9/27/17 5th Annual National Dialogue on Race: Beyond The Color Line at Suffolk County Community College

5th Annual National Dialogue on Race: Beyond The Color Line

Wednesday, September 27, 2017
9:30 – 10:45am — Sagtikos, Van Nostrand Theatre (Map)

Join the dialogue… with guest speakers
Suffolk County Deputy Police Commissioner Risco Lewis-Mention and Dr. Arthur Romano professor of conflict resolution and peace education at George Mason University.

Suffolk County Deputy Police Commissioner Risco Mention-Lewis began her legal career as a Nassau County Assistant District Attorney in 1993, prosecuting misdemeanors.  She later became an Assistant District Attorney in County Court where she prosecuted felony cases. When litigating an attempted murder case in 1999 that involved teenagers, Mention-Lewis realized that young people were in dire need of new, comprehensive intervention strategies.
In 2005 she was honored with her promotion to the position of Unit Chief of Rising Star where she focused on gang prevention strategies. In January 2013, Mention-Lewis was appointed by the Suffolk County Executive to the position of County Deputy Police Commissioner, making her not only the first female to hold the position, but also the first person of color. Her work entails creating comprehensive programs to combat gang violence and recidivism through intelligence lead policing, community-oriented policing and assisting to develop Council of Thought and Action groups across the county.

Dr. Arthur Romano, an international peace-educator, consultant, certified nonviolence trainer and a professor of conflict analysis and resolution at George Mason University.  Dr. Romano has implemented innovative educational programs in Africa, South America, Asia, Europe and the US. Those programs have supported thousands of students in learning practical strategies for building healthy communities, becoming global leaders and productively engaging with conflict.  Dr. Romano has spoken numerous times at the United Nations and has collaborated with the Department of Public Information to promote the Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence and the International Day of Peace.

All Are Welcome!

Sponsored by Office of Campus Activities & Multicultural Affairs

National Dialogue on Race 2017

Location: Sagtikos, Van Nostrand Theatre
Suffolk County Community College
Michael J. Grant Campus
1001 Crooked Hill Road, Brentwood, NY (Map)
Fees: Free

Contact: Christy Banks, banksc@sunysuffolk.edu

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Sunday 6/25/17 March with SUNY at NYC Pride

March with SUNY at NYC Pride

SUNY Pride 2017

The State University of New York was founded in 1948 on the principles of equity and inclusion. SUNY is once again marching in the annual NYC Pride Parade on Sunday, June 25, 2017. We hope you will join fellow students, faculty, and staff to showcase SUNY’s commitment to the LGBT community and the power of diversity and equality in the New York City Pride March!

The Pride March gives all of us the opportunity to walk together in solidarity and to celebrate the LGBTQ community.

cartoon people marching in a LGBTQ pride parade.
View the parade route in the map above.

We hope that you will march with us on Sunday, June 25th at the biggest Pride celebration in the world! Please register below so that we can prepare for your attendance. Updates will follow with all of the exciting details! See you on June 25th!

Register now!

Registration deadline: June 22nd


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5/1/17 In Our Backyard Series

In Our Backyard

The Center for Social Justice and Human Understanding (CSJHU) recognizes that when incidents occur and issues arise in our surrounding communities, they impact the day to day lives of our Suffolk County Community College students.

Most recently, our college community has been deeply affected by the violent incidents and increase in gang activity within areas surrounding our campuses. In response to these incidents the CSJHU, in collaboration with the College Wide Office of Multicultural Affairs and College Campus Activities, would like to introduce a new and ongoing program entitled, “In Our Backyard”.

In Our Backyard is a forum created to offer a safe and supportive environment for our students to discuss and share their feelings, thoughts and concerns regarding these incidents as well as organized training to develop productive ways to respond through community advocacy and engagement.

The first in the series will take place College wide, on Monday, May 1st during common hour (11am – 12 pm) at the following locations on each campus.

For more information or if you have questions, please contact the CSJHU: (631) 451-4117.

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3/31/17 4th Annual Professional Leadership Training Seminar

4th Annual Professional Leadership Training Seminar

Friday, March 31, 2017
9:00 am to 3:30 pm
H. Lee Dennison Building
Media Room
100 Veterans Memorial Hwy
Hauppauge, NY 11788-0099
Limited Seating

This Fourth Annual Professional Leadership Training Seminar organized by the Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and the Office of Minority Affairs seek to bring enrichment activities to the underrepresented minority community in an effort to educate, inspire and motivate minority leaders in Suffolk County.

FOURTH ANNUAL PROFESSIONAL LEADERSHIP TRAINING SEMINAR

To Educate, Inspire and Motivate Minority Leaders
CREATIVE LEADERSHIP TRAINING SEMINAR TO ADDRESS THE NEEDS OF THE MINORITY LEADERS IN SUFFOLK COUNTY.
TOPICS INCLUDE:
> Social Media threat
> The Influence of Big Data on Cybersecurity
> How To Protect Yourself from Modern Hacking
> Who Is Responsible for Cybersecurity An Educational Perspective
“A leader has the vision and conviction that a dream can be achieved.
He inspires the power and energy to get it done.” By: Ralph Lauren.

Who Should Attend: This workshop is offered to all Suffolk County Advisory
Boards, Women’s Advisory Commission, Not-for-Profits, and selected community
leaders in the County of Suffolk. A certificate of attendance will be awarded
during a ceremony at the conclusion of the seminar. Light refreshments will
be served.

Pre-Registration is required please use this link or email to
Zobeida.Carlina@suffolkcountyny.gov by Tuesday, March 28, 2017.

For additional information, please call Vera Hu-Hyneman at 631-790-7411

In partnership with the Suffolk County Asian American Advisory Board, Wellbrook Foundation, Inc., SUNY Stony Brook, Department of Technology & Society and Suffolk Community College Faculty members.

RSVP REQUIRED

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1/11/17 More than 600 to Attend Suffolk Unity Day at Community College

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More than 600 middle school and high school students will attend The Suffolk Center On The Holocaust, Diversity & Human Understanding (CHDHU) and Suffolk Human Rights Commission co-sponsored Unity Day on the Suffolk County Community College Michael J. Grant Campus, Brentwood, and Wednesday January 11, 2017 from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

The day’s theme is the power of words and symbols.

Students will view a Suffolk County Community College produced video, Fear, Hatred and Hope: The Power of Words and Symbols and feature keynote speakers Stony Brook University Clinical Assistant professor Robbye Kinkaid and Holocaust survivor, Werner Reich.

Students will also see theatrical performances by Hauppauge High School and North Babylon High School Theater students and attend workshop sessions by College and community leaders.

“During a time of increased incidents of hate speech and action on Long Island, the country and throughout the world, Unity Day has taken on the responsibility of teaching the hundreds of students who will attend the power that lies in acting with respect for others. There will be workshops on Hate Crimes and discrimination laws conducted by the Suffolk County Police Department Hate Crimes Unity and the Suffolk County Human Rights Commission. Students will learn what they can do in their schools, their families, and communities to create safe environments for themselves and others,” said Rabbi Dr. Steven Moss, chair, CHDHU.

EVENT
Unity Day

DATE:
Wednesday, January 11, 2017

TIME:
9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

PLACE:
Suffolk County Community College
Michael J. Grant Campus
Sagtigkos Building, Van Nostrand Theatre
Crooked Hill Rd.
Brentwood, NY

Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/cwRDPwNNpHR2

Contact:
Jill Santiago
CHDHU
santiaj@sunysuffolk.edu
631-451-4117


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9/18/16 – Free 12th Annual Great East End Community Picnic

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12th Annual GREAT EAST END COMMUNITY PICNIC

SAVE THE DATE /  RESERVAR LA FECHA

Sunday/domingo September 18, 2016 1 pm – 5 pm

Where/Donde Red Creek Park, Hampton Bays

* Music * Games * Crafts * Dancing * Sports

 ALL ARE WELCOME! ¡TODOS SON BIENVENIDOS

PROMOTING DIGNITY & RESPECT FOR ALL!

Promoción de la dignidad y Respeto para todos!

WE STOP BIAS/DEJAMOS DE PREJUICIO CALL US/COMUNÍQUESE 631-702-1922

Sponsored by Suffolk County Anti-Bias Task Force


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