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99 VOICES: A KCC Reads 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.
Our first symposium, 99 Voices for Trayvon Martin, was held on May 9th, 2012:
On April 22nd, 2013, 99 Voices screened the film "Broken On All Sides: ..."
In 2014, we are instituting a larger scale project, an ongiong seminar series titled:
99 Voices "Teaching Ferguson": A KCC Symposia Series
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Michael Rodriguez (BMI / MRC) & Maureen Fadem (English), Co-Organizers
Kevicha Echols (Health)
Peter Fiume (Education)
Farin Kautz (KCC Alumnus)
Heidi Lopez (Single Stop)
Martin Matthew (History)
Lavita McMathTurner (President's Office)
Helen Nasser (Honors)
Frances Robinson (Women's Center)
Debra Schultz (History)
Tasheka Sutton-Young (Student Life)
Silvia Torres (Urban Farm)
"Your silence will not protect you..." ~Audre Lorde