CAN/DID: Introducing the Series | De Anza College

CAN/DID: Standing Against Racism and Injustice

CAN/DID is an ongoing multimedia series that explores equity and social justice issues – including lessons we can all learn from the struggles of different groups and individuals – by drawing on the knowledge and experience of De Anza College students, faculty and classified professionals.

The CAN/DID Inclusion Series is produced by the De Anza College Office of Communications, in consultation with the Office of Equity, Social Justice and Multicultural Education.

About the name: “Can” represents the opportunity for action and positive progress. “Did” acknowledges the history – good and bad – that we are building on. And “candid” means open and honest, which the series is intended to be.

Find more videos, social media posts and resources for both support and further exploration at deanza.edu/candid

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