The Palomar Pride center is hosting an event to discuss the importance of voting and LGBTQ-friendly candidates. Allies are welcome! Please register here.
Palomar College is officially on the CA Ballot Bowl leader board amongst all other CA Community Colleges for registering students to vote with a total of 102. Please see link: https://caballotbowl.sos.ca.gov/. The Student Life and Leadership team has been sending out numerous emails, social media posts and encouraging students to register to vote.… Read the rest “Palomar College is officially on the CA Ballot Bowl leader board!”
The Sociology discipline of Palomar College stands in solidarity with our Black students and colleagues.
Sociology offers a critical lens through which we analyze and shine a light on forms of inequality and oppression within the Black community and all communities of color widely.… Read the rest “Sociology Department Offers Another Powerful Voice of Solidarity!”
Our credit ESL program was featured in the California Acceleration Project publication CAPacity Gazette July issue pages 14-15, “Palomar Leads in AB 705 Implementation for English Language Learners” Go ESL this is such important equity work for ESL learners.
Hey folks! This video summarizes our 20-21 action items- check it out!
Thew English department has provided this powerful narrative in support of our Antiracist efforts. Thank you so much for these words!
English Department Statement on Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
In response to ongoing societal inequities based on race and the deaths of individuals like George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and Daniel Prude (to name just a few) at the hands of State Power, the English Department of Palomar College stands in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement and affirms its support for our BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) students, faculty, and staff.… Read the rest “English Department Statement on Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion”
The Child Development Department at Palomar College supports our BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) students and colleagues and stands in solidarity with contemporary movements in raising awareness of widespread systemic racism and discrimination, as well as the Call to Action for Palomar College.… Read the rest “Child Development Department Shares Strong Solidarity Statement”
Associate Dean Roe has provided a letter of support from Palomar College to a project Brandman University is proposing entitled, “Integrating Tribal Nation Voices into California’s ECE Lead Teacher Preparation Pathway: A Template for Systemic Change”. The letter emphasizes that “Palomar College supports the development of a Tribal Curriculum Framework, which has great potential to bring the perspective and lived experience of the Tribal Nations of California into community college higher education programs.” … Read the rest “Integrating Tribal Nation Voices in Early Childhood Education”
This Thursday the Pride Center is hosting its first Guided Discussion, Queers Coping with Covid. This session will be co-hosted by Dr Patrick Savaiano of Behavioral Health Services and Dr. Mark Raymundo, PC3H member and faculty in Chemistry. Are you worried about Covid?
… Read the rest “Guided Discussion With Pride!”