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Bridging Cultures, multicultural & co-curricular program series

Bridging Cultures, multicultural

For months, we’ve watched as people across the country and around the world have marched in support of racial justice and ending systematic racism. 

And much like the people marching now represent a diverse community of people, so does the Chandler-Gilbert Community College. This intersection of what can be widely different visions will fill the spotlight at CGCC’s Bridging Cultures series, an opportunity for education around the diverse people who make up CGCC and our community. 

Exploring not only the Black, Hispanic, Native American and Asian and Pacific Islander experience, but also gender and sexuality, CGCC’s Bridging Culture series will bring filmmakers, authors and scholars to (the virtual) campus to expand the community’s collective minds. 


Nov. 19 Native American Mascots and Cultural Appropriation

The series concludes  with Dr. Adrienne Keene’s exploration of cultural appropriation around Native cultures. 


Previous events

Sept. 9 Always in Season

Filmmaker Jackie Olive screened and discussed her film “Always in Season” which focused on the continuing legacy of lynching in America.

  • Watch the event here
Sept. 15 The Fight of Our Lives: 2020 Intersections and Possibilities for Transformation
Aya de Leon, an author, activist in the climate movement and the Movement for Black Lives, and faculty member in the African American Studies Department at UC Berkeley will addressed connections between COVID, the climate crisis, white supremacy, patriarchy, capitalism, and imperialism through spoken word and discussion, with plenty of time for student Q&A.
  • Watch the event here


Oct. 22 Taking the Leap: From Hip Hop to Local Government 
Rapper and Georgia county commissioner Mariah Parker  shared how she realized her hip hop skills were applicable to the political field as well. 

  • Watch the event here 


Nov. 2 White Competency: A Blueprint for Racial Justice in a Global Pandemic 
Dr. Jacqueline Battalora explains and examines whiteness to help us better understand and strategize how we might achieve true racial justice within our daily work as well as institutional structures and practices.

  • Watch the event here