99 VOICES: A KCC Civic Engagement Initiative
Dialogue | Education | Transformation
99 Voices is a task force at Kingsborough that seeks to foster campus community and
to effect positive change in U.S. social life through convening social justice symposia.
The work of the group is organized around issues of anti-black racism and institutional
violence, particuarly as these structures impact students of the college.
... ... ... In 2014, we are instituting a larger scale project, the 2015 conference:
99 Voices Teach Ferguson: A KCC Symposia
Tuesday, February 17th, 2015
MAC Rotunda (M-240)
9:00 am - 5:00 p.m.
Links to Readings for each Session:
It is NOT required that you read the items for sessions you attend. But we wanted to make these readings available to anyone who would like to read them before the day of the conference.
Hank Williams: "Amos Wilson and the Structuring of Black Criminality"
Yolanda Martin: “Stealing a Bag of Potato Chips and Other Crimes of Resistance,” by Victor M. Rios.
Stuart Parker: "Helping students find the leverage points for challenging power"
Doreen Bowens: "Images of Black Males in The Media"
Helen-Margaret Nasser & Farin Kautz: Oppositional Consciousness: The Subjective Roots of Social Protest, edited by Jane J. Mansbridge and Aldon Morris.
Mike Rodriguez and Students of the Men's Resource Center: "New Voices of Leadership: Student Responses to Injustice"
Debra Schultz and her Students: "The Historical Roots of Disregard for Black Life"
Maureen Fadem (English) & Michael Rodriguez (BMI / MRC), Co-Organizers
Doreen Bowens (English)
Kevicha Echols (Health)
Peter Fiume (Education)
Farin Kautz (KCC Alumnus)
Martin Matthew (History)
Lavita McMath Turner (Government and Community Relations)
Helen-Margaret Nasser (Honors)
Frances Robinson (Women's Center)
Debra Schultz (History)
Tasheka Sutton-Young (Student Life)
Silvia Torres (Urban Farm)
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"Your silence will not protect you..." ~Audre Lorde