Another magnificent Black life taken from the world too soon.
This wonderfully robust program has been developed to underscore Emerson’s steadfast commitment to diversity and inclusion
We mourn alongside the families and friends of the victims in these communities and all those who lost their lives or were injured.
In honor of Dr. King’s memory, we invited students and faculty of the School of Communication to reflect on his iconic address, “I Have a Dream.”
Most calls on MLK Day encourage us to reflect backward on what has been done. I would like to charge us to think forward on the work that remains.
The night included performances, live art, and a discussion with Grandmaster Melle Mel.
We recognize that this most recent attack was not an isolated incident, and that there are acts of harm and moments of grief that impact individuals and communities across the globe that never receive news coverage.
Emerson will host Grandmaster Melle Mel (of the Furious Five) and hip-hop historian JayQuan on Wednesday, November 30, for The 40th Annivesary of “The Message” and the Birth of Socially Conscious Hip-Hop
After a period of intentional and increasingly deeper reflection, we’ve decided to name our collective approach for what it truly is: a Social Justice Collaborative.
Emerson Today sat down to talk with Emerson’s new VP for Equity and Social Justice about her vision for Emerson, and what brings her joy.