Promoting Community Engagement and Social Justice (11/09/2021)

The CBA’s DICE program will present Promoting Community Engagement and Social Justice, a Master Class with Dr. David Sanders, President of Malcolm X College of the City Colleges of Chicago. Dr. Sanders, ABD, D.Ed., will discuss with CBA members how a community college in the heart of one of the most diverse communities in Chicago with Latinx, African American, and Asian residents, cultivates community engagement and social justice. Along with Kennedy King College, Malcolm X recently received a grant of millions of dollars from the Bezos Scott Foundation and other major philanthropic organizations to use in its mission. 

CBA First Vice President Timothy S. Tomasik will introduce the program. CBA members, including representatives of the YLS Racial Justice Coalition, along with individuals from Malcolm X’s surrounding community, will ask President Sanders to share his strategy on community engagement and how lawyers can support these efforts. 

Dr. Sanders is a national leader in the community college area of higher education. His leadership has been a key alliance for the Drivers’ License Reinstatement  (DRE) Program that offers an opportunity for Chicagoans to reinstate their driver’s licenses. DRE events have been co-sponsored by the CBA and other community partners. 

This program is sponsored by the CBA’s DICE Program and the YLS Racial Justice Coalition.


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Promoting Community Engagement and Social Justice (11/09/2021)
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