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    Diversity through music events have been postponed to a later date. Please check back. 

Activities and Programs

  • Presence in the Community

    The Access/Equity/Diversity Office has a history of collaborating with other departments and organizations at SCC to offer a diverse array of activities and events to SCC staff and students.

    Recent programs and speakers that the AED office has collaboratively supported include:

    • “OUCH! That Stereotype Hurts!” workshop
    • A panel discussion on human trafficking
    • “SEXUAL HARASSMENT, WHAT IT IS AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT” panel discussion co-sponsored by the SCC Office of Professional Development.
    • Humanities division “Read-In” programs focusing on African American, Native American, and Hispanic literature.

    Diversity through Music (DTM)

    Thursdays, Noon-1 p.m.
    Café Commons, Lincoln Campus
    We plan to live stream each event. A link will be provided a few days before the event.

    Click on the link below, enter your name and click Next.

    2019 Dates

    October 17 – Archibald and Friends (Jazz/R&B)

    November 21 – 223rd Vibration (Reggae +)

    December 12 - Brian Holland (Jazz/R&B)

    2020 Dates

    February 20 – Bibi Anna (Inspirational/Pop)

    March 19 – Jonah Bennett Trio (Jazz) This event has been postponed until a later date.

    April 23 – Haitian Jazz Group from Kansas City This event has been postponed until a later date.

    SCC Armchair Traveler Program:

    In collaboration with the Global Education team, the office has introduced staff and students to two online databases:“CultureGrams” and "A to Z World Food".

    • The CultureGrams database offers reports for 190 countries and territories. Each report includes 25 categories such as land and climate, history, personal appearance, greetings, gestures, family, diet, holidays, economy, education, health, and events and trends.
    • “A to Z World Food” introduces users to thousands of international recipes, hundreds of fascinating culture and ingredient articles, and essential culinary resources for countries ranging from Albania to Zimbabwe.

    Staff receives 0.5 hour diversity credit for reviewing a trio of select countries each month.