We challenge you to foster a community that embraces diversity, inclusion and equity here at Sinclair and to:
In person diversity events have been canceled due to COVID-19. Available are remote diversity events. Or attend a podcast, TED Talks, or webinar!
All events are located on Sinclair's Dayton Campus and are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted. Click here for driving directions to Sinclair's Dayton Campus and for parking information.
|July 29||10:00 a.m.||The Disturbing History Of The Suburbs - Discussion led by Jared Cutler on the video of Adam Ruins Everything S1 E43 - Register here||Zoom Room|
|July 30||10:00 a.m.||College Behind Bars - Part 4: Home Is A Work In Progress - Discussion led by Heidi Arnold on PBS Documentary directed by Lynn Novick - Register here||Zoom Room|
|August 03||12:00 p.m.||History vs. Christopher Columbus - Discussion led by Derek Petrey on the TED-Ed by Alex Gendler - Register here||Zoom Room|
|August 06||1:00 p.m.||Begin Again: Calls On James Baldwin's America And It's Urgent Lessons For Our Own - Discussion led by Vonya Lewis-Thornton on the book by Eddie S. Glaude, Jr. and video interview with Professor Glaude - Register here||Zoom Room|
|The Monologues Projects: We Wear The Mask: BREATHE
A free event showcasing Black voices in support of the Black Lives Matter
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|On-line Virtual Performance|
|August 10||11:00 a.m.||How To Actually Promote Diversity In STEM - Discussion led by Marita Abram & Cari Gigliotti on The Atlantic article by Freeman A. Hrabowski III & Peter H. Henderson - Register here||Zoom Room|
|August 12||10:00 a.m.||3 Ways To Be A Better Ally In The Workplace - Discussion led by Jennifer Kostic on the TEDTalk by Melinda Epler - Register here||Zoom Room|
|August 14||3:30 p.m.||Immigrant Voices Make Democracy Stronger - Discussion led by Meng Riddle on the TEDTalk by Sayu Bhojwani - Register here||Zoom Room|
|August 25||11:00 a.m.||Lost Dayton, Ohio (Book) - Discussion led by the author, Andrew Walsh - Register here||Zoom Room|
|August 26||10:00 a.m.||Uncomfortable Conversations With A Black Man - Discussion led by Michael Carter on the TEDTalk by Emmanuel Acho - Register here||Zoom Room|
|September 9||1:00 p.m.||Lost Dayton, Ohio (Book) - Discussion led by the author, Andrew Walsh - Register here||Zoom Room|
|September 17||10:00 a.m.||The False Promise of Anti-Racism Books - Discussion led by Michael Carter on The Atlantic article by Saida Grundy - Register here||Zoom Room|
|September 17||2:00 p.m.||What It's Like to be Muslim in America - Discussion led by Ribhi Daoud on the TEDTalk by Dalia Mogahed - Register here||Zoom Room|
|September 24||10:00 a.m.||The False Promise of Anti-Racism Books - Discussion led by Michael Carter on The Atlantic article by Saida Grundy - Register here||Zoom Room|
|October 12||12:00 p.m.||History vs. Christopher Columbus - Discussion led by Derek Petrey on the TED-Ed by Alex Gendler - Register here||Zoom Room|
Congratulations to the following people who were honored at the Celebration of Purpose NIA Awards and GospelFest held on Friday, February 28:
Staff Award: De'Shawna Yamini
Student Award: Daniel Peoples, III
Faculty: Vonya Lewis-Thornton
Diversity Champion: Melissa Ward
Community Service: Jenell Ross
The NIA Awards Ceremony is held annually to showcase, celebrate and nurture achievements in creative arts, academics, mentorship, and leadership by Sinclair staff, faculty, students and community members. NIA is one of the highlights of Sinclair's African-American History Month observances.
Congratulations to the 31 Women of Sinclair recognized in 2020 who help make Sinclair the great place that it is.
We encourage you to see the diversity in all of the women presented and think about how the world could be so much better if we celebrated and supported women on a consistent basis.
The following is a list of the 31 Women of Sinclair recognized in 2020:
Sinclair College strives to see and acknowledge each student, faculty and staff member as an important contributor to our belief in equity for all.
Sinclair will be viewed as an institution that is welcoming to all, as evidenced by a climate of acceptance and inclusiveness among faculty, staff and students. Everyone will understand the importance of cultural competency and embrace their role as global citizens.