The Global Village at Pikes Peak Community College is an association of students, staff, faculty, and community members who share experiences, value culture, and make connections. Anyone with a global background or outlook is welcome.
Global students lead discussions on each campus around global and student issues. All are welcome!
Visit Global Village on the web for full details, including meeting times and topics.
"Last week we covered a lot of topics concerning the politics behind the Olympics. There were a few attendees that didn't know about the Munich massacre. We spent some time describing its context. We also discussed North Korea and the upcoming Olympics taking place in South Korea. Then Laura BenAmots showed up and we discussed the tense political conflict between Israel and Palestine, and how it connects to the motives of Black September. She shared that Russia is going to be allowed to participate in the Winter Olympics despite last year's major doping scandal. Keith Barnes also attended and proposed a mindset to find a solution. We ended the conversation with how revisioning history is problematic."
-- Laura Aguilar Marquez, PPCC student
The Global Village March 18
Women Who Inspire: https://youtu.be/krqoLP6TfAc
This Global Village roundtable discussion highlights women who are our role models and mentors. Dr. Angie Paccione joins a PPCC panel to honor women who have inspired us.
The conversation is facilitated by English faculty Emily Forand, with panelists:
The Global Village January 28
Building Community in College (partial video): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZdjE9dcBmA&feature=youtu.be
HISPANIC HERITAGE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AyoqIWDlF_o&feature=youtu.be
Amner Carmona Molina (Coordinator of Early Alert and Navigate Admin); Dr. Montse Edie-Korleski (Dean of Medical Sciences); Andrea Ozuna (PPCC student); Chrystal Navarro (COSI academic coach)
HISPANIC HERITAGE, PART 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BzHcOXfJtUI&feature=youtu.be
Marcy Olague-Jamaica (Bilingual Admissions Counselor); Clint Garcia (Director of Facilities and Capital Projects); Dr. Elsa Dias (Professor and Chair of Political Science); Dr. Evy McUmber (Associate Professor of Chemistry); Vanessa Hernandez (PPCC Student)
NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bf4zKAXRXjI&feature=youtu.be
Jade Goodnough (PPCC students); Monycka Snowbird (Community member, Haseya.org); Kathy Sturdevant (History Professor); Carl McDade (Music Instructor)
Robin Schofield, Director of High Impact Practices, talks with Dr. MelindaJoy Mingo, author of The Colors of Culture: The Beauty of Diverse Friendships.
Dr. Mingo is a Communication instructor and a Diversity Global Learning specialist at PPCC. In the interview, she discusses her new book The Colors of Culture: The Beauty of Diverse Friendships.
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