NSCC’s 39th Forum on Tolerance, Respect & Inclusion: Supporting the Struggles of our Immigrant Community

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We recognize that immigrants are now and have always been the backbone of our community, and we are saddened by recent events that might make our immigrant community feel fearful, rejected, or excluded. Please join us as we … Continue Reading

Fostering Social Connections While Aging: Engendering Compassion for Those with Dementia

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Join us for North Shore Community College’s 38th Forum on Tolerance, Fostering Social Connections While Aging: Engendering Compassion for Those with Dementia on April 20 & 21. This two-day, two-campus event is free and open to the public. Continue Reading

NSCC’s 37th Forum on Tolerance, Political Tolerance in a Time of Intolerance

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With the divisive nature of the coming presidential election and the civil unrest happening in this country, how do we get along and work with those who hold political beliefs different than our own? How can we celebrate our commonalities and see ourselves as one nation? Continue Reading

NSCC’s 35th Forum on Tolerance, Incarceration, Time Served, Now What?

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Often, those who have paid their debt to society find themselves stigmatized by having a criminal record. North Shore Community College’s (NSCC) 35th Forum on Tolerance, Incarceration, Time Served, Now What?, focuses on understanding and healing for those reentering the community after a conviction, the community that accepts them, and the criminal justice system as a whole. Continue Reading

NSCC’s 34th Forum on Tolerance, “The Power of Forgiveness”

“The Power of Forgiveness” will be the topic at North Shore Community College’s (NSCC) 34th Forum on Tolerance. The public is invited to this free, two-day, two-campus event that will be held on Thursday, April 23, 7-9pm at the Lynn Campus gym, 300 Broad Street and on Friday, April 24, 10:30am-12:20pm at the Danvers Campus, 1 Ferncroft Road, room DS119. Dr. Sehdev Kumar, a philosopher and historian of science who has written and lectured extensively about Bioethics and Cultural issues globally, will be the speaker at both lectures. Continue Reading

Homelessness is a Social Justice Issue, NSCC’s 33rd Forum on Tolerance

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Who are the Homeless? What are the causes of homelessness and what can be done? Find out the answers to these questions and how you can make a difference at North Shore Community College’s (NSCC) 33rd Forum on Tolerance, Homelessness is a Social Justice Issue. Continue Reading