Congressman Hakeem Jeffries
Wednesday, October 7 2pm
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A collaboration of faculty across disciplines to examine social well being within the community college. We utilized digitial + critical participatory action research (D+CPAR) as a methodology for our examination of injustice in our student’s communities and informed by our scholarly work examining injustice in migration and human rights. This project is an ongoing teaching and learning collaborative working toward a better theoretical and practical understanding of social change. In this video we discuss how D+CPAR can be used for community change projects including gun victim mapping and using video to educate the public about using EBT benefits at the local farmer’s market.