For Black History Month (and the rest of the year), we compiled a sampling of novels, essay and poem collections, journalism, YA books, films, and TV series produced by Emerson faculty and alumni.
Sam Cornish was Boston’s first poet laureate and a guide and mentor to generations of young voices as a longtime Emerson faculty member.
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.
President Lee Pelton joined a round table conversation for NBC Boston’s “An Education in Equity” from classroom to career program, joined by fellow Bostonian leaders Linda Dorcena Forry, Danielson Tavares, and Michael Holley, hosted by alum Latoyia Edwards ’98.
Ms. Elma Ina Lewis ’43 was one of Boston’s most important Black female luminaries in the arts, education, and civil rights work.
Set and filmed in South Los Angeles, Black Kung Fu Chick is a coming-of-age story that mirrors the lives of many teenage Black girls whose dreams are deferred by responsibilities they must shoulder.
While we aren’t able to gather in person to celebrate Black History Month this year, Emerson organizations are offering a variety of places to come together online to honor and … Continue Reading Emerson Celebrates Black History Month: Events Throughout February
The Emerson College Police Department is committed to working with all members of the Emerson Community to create a safe and secure campus environment.
Throughout Black History Month, we’ll be highlighting historic Black Emersonians who, over the past century, have planted the seeds of justice through their contributions to the arts and communication.
On Friday, 29 January, more than 60 members of the Emerson community met to re-affirm the College’s commitment to creating a culture of equity and anti-racism at Emerson.