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NU Faculty Women of Color Lunch Discussion
Led by Nicole Aljoe, Associate Professor of English and Director of African American Studies RSVP for the event: https://provostweb.wufoo.com/forms/z8u1owe0omwta3/
‘Resistant Currents’ At Boston Center For The Arts Explores The Ebb And Flow Of Migration
It is a simple installation of green and red LED wires strung up in a darkened space to suggest a room with four doorways. The piece is entitled “Trespassers” (in French, the term “tres passer” could also mean “many passes...
They donate literacy around the world
For the past four years, Seema and Suraj Korumilli have created libraries and donated school supplies to children around the world as part of their pledge to improve literacy. Now the two Northeastern students have donated 30 computers to a...
A newborn baby dies in Ghana every 15 minutes, this researcher is doing something about it
Northeastern University doctoral candidate Solomon Mensah is traveling through Ghana and India this month on a quest to address a critical health need in the developing world: helping babies breathe. Mensah co-founded Therapeutic Innovations in 2014 with the goal of...
AS United: Rice Sticks and Tea Volunteer
Details: Date: July 14th Saturday Meet at Krentzmen and walk: 7am ( 30min walk) Or meet at the Arlington Street Church: 7:30am ( 10min T ride on greenline E Lechmere get off at Arlington) Arlington Street Church: 351 Boylston, accessible...
Documentary Days: “The Problem with Apu”
Film Title: The Problem with Apu Topic: Race, media and pop culture This series will allow for students, faculty, and staff to come together and view documentaries and engage with one another in dialogue. Each week, the selected documentary will...
Documentary Days: “The Look of Silence”
Topic: Human rights and war This series will allow for students, faculty, and staff to come together and view documentaries and engage with one another in dialogue. Each week, the selected documentary will touch on a theme related to identity...
Documentary Days: “Paris is Burning”
Topic: Race, class, gender and sexuality This series will allow for students, faculty, and staff to come together and view documentaries and engage with one another in dialogue. Each week, the selected documentary will touch on a theme related to...
CUP and LASO Present: A Conversation with Ally Brooke
CUP Presents: A Conversation with Ally Brooke April 2, 2018 @ 7:00pm Doors: 6:30pm Location: Blackman Auditorium FREE, NU+1 Backpacks and bags larger than 12”x 12”x12” will NOT be permitted. Tickets available on myNortheastern starting 3/28/18 @ 7:00pm Sponsored by...
Improvisation & Diasporic Memory
Time: 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM Location: Cabral Center Sponsored By: Northeastern University's Department of Cultures, Societies and Global Studis Contact: Stefanie Rich (firstname.lastname@example.org) More Information: https://aliciadiazdmfa.com/ In this performative lecture, dance artist Alicia Díaz will engage in an improvised dialogue with percussionist Héctor “Coco”...
Community Forum & Screening “Black Panther”
2:30PM: Attend an afternoon private screening of the historic, block-buster film, Black Panther. Ticket cost: $5.00 Regal Fenway Stadium Movie Theatre 201 Brookline Avenue Screening RSVP& Info: email@example.com Open to the public -- 6PM: Join us for a wide-ranging discussion...
Bahay Kubo 2018
Doors open at 6:30pm Tickets are free and available on eventbrite (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bahay-kubo-tickets-43038941633?aff=es2) Guest performances by: Jeremy Passion and Iskwelahang Pilipino Rondalla Supported by the SAF and OGS ----------- Barkada is proud to present our annual cultural show - Bahay Kubo...