To get started, we invite you to read through the schedule, familiarize yourself with this course site, with East Harlem, and introduce yourself to fellow participants. (Image credit: InQ13 Course Flickr) […]
A strong focus of the course is exploring community-academic partnerships that promote social justice in the 21st Century. Read Wilneida Negrón’s post about digital activism and community partnerships. (Image: Capital New York) […]
Welcome to #InQ13!
InQ13 was a participatory open online course (“POOC”) offered by the Graduate Center of the City University of New York in partnership with the Ford Foundation in Spring 2013. The course utilized new technologies and activist-academic partnerships to explore current understandings of social inequality within the context of East Harlem. For more info, read the course summary.
The site continues to feature tools and resources for students, advocates, community groups, etc., working on social inequality, which may be explored through our structured learning modules.
The course blog now serves as an online community forum. We encourage you to post your thoughts, articles, resources, or events which may be of interest to the community.
Dear friends, as some of you are aware, the National Maori Centre of Research Excellence (CORE) that professor Linda Tuhiwai Smith worked to establish, has lost its funding bbecause of budget cuts. This has […]