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Pride After Pulse: #HonorThemWithAction - Coalition for LGBT Awareness (CLGBTA) 2017

from the Coalition for LGBT Awareness (CLGBTA), June 2017 Photo Credit: Alex C. Lange Click image for more information June was chosen for LGBT Pride Month to commemorate the Stonewall riots (led by Transwomen of Color, Marsha “Pay it no Mind” Johnson & Sylvia Rivera), which occurred at the end of June 1969. As a result, many pride events are held during this month to recognize &...
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Community and Technical College Fly-In - Updates from the Event!

From the desk of Cindi Love, ACPA Executive Director I am excited to be at the Community and Technical College Fly-In hosted by Downs Government Affairs. The event is for community and technical college presidents and senior leaders to hear from the Department of Ed, Health and Human Services, Labor, Commerce, Homeland Security and more about the new White House priorities for funding as well as...

ACPA Congratulates Dr. John C. Hernandez

Long time ACPA member and leader, Dr. John C. Hernandez, has been named Santiago Canyon College’s Fifth President. Dr. Hernandez has served as an ACPA governing board member, Diamond Honoree, and Aspiring SSAO Institute faculty member. Read the full press release below. Congratulations Dr. Hernandez! PRESS RELEASE (Santa Ana, CA) - At its regularly scheduled board meeting on June 12, Rancho...
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ACPA - College Student Educators International Partnership Announces Where Respect Happens Campaign for Campuses

May 24, 2017 09:30 ET | Source: ACPA—College Student Educators International ( VIEW THE OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE HERE!) Washington D.C., May 24, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Student Affairs in Higher Education Consortium (SAHEC) announces the launch of an international campaign, Where Respect Happens, for professionals, students and community members on or connected to college and university...
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ACPA Joins Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities in Letter re:DACA to Homeland Security

The following text is of a letter sent on behalf of many Higher Education associations and organizations to John F. Kelly, Secretary, U.S.. Department of Homeland Security. The letter addresses concerns regarding the DACA (Deferred Action for childhood Arrivals) program. ACPA is a signer in support of this message seeking justice for our students. May 12, 2017 The Honorable John F. Kelly...