The conversation touched on intersectionality, authenticity, and the power of showing up.
Jasmine Hawkins ’23 worked since her first semester at Emerson to put on the show.
The salon pays homage to the literary salons of the Harlem Renaissance.
A Global Pathways trip to Ecuador inspired the students to create the program.
“We’re hoping the Teach-In allows individuals, organizations, and offices in different areas of our college to see that they are not working in isolation,” coordinator Tuesda Roberts said.
The vending machine is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week in the Little Building mailroom.
Rangel helped C-SPAN with its U.S. Supreme Court and election coverage.
“This is maybe the coolest program ever to feature my music,” said Scott Wheeler.
“At its core, Old Jake’s Skirts is about community,” said Joshua Rashon Streeter, MA ‘08, director of the show.
Bou is looking to create a more culturally diverse pipeline into the speech-language pathology profession.