The Book Fair is now one of the oldest and largest single day events for African American Children's Books in the country. The success of the program is due to the fact that we offer the best and the brightest from the African American Children's literary community. Parents, caregivers, and educators from the tri-state area are very supportive of the event. They all understand that children who read make more responsible decisions about their lifestyles.
The College's Music department’s fall 2014 Performance Series begins on Monday, Nov. 24 and runs through Friday, Dec. 5, with performances by the College's Voice Majors, Chamber Music Ensembles, Vocal Ensemble, Modern Pop and Rock Ensemble, Jazz Ensemble, and the M.A.R.S Ensemble.
Please join Dr. Guy Generals, President, Community College of Philadelphia in a Fireside Chat about Hispanic culture and life. Feel free to share reflections on your favorite boook, poem, song or any artistic expression of Hispanic Culture.
This Fireside Chat will take place on Tuesday, November 18, 2014, at 3 p.m., in the Winnet Student Life Building Coffeehouse.
Do you know students who are struggling to balance their roles as a parent and student? What support would be most helpful to them? What advice do they have for others? For answers to these questions, students are invited to join the Women's Outreach and Advocacy Center for a Chat-N-Chew with Dr. Kristy Shuda McGuire, assistant professor of Biology, for “Juggling the Responsibilities of Being a Parent and Student,” from 12 – 1 p.m., on Tuesday, Nov. 11, in the CBI Building, Room C3-5.
Part of the Americans in Struggle Film Series. The story of Philadelphia activists, who in 1971 broke into FBI offices in Media, PA and uncovered the FBI’s vast and illegal regime of spying and intimidation of Americans exercising their First Amendment rights. In our current age of Wikileaks & Edward Snowden, this documentary couldn’t be timelier. This event is free and open to the public.
Part of the Americans in Struggle Film Series. As the fight for higher wages and a fair minimum wage heats up, this film illuminates the challenges faced by more than 42 million low wage American women and the 28 million children who depend on them. This event is free and open to the public.
The Federation is co-sponsoring the Americans in Struggle film series in collaboration with the Philadelphia Unemployment Project and other local organizations. These films will celebrate the struggles of the American people that have made us the nation we are today.