Cornell and CCE Deliver National curriculum on Social Justice and Military Families
by Keith Tidball, PhD
SR. Ext. Assoc .Dept. of Natural Resources and the Environment, Cornell University
Asst. Director, Cornell Cooperative Extension
I am sharing exciting and important news regarding high-level contributions to the national Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility discourse by Cornell faculty and CCE administration and educators.
Cornell CALS/DNRE faculty member and CCE Assistant Director Keith Tidball is the PI for the Community Capacity Building concentration area, within the Department of Defense and US Department of Agriculture jointly funded Cooperative Agreement called OneOp (formerly the Military Families Learning Network). Keith called upon Cornell Cooperative Extension Assistant Director Eduardo Gonzalez to assist him in developing the Social Justice and Military Families curriculum, part of the annual Military Families Readiness Academy that reaches social workers and practitioners at DoD installations across the US and abroad. Eduardo enlisted colleague Julika von Stackelberg from CCE Orange County, and the team worked well together to produce the following Military Families Readiness Academy (MFRA) interactive educational resources: