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Teaching Men of Color in the Community College: Course materials

Center for Organizational Responsibility and Advancement course materials

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The Center for Organizational Responsibility and Advancement's Training for Change

The Center for Organizational Responsibility and Advancement (CORA) offers classes through their "Training for Changing" program. The articles below are the course materials as well as the book, Teaching Men of Color in the Community College.

Videos from CORA's YouTube channel

CORA, The Center for Organizational Responsibility and Advancement, frequently has new videos on their YouTube channel. CORA offers courses for educators about teaching students of color and other topics. SMCCD faculty have taken courses CORA offers.

Here's how CORA describes their courses: "If you’re a faculty or an educational support staff interested in supporting the success of minoritized students in your class or on your campus, then these online courses are for you. By enrolling in any of our courses, you can set yourself up as an advocate for transformative change within your classroom and beyond."

"Teaching Men of Color in the Community College" class readings

The following articles and book were course materials for "Teaching Men of Color" offered through CORA, the Center for Organizational Responsibility & Advancement. The book is available to purchase online for $20 or on Amazon.