A Student’s Thoughts on Whiteness History Month

By Josh Merlin|February 12, 2016

To whom it may concern, I’m writing this email because I’m not sure who else to go to at PCC. The whole situation right now regarding the Whiteness History Month has made it abundantly obvious to me that I, as

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Spaces: A Hot Spot for Whiteness History Month Discussion

By Sebastian Kirchoff|January 27, 2016

After the September announcement of “Whiteness History Month” taking place at PCC during the month of April, controversy along with discussion has erupted nationwide, internationally, and of course right here at PCC. Since the project’s inception, several staff members have spoken

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Plans for Whiteness History Month Stirs Controversy

By Sebastian Kirchoff|October 5, 2015

“Whiteness: The construction of the white race, white culture, and the system of privileges and advantages afforded to white people in the U.S. (and across the globe) through government policies, media portrayal, decision-making power within our corporations, schools, judicial systems,

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Frida Kahlo: Bedridden Painter of Revolution

By Jesse Maes|March 18, 2014

Many of us have heard the name Frida Kahlo, and even more of us have heard of Diego Rivera, the famous Mexican painter. Kahlo began her life in 1907 in Mexico City, although she gave her birth date as July

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