Four teams of students collaborated on projects with community partners in the Liberal Arts Action Lab this spring. They completed projects on youth development, housing and environmental justice, community health perspectives and COVID-19, and anti-racist education.
Do you know of the Talcott Street Church and School? Through the Black Heritage Project, Capital Community College (CCC) is hoping more people in the Hartford area can answer that question with a resounding yes.
Four teams of students collaborated on projects with community partners in the Liberal Arts Action Lab this fall. The students enrolled in two courses – one on community engaged research methods and one specific to their research project. Each project team used the research method skills they learned to answer a research question posed by four Hartford community partners.
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Emeline Avignon (2024)