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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...
Join us and a panel of environmental activists from on and off campus to deconstruct the power and privilege that continue to exist in the environmental movement. Learn how environmental justice is being intersectionally championed by leaders of color and...
Struggle with the Holidays
Join us for a discussion on how to bring up social justice topics with family members, and deconstruct family dynamics. Food provided. RSVP at email@example.com
Winter Gateway Series – Shaun King
Join us in welcoming activist, writer, and columnist Shaun King as the 2018 Winter Gateway Speaker. During a stimulating conversation, he will share his thoughts on how dialogue and awareness are an indispensable source for extending crucial interactions about social...
For public policy leader, ‘caring about other people is intrinsic to the work we’re doing’
Ted Landsmark joined Northeastern this year as Distinguished Professor of Public Policy and Urban Affairs and the new director of the Kitty and Michael Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy. Ted Landsmark’s current research draws upon efforts by cities...
College of Science Diversity and Inclusion Initiative
The College of Science, in keeping with the mission of Northeastern University, is committed to building and sustaining a diverse, equitable, and inclusive scientific community of faculty, students, and staff that welcomes and respects all persons, regardless of race, gender,...
Examining Colorblindness: A Screening of the Seeing Color Film
Join Documentary Directors Ana Porta’ 17 and Kailyn Gaines’ 18 for the screening of their film - Examining Colorblindness: A Screening of the Seeing Color Short Film Presented by the Social Justice Resource Center. All are welcome! The finale of...
Media Images and Racial Politics in the Age of Trump w/Dr. Bell!
Join Dr. Carole Bell of the College of Arts, Media and Design for her presentation on media and racial politics in this era of Trump. Presented by the Social Justice Resource Center in partnership with the Center for the Arts...
What are You? – A Response from the Misidentified
Join our student panel - “What Are You?”: A Response from the Misidentified Come and talk with our students and Facilitator Jamie Bergeron of the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion about their experiences with and thoughts on misidentification. All...
Whiteness at Home and Abroad: Barriers to Perception
Join the Social Justice Resource Center in partnership with the Social Impact Lab for a workshop on whiteness both here in the United States and around the world. All are welcome! Day one of Peace + Social Justice Week 2017!...