While Juneteenth celebrates the emancipation from slavery, it also reminds us that words alone – or the naming of a holiday – will not bring about equal justice in our country.
In Boston this weekend? Here are five events to help you celebrate freedom and learn more about day
While most art houses, commercial theaters, and independent cinemas understand this, they are not equally accessible or accommodating for movie-goers.
Shaya joins Emerson at a unique moment to help align the Institution’s leadership and vision with the College’s equity and social justice initiatives.
As we close the 2021-2022 academic year, we would like to share a few final updates regarding the College’s Community Equity Action Plan:
McCoy was invited to deliver the keynote speech for this year’s Social Justice Academy, an initiative of Intercultural Student Affairs and the Center for Spiritual Life, with a theme this year of intersectionality in social justice.
The entire Emerson Community is invited to an open presentation and question and answer session with each of the finalists over Zoom.
Next week, the Social Justice Academy, in collaboration with Intercultural Student Affairs and the Center for Spiritual Life, will host Yavilah McCoy for a 2-day visit centered on the theme of “Deepening Equity and Justice Across Intersections of Racism & Antisemitism.”
“There’s a lot of history in our country that is deeply uncomfortable to look at … This is central to our experience; this is our history. This isn’t an aberration.”
The discussion broached topics of personal care, discovering (and rediscovering) yourself, and art as a form of activism.