Declared by the United Nations in 2007, this day calls for the importance of centering human rights in the work toward equity.
Also known as the Spring Festival, Chūnjié in Mandarin, Seollal in Korean, and Tết in Vietnamese, Lunar New Year is one the most important holidays among East and Southeast Asian communities
In a wide-ranging talk on this year’s Teach-In theme, “A ‘New Normal’ Just Won’t Do: Intersectionality in the Arts and Communication,” Talusan talked about how her identities shape her art, her teaching, and her world.
We are pleased to announce the relaunch of the Presidential Advisory Group for Community & Equity (PAG), and invite you to be part of this initiative.
Black History Month is a time for acknowledging the culture, heritage, history, contributions, excellence, and joy of Black and African American communities.
The theme of this year’s two-day hybrid event is A New “Normal” Just Won’t Do: Intersectionality in the Arts and Communication.
As an Emerson community, we lament the genocide of more than 6 million Jewish, Roma, Sinti, LGBTQ+, and disabled people whose lives were taken by Nazi persecution, and the scourges of anti-Semitism and fascism.
These gatherings are for individuals who identify as Jewish or Muslim within their religious and/or cultural communities. They are intended for community space, not education or training.
You want to make sure what you’re wearing makes you feel comfortable and confident.
The civil rights movement, led and orchestrated primarily by African Americans, also created a bedrock of legal framing that has benefited people across the country who have and continue to experience injustice.