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Contact Us

Executive Director of Institutional Equity and Diversity
Makeba L. Clay
301-870-3008 ext. 7658
La Plata Campus, Room CC 208

Program Coordinator of Institutional Equity and Diversity
Mari Canizales
301-870-3008 ext. 7659
La Plata Campus, Room CC 208

Program Coordinator, Men of Excellence Mentoring Program
Evan T. Green
301-870-3008 ext. 4743
La Plata Campus, Room CC 208

Program Coordinator, Diversity Institute
Ava Morton
301-870-3008 ext. 4742
La Plata Campus, Room BI 205



Institutional Equity and Diversity

Welcome to the College of Southern Maryland. The Institutional Equity and Diversity Office works to create an inclusive environment where students, staff, and faculty can perform at their optimal best. We are creating an environment that instills an appreciation and understanding of the diverse qualities each of us brings to this campus; where our students, staff, and faculty mirror the community we serve and is free from discrimination and harassment.

The Institutional Equity and Diversity Office sponsors Cultural cafés, provides academic enrichment and celebrate diversity awareness through programs for Asian, Pacific Islander, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, African American Heritage and Women History Month, as well as other cultural celebrations. A list of planned activities can be found on the Institutional Equity and Diversity website under events.

The website list reference sources on a wide variety of multicultural topics. Faculty may use this site to select information to include in class discussion or curriculum. Students may find an area of interest for self study, class work or personal enrichment.

We hope you visit the website of stop by the Institutional Equity and Diversity office to learn more about our programs. We are located in the CC building, 2nd floor in room 208.


Harvest of Empire: The Untold Story of Latinos in America

Documentary Screening and Discussion with Author Juan Gonzalez

Thursday, October 2, 2:30-4 p.m.

Prince Frederick Campus, Building B, Rooms 103/104/105

At a time of heated and divisive debate over immigration, Harvest of Empire reveals the direct connection between the long history of U.S. intervention in Latin America and the immigration crisis we face today.

Meet author Juan Gonzalez, whose book this documentary was based on, as he provides a rare and powerful glimpse into the enormous sacrifices and rarely noted triumphs of our nationís growing Latino community.

Refreshments will be served.

Sponsored by:

Institutional Equity and Diversity Office

Prince Frederick Campus Student Association

Sexual Assault Awareness

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