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Upcoming Events

Our Muses: Art & The Family Archive

Our Muses

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Emerging Scholars/Creatives Series: Black Feminisms​

Emerging Scholars Black Feminism

Film Screening & Discussion​ of the documentary "Black Feminist" and its Relevance to Theory, Culture, and Art with Maiya Sinclair (co-producer, resident critical race analyst) 

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Making the World More Bearable: A Reading and Conversation with Poet Danez Smith

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A Conversation with Ifejie Akinyela & Jennifer Gardner

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Being Black and Queer: Challenging Misconceptions and Making Room

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​Zakkiyyah Najeebah Dumas-O'Neal: "A Line Into Infinity"
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​​Stop the Violence: Pathways to Justice and Police Accountability in Chicago Communities of Color

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Sara Scriven: The Arrests of Pauli Murray ​​

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  1. Study Abroad Info Session: Mérida: Language, History, and Culture in the Yucatan

     Study Abroad Info Session: Mérida: Language, History, and Culture in the Yucatan

    Mérida is an in-person 10-week study abroad program in Winter 2022. It focuses on community engagement, Spanish language, and Maya humanities. Meet Professor Marcia Good,...

    Study Abroad Info Session: Mérida: Language, History, and Culture in the Yucatan
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