Recognition and Reckoning: Empowering Men of Color through Equity and Cultural Wealth
Re-envisioning our institutions as spaces designed to empower men of color will require a radical and honest reevaluation of who we are and what we do. This year’s Institute will center on the cultural wealth of men of color and apply an equity-minded lens to our own institutions. The three-day experience will feature nationally renowned scholars, artists, and activists, including Dr. Ibram X. Kendi. June 1 and 2 will be held virtually and provide breakout sessions, workshops, and critical reflection and networking opportunities. June 3 will offer in-person and virtual opportunities to strategize and implement key takeaways from the Institute.
Center for Equity and Cultural Wealth Virtual Institute: Plot Twist: Disrupting False Narratives in Higher Education
From politics to pandemics, the story of the need for true equity and cultural wealth has been unfolding around us with constant twists and turns. The next chapter of this story will be impacted by our collective choices. This year's CECW Institute on May 27-28, 2020, was an opportunity to begin crafting new narratives together through the disruptive power of hope.
*Faculty will be compensated for participation in professional development workshops at the contractual rate. Faculty and staff will be compensated for optional follow-up activities including curricular/co-curricular integration, research and resource development.
Second Equity and Cultural Wealth Institute - Power and Place: Valuing Cultural Wealth to Advance Equity in Higher Education
The Institute, held from May 28-30, 2019, brought together higher education faculty, staff and administrators, artists, community-based organizations, K-12 educators, and cultural institutions to explore scholarship and practice that supports equity outcomes and values community cultural wealth.
Magazine Feature: Center for Equity and Cultural Wealth
BHCC Magazine highlighted the Center in the Spring of 2018. The Center for Equity and Cultural Wealth will serve as a hub for research and innovation that supports BHCC’s mission to honor the cultural wealth of its students, faculty and staff and commitment to creating learning environments where all students can achieve excellence.
First Equity and Cultural Wealth Institute
On May 22-24, 2018, more than 200 Bunker Hill Community College faculty, staff and community partners gathered for the convening of BHCC’s first Equity and Cultural Wealth Institute, which examined the impact of power and privilege on access and equity in higher education.