RCC Covid-19 History Project

Object Type: Folder
In Folder: Roxbury Community College Archives


A video performance by the spring 2020 Acting II class taught by Marisa Jones, recorded as the students' final project on May 6, 2020. The anthology piece, entitled "Pandemic," was written and performed by the students in the class.


Materials relating to the event "Black Men Speak: Reflections on Racism in America. Where do we go from here?" held on June 20, 2020, in the Media Arts Center at RCC. The event was moderated by Michael Curry, Chairman of the National NAACP Board of Directors, and invited a number of Black men from the Boston area to discuss issues of race and policing in the wake of widespread protests over police violence. Participants included Willie Bodrick II, Steven W. Tompkins, Abrigal Forrester, Imari Paris Jeffries, Conan Harris, Kevin Williams, Darrell Jones, William Gross, Dana Supreme Richardson, Paul Francisco, Thaddeus Miles, Rahsaan Hall, Joseph D. Feaster, and Segun Idowu.


Photographs taken in May 2020 by Cecile Regner, Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness.


This video was compiled in May 2020 by the marketing department, which solicited contributions from the faculty and staff as well as community leaders to express congratulations to the graduating class of 2020, whose commencement ceremonies were postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.


Survey responses from faculty, staff, and students to an RCC COVID-19 survey which was sent out in Spring 2020 by the archivist to solicit information for the Covid-19 History Project.


Oral histories conducted with members of the RCC community dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic.

Video recording of and flyer for a Women's History Month event hosted on Zoom on March 30, 2021. The event was organized by professors Mya Bowen (IT), Véronique Helenon (History), Kamila Kehoe (English), Sharlene Malcolm (Business), and Monique Selden-Riley (Psychology).


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