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Students spent the afternoon of Friday, October 12, editing and adding Wikipedia pages for screenwriters of color, an event organized by the Iwasaki Library for this year’s Teach-in on Race. … Continue Reading Setting the Wiki Straight
On October 12, Emerson College students and librarians came together to improve entries for one underrepresented topic: screenwriters of color.
Note: The following letter was written by Sylvia Spears, vice president for equity and social justice, and is being published on Emerson Today with the Beacon’s knowled
Emerson’s third annual Teach-in on Race kicked off at the Cutler Majestic Theatre last Friday with a discussion led by scholar, writer, and activist Rachel Kuo, as well as several of Emerson’s most prominent student social justice leaders.
The 2018 Teach-In will be held Friday, October 12, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, beginning with a keynote conversation with activist/educator Rachel Kuo.
Over the past several months we have been questioning what it means to truly engage in social justice work. What is it that we are striving for? What is our … Continue Reading Social Justice Center Community Updates from Sylvia Spears