A Message of Solidarity and Action
June 2, 2020
Words cannot explain the pain our Black colleagues and students feel due to the racist atrocities happening nationwide. The deaths, the murders, the weaponization of race by calling the police on Black people, the wearing of white supremacist paraphernalia - it must stop.
It is heartbreaking to see our friends, loved ones, colleagues and community continue to suffer and grieve. As a parent, my heart hurts for parents of Black men and boys. As a human, my heart hurts for all Black people in the US.
Together we stand in solidarity with our Black community - our students, faculty, staff, and administrators - to fight against systemic inequity, injustice, and racism. It is our responsibility to restore faith and hope to our campus.
The Sacramento City College African American Task Force has already convened to share, support and discuss what actionable change looks like at the college. The task force will continue to meet to provide guidance on the action needed to make systemic changes to our campus. More communication will be coming from the college as we take action steps to change.
To the members of SCC 's Black community, we see you, we hear you, and we will take action to deconstruct structural racism so that our Black students can succeed at Sacramento City College.
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