Critical Ethnic Studies Stands in Solidarity with Black Lives Matter, 2020, written by faculty of Critical Ethnic Studies with Rickey Vincent as the originating author and primary writer. This document touches on the history of constructs of race in the U.S., examines how these constructs of opression, particularly anti-Blackness, exist in 2020 as "we exist in an environment of “anti-Blackness” that inhibits our growth toward a truly inclusive and affirming community of human beings of equally infinite value" and call for recognition that "until Blacks are free from this oppression, and Black Lives Matter, no other lives will be free."
A description of the goals and academic courses of the Black Studies Institute, from the 1971 issue of CCAC
Student in Sculpture Workshop, CCAC Oakland, 1949.
Students with a dog. Nancy Waldeman and Cathy Conness, in the patio between the Sculpture Building (Studio 3) and lockers, with a view toward the Southeast edge of campus, CCAC Oakland, 1962
Students in the Martinez Hall painting studios at the California College of the Arts and Crafts, Oakland CA, 1997.
Wendy Lehenssey at work on a weaving in front of Studio 7. CCAC Oakland campus, Spring 1976
Textile student at work in front of Studio 7. CCAC Oakland campus, Spring 1976
Textile faculty Carole Beadle, near the window, teaching the weaving class. Studio 4 (later B Building) CCAC Oakland campus, 1970s.
Weaving class with students at looms, CCAC Oakland campus, 1964