Since the March 3, 2021, Update on Community Equity Action Plan, additional steps have been taken in response to the #ESOCWeekOfAction Demands.
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
The Emerson Prison Initiative changes lives.
Dr. Eve Ewing talked about the theories that underpin all her work, whether academic, literary, or theatrical.
To the Asian American and Pacific Islander members of our community, we see you and commit ourselves to your support, protection, and aid.
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.
The theme of this year’s event, which is open to the entire Emerson community, is The Year of Living Dangerously: Equity, Self-Care, and the Pursuit of Justice.
Writing, Literature, and Publishing associate professor and Elma Lewis Distinguished Fellow Jabari Asim wrote a piece about reading Dr. Seuss’ books to his son at library, updating it this week as six books will now discontinue publishing as they contain racist content.
A newly established communications working group drawn from across the College will provide periodic and regular progress updates on our community equity plan.