Race Culture Challengers (RCC)

RCC Statement of Purpose

The Race Culture Challengers use the academic year to construct spaces that empower individuals to create and navigate conversations that critically address various aspects of race and culture.  Through collaboration with organizations at Boston College, Race Culture Challengers engage the community to become social justice advocates.  In addition, the Race Culture Challengers help to promote the publications and events of the ISPRC.


 

February Event
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NEW DATE: FEBRUARY 14th


 

 

 

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**New Date** February 14th!

Current Event!

Join RCC Members for this important discussion

 

 


 

 

Looking for New Members!

  • Interested in Social Justice?
  • Interested in more in-depth discussions and understanding of race and culture?
  • Looking to benefit from personal and professional development, workshops, and research opportunities?
  • Wanting to learn more about ISPRC, Diversity Challenge and their mission to address the societal conflicts associated with race or culture in theory and research, mental health practice, education, business and society at large?

If so, apply to join the Race Culture Challengers (RCC).

A 1.5 year commitment (2018-2019), weekly meetings, approximately 4-6 hours per week of planning, organizing and/or promoting

Interested in applying?  Please attend our informational session:  

 

First General Information Meeting

Wednesday, February 21, 2018 @7pm

Campion Room 224

RCCBostonCollege@gmail.com

 

 


 

Current RCC Members

Christina Marie Douyon Courtney Dunne Kahlil DuPerry
Kiara Manosalvas Ammy Sena                Jonathan Sepulveda