Phantom Africa: A Discussion with Brent Hayes Edwards ♥ ★

Phantom Africa: A Discussion with Brent Hayes Edwards Date: Thursday, May 20, 2021 Time: TBA Brent Hayes Edwards is the Peng Family Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University, where he is also affiliated with the Center for Jazz Studies and the Institute for Comparative Literature and Society. He will present his recent [...]

Phantom Africa: A Discussion with Brent Hayes Edwards ♥ ★2021-01-20T11:01:46-08:00

1st Annual BMA Conference: Empowered to Lead, Equipped to Succeed ♥ ★

1st Annual BMA Conference: Empowered to Lead, Equipped to Succeed May 1, 2021 9:00-3:00 p.m. Join us for the first annual Merage School Black Management Association Conference. This year’s conference theme is Empowered to Lead, Equipped to Succeed. There will be four focused sessions to bring this theme to life. Hear from industry leaders making an [...]

1st Annual BMA Conference: Empowered to Lead, Equipped to Succeed ♥ ★2021-04-13T16:57:59-07:00

AICRE + PHILOSOPHY ♥ ★

AICRE + PHILOSOPHY Rather than remain silent on race, Western philosophy has often situated African and Black life particularly as degraded, an exception, or outside life itself. What genealogies have enabled and continue this history? What genealogies, both within the academy and without, offer us tools for resistance? Aiming to cultivate vocabularies at precisely this [...]

AICRE + PHILOSOPHY ♥ ★2021-04-02T16:49:20-07:00

Shakespeare and Black Life: Actor Jeremie Harris in Conversation with Jehbreal Jackson ’20 ♥ ★

Kirk Davis Jr. Public Shakespeare Lecture In this public conversation, Jeremie Harris will discuss his role as Claudio in New York Public Theatre’s 2019 production of Much Ado About Nothing, which featured an all-Black cast and was set in Atlanta during Stacy Abrams’ campaign for governor of Georgia. We will share clips from the production. Mr. [...]

Shakespeare and Black Life: Actor Jeremie Harris in Conversation with Jehbreal Jackson ’20 ♥ ★2021-04-01T11:07:16-07:00

Daunte Wright – A Death in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota ♥ ★ ✚

Dear campus community, Daunte Wright joins a lengthening and disheartening list of unarmed Black people who have been killed in police custody. The time and place may be different, but the conclusion is the same: another life is taken. This loss, like others, ripples through an ocean of grieving families, friends and communities. The survivors [...]

Daunte Wright – A Death in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota ♥ ★ ✚2021-04-16T12:37:29-07:00

Politics of Language Speaker Series, featuring Dr. Talisha Haltiwanger Morrison ♥ ★ ✚

Join the Center for Excellence in Writing & Communication for the Spring quarter presentation of our Politics of Language Speaker Series, featuring Dr. Talisha Haltiwanger Morrison! Dr. Morrison’s talk will take place on Friday, April 16th from 10 am-11 am (Pacific Time). Registration for the event is required; access the Zoom registration at our Campus [...]

Politics of Language Speaker Series, featuring Dr. Talisha Haltiwanger Morrison ♥ ★ ✚2021-04-02T10:06:57-07:00

The Suppliants Project ♥ ★

Dramatic readings of scenes from Aeschylus' The Suppliants as a catalyst for powerful discussions about immigration and the refugee crisis. About this Event The Suppliants Project presents dramatic readings by acclaimed actors of scenes from Aeschylus’ play The Suppliants—an ancient tragedy about fifty female refugees who seek asylum in the ancient city of Argos, and [...]

The Suppliants Project ♥ ★2021-04-01T11:03:16-07:00

Amplify Womxn of UCI: Hearing Our Stories IV ♥ ★

About Amplify Womxn of UCI The Amplify series was inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement. Erica Turley-De Villa and Tanya Zabalegui, two of our board members for A&PW envisioned a form of storytelling that would provide a space for womxn of UCI to be heard. As Erica and Tanya began sharing their idea with individuals across campus, the [...]

Amplify Womxn of UCI: Hearing Our Stories IV ♥ ★2021-03-19T12:27:31-07:00

Anti-Blackness: Difficult Dialogues Series | “We Charge Genocide!” The Mental and Physical Tolls of Racial Battle Fatigue among Black People ♥ ✚

Join the UC Irvine School of Social Sciences Office of Faculty Development and Diversity for Anti-Blackness: Difficult Dialogues Series "We Charge Genocide!" The Mental and Physical Tolls of Racial Battle Fatigue among Black People featuring William A. Smith, Professor and Department Chair, Education, Culture and Society, University of Utah Wednesday, March 31, 2021 12:00-1:30 p.m. [...]

Anti-Blackness: Difficult Dialogues Series | “We Charge Genocide!” The Mental and Physical Tolls of Racial Battle Fatigue among Black People ♥ ✚2021-03-25T02:07:50-07:00

The Black Index | The Dark Database: Facial Recognition and its “Failure” to Enroll ♥ ★

Thursday, January 21, 2021 - 3:15pm to 4:30pm The Dark Database: Facial Recognition and its "Failure" to Enroll Dennis Delgado, artist, with Calvin John Smiley, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Hunter College. Hosted by The Hunter College Art Galleries. https://vimeo.com/504982185  

The Black Index | The Dark Database: Facial Recognition and its “Failure” to Enroll ♥ ★2021-03-15T09:38:13-07:00
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