Social Justice and Racial Healing
(2017 - 2023)
Talking Techquity 2021 builds on our 2019 success with three new multi-cultural workshop themes. Each theme will explore community interest in redeveloping an iconic downtown building into an inclusive year-round Innovation Center.
The goal of each workshop is to promote community healing through restorative practices, build new relationships across racial boundaries, and envision ways and means for sustained funding to support social justice initiatives, public engagement, and economic development.
ADVOCACY: URBAN RESEARCH
to host for-credit academic courses that count toward the completion of an academic degree or certificate program
that stimulate interest in a variety of curricular, co- curricular, and extra-curricular activities that require access to computer and physical laboratory settings.
to systematize and streamline the creation and evaluation of sustained, equitable, and accountable researcher-practitioner partnerships for new and existing initiatives.
ACCESS: WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
to teach educators, volunteers, and service-learning students to deliver grand challenge and learning lab curricula for all ages.
TALKING TECHQUITY II
with Graphic Note Taking by David Michael Moore
Meet the CS+X Foundations team. Take a 15-min tour of the building in "as is" condition. Register with Jorge Elvir for a small group healing circle or future training in restorative practices. And then, share your ideas in a brainstorming session with our graphic note taker, David Michael Moore.