A Space for Grief and Reflection, acknowledged losses and complexities of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Members of the Emerson community came together this week to condemn and mourn the March 16 murder of eight people in Atlanta, including six Asian women, as well as violence across the country and the world.
A panel of Emerson artists gathered last week as part of the 2021 Teach-In on Race to talk about how creatives are finding their place through the twin pandemics of COVID-19 and white supremacy
What I hope it does is increase people’s comfort level around their willingness to address subjects that are often uncomfortable.”
This year’s Social Justice Academy Friday, March 5, with a conversation around mass incarceration and the school-to-prison pipeline with keynote speaker Raymond Santana of the Exonerated Five.
Emerson’s Social Justice Academy this year is highlighting the conversation around mass incarceration and abolition, hosting a variety of events that will run through March 8.
As the Emerson community mobilized over the summer to make sure students could safely return to classes in the fall, Jason Meier, director of student engagement and leadership (SEAL), needed to figure out how they could participate in the roughly 100 student organizations in this new COVID-inflected campus.
Emerson’s Writing, Literature and Publishing (WLP) department brought together a panel of journalists and media makers earlier this month to talk about how the media should be covering the pandemic and the political landscape in this emotionally and politically charged election year.
The Bright Lights Film Series will resume its screenings online for Fall 2020 with a wide range of documentaries focused on tackling different, intersecting social justice issues.
The 2020 Spirit of Emerson Award winners are Sivan Amir ’20 and Pedro Noah Espinola ‘21, and the Robert Colby Kindness Award winner is Acacia Santos.