This month on Bullock's Vlog, Dr. Bullock talks about the history and importance of Women's History Month. We also hear from several influential women in the CCAC community.
In the first edition of Bullock’s Vlog, CCAC President Dr. Quintin Bullock shares his thoughts on Black History Month. He features several historical trailblazers in black history and explains the important contributions CCAC is making to diversity, equity, and inclusion across the campuses and community.
When it comes to exercising our constitutional right to vote, as Americans, we don’t do so well. In fact, you could say we are failing. According to the Pew Research Center, a nonpartisan fact tank that informs the public about issues, attitudes and trends shaping the world, just shy of 56% of the U.S. voting-age population cast ballots in the 2016 presidential election. This figure puts us in the bottom 20% of other democratic nations, behind such countries as Belgium (87%), South Korea (77%) and Hungary (72%), including our neighbors to the north and south, Canada (62%) and Mexico (66%).
Students across the country are taking a moment to stop and think about their future and the direction they want their life to take. Read the newest blog post today and follow Dr. Bullock on Twitter.
In his June blog, Dr. Bullock reminisces about his college years and the summers he spent enjoying the relaxed campus atmosphere while taking classes.
In this latest blog post, CCAC President Dr. Quintin Bullock reflects on the uncertain times we are facing and recognizes the "helpers." In times of uncertainty, it is good to heed Fred Rogers' advice to, "look for the helpers." Read the newest blog post today and follow Dr. Bullock on Twitter.