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Commodore Conversations 2021

The American Dream: Does It Exist and for Whom?

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Lorain County Community College’s Commodore Conversations was established in 2020 to continuously uplift our culture of care and emphasize our foundational value of equity for all in all that we do as outlined in Vision 2025.  This day of dialogue offers the campus and larger Lorain County community an opportunity to engage with others in learning, listening and designing actions to move our community forward. 

We hope to engage students, leadership, faculty and staff in a facilitated and meaningful conversation on the American Dream and the intersections of poverty and bias.  Elements include: panels, interactive activities, affinity group conversations and the student voice.

The Discussion Topics include:

  • Participation in the American Dream: The Many Faces of Poverty
  • The American Dream: Zip Code Destiny or Decision

This guide provides resources on the Discussion Topics. The resources may be used by students, faculty, staff, and the greater community.

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