Reducing Political Tension in the Classroom: Faculty and Staff Webinar 4/13

Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP) is continuing our webinar series for faculty and staff next Tuesday (13th) at 12pm EST Reducing Political Tension in the Classroom. We will discuss what ground rules are in a classroom and how to implement them, how to set up an environment for fostering civic dialogue [...]

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Campus Election Engagement Project Condemns Tuesday’s Shootings in Georgia, Recent Increase in Anti-Asian Violence 

Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP) is horrified by Tuesday’s shootings in Georgia that left eight people dead, including six women of Asian descent. We condemn these violent attacks in the strongest possible terms. We stand in solidarity with and grieve alongside the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community [...]

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CEEP’s Commitment to Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Campus Election Engagement Project is committed to embracing diversity, equity and inclusion as core values of the organization that flow through everything we do. Our Board of Directors, in collaboration with our staff-led Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee, has adopted the following statement to serve as our guiding principles. [...]

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Kamala Harris at the inauguratin of Joe Biden

Coats, Mittens, Earrings, and Other Important Conversations: The 2021 Presidential Inauguration

©The Guardian “Senator Sanders, who are you wearing?” “The mittens are Jen Ellis” Senator Bernie Sanders’ (VT) mittens were certainly among the more popular the topics of conversation this past week as a result of the inauguration, across all political affiliations. Memes depicting Senator Sanders merely sitting in the audience have [...]

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