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MC Library Heritage Celebrations

Visit any MC Library to see displays and/or check out their Heritage Month online guides:

Black History Monthnew window (February)
Caribbean American Heritage Monthnew window (June)
Women's History Monthnew window (March)
Irish American Heritage Month (March)new window
Arab American Heritage Monthnew window (April)
Asian American/Pacific Islander Heritage Monthnew window (May)
Jewish American Heritage Month (May)
LGBTQ+ Pride Month (June)
Disability Employment Awareness Monthnew window (July)
Hispanic Heritage Month (September-October)
Native American Heritage Monthnew window (November)

Equity and Inclusion Pop-Ups

The Office of Equity and Inclusion is committed to providing safe spaces for staff, faculty and students to talk about matters that are important to them without judgment on all of our campuses. We value our students, our staff, and our faculty. We want to hear from you in regards to matters related to race, culture, social justice, equity and inclusion. Please visit us at the Equity and Inclusion Pop-ups that will be coming to a safe space near you!

Recent Events

The Office of Equity and Inclusion hosted our 2023 Fall Equity Dialogue:
"Cultivating a Sense of Belonging for All at MC".

This dialogue included two discussion panels, one on October 26 and the other on October 27, that focused on identifying what true belonging is, ways to foster and cultivate a climate and culture of belonging, and ways that each of us can contribute to making MC a place where all people feel welcomed, that they matter, and that they are supported in unlocking their full potential to thrive and fulfill their passions. This recording is from the October 27 event in which we were honored to host our special keynote speaker, Dr. Rachel-Yvonne Talton, an expert in the field of DEI, Belonging, and Global Trust and the founder and CEO of Synergy.

Featured Event

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Past Event:  Critical Race Theory - Reframing the Narrative

Montgomery College’s Office of Equity and Inclusion, in partnership with Montgomery County’s Office of the County Executive and The Universities at Shady Grove, hosted a forum to examine what critical race theory.

If you missed the forum, you can watch video highlights online.