults 

Mary Jane Biancheri, | Asst. Professor of Child Development
William Sparks | Adjunct Assoc. Professor of Child Development, Former Education Analyst for US Commission on Civil Rights
Sandy Somo | Asst. Professor of Sociology

6/17/20 Lecture Transcript (pdf)

Thursday 6/18 5:00pm - 6:30pm 6:30 - 7:00 Q & A

Anti-Racism Resources

The Push for Progress at GCC - A Discussion of the Ways our College Community Has Worked To Respond to the Challenges of Discrimination

Rylee Happy | GCC Black Student Union
Sydney Simpers | GCC Black Student Union
Kayla Regalado | ASGCC
Hoover Zariani | Director,  Multicultural & Community Engagement Center

6/18/20 Lecture Transcript (pdf)

Friday 6/19 5:00pm - 6:30pm 6:30 - 7:00 Q & A

Anti-Racism Resources

Responding to Community Questions: Understanding Within Group Differences; Athletics as Community; and Building a Soundtrack of Resistance

Speaker Panel moderated by:
Michael Dulay | Professor of Psychology
Fabiola Torres | Professor of Ethnic Studies
Kevin Dimatulac | Equity Counselor, Cultural Diversity Coordinator

6/19/20 Lecture Transcript (pdf)


Event Flyer (pdf)

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