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The BreakBeat Poets Workshop
Open to the Northeastern community, but registration required due to limited space. Register here. Presented by Northeastern University’s Department of English and sponsored by the Northeastern Humanities Center, John D. O’Bryant African-American Institute, Office of Inclusion and Diversity, and Social Justice...
Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion (OIDI)
The Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion promotes the University’s commitment to equal opportunity, affirmative action, diversity and social justice while building a climate of inclusion on and beyond campus. Staff provide leadership by cultivating an inclusive environment that denounces...
LEAD360 builds on the idea that everyone has the capacity to lead. Lead360 is a collection of programs that provide students with the skills and knowledge to succeed as global leaders. Each program serves a unique purpose and will provide...
EMPOWER Student Initiative
The EMPOWER Student Initiative strives to link communities, ignite social consciousness, and inspire leadership among students of color at Northeastern.
Center of Community Service (CCS)
The Center of Community Service (CCS) facilitates diverse service opportunities for Northeastern University to collaborate with local and global communities to learn from and address societal needs. CCS maintains relationships with more than 150 community partners, offering both one-time and ongoing service and...
Film Screening – “And the Rest is Drag…”
Presented in conjunction with An Evening with Shani Mootoo. On Wednesday March 14th there will be a Film Screening of “And the Rest is Drag…” and and “Güerita & Prietita” from 6-8PM in 10 Behrakis Hall as part of the Women Take the Reel Film Festival. View the Trailer below. Sponsored...
The Intersectionality of Struggles
Drawing on our book club discussions on Angela Davis’ Freedom is a Constant Struggle, we hope to highlight Davis’ point on the importance of intersectionality; not only of identities, but of struggles. Structures that exist in our society do not...
February ASL Coffee Chat
Time to get together again!! Interested in trying more free coffee samples?? Then stop by the Starbucks near the Green Line - Arlington Train Station! Another great opportunity to socialize with new and old signing friends! Address: 64 Arlington St,...
Civil rights activist Shaun King outlines strategy for making change happen
“There’s a lot to be furious about,” said Shaun King, the political commentator and civil rights activist. “But I’m also hopeful." King is widely known for using Twitter and Facebook to tell micro-stories of injustice, influencing how people learn of...
Joe McCarthy: Latin Jazz Grammy Award Winner
Come celebrate Joe McCarthy, winner of the Latin Jazz Grammy Award for Latin Jazz Album of the year. McCarthy has led a diverse career as drummer/ percussionist, bandleader, producer and educator in many settings, from symphony orchestra to bebop, big band,...
Tef Poe: Hip-Hop Weaponized Against White Supremacy
Tef Poe is an MC and recording artist, political activist, educator, and media commentator from St. Louis, MO. A tireless advocate for racial justice in America and worldwide, he is a founder of the Hands Up United organization and is currently...
Share the love with refugees
NU React's Valentine's Day event for Refugee Awareness (+ Henna and Donuts!) Join us to have a dialogue on spreading love and solidarity, write letters to refugees, and take a polaroid for our Mosiac of Love project!