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CONSTITUTION CAFE: THE IMPORTANCE OF THE CENSUS, JUNE 17

Join Gabriel "Jack" Chin, Edward L. Barrett Jr. Chair of Law, Martin Luther King, Jr. Professor of Law, and Director of Clinical Legal Education, your neighbors, and local experts in a community...

Activist Songbook Virtual Choir #4: We Are Leaders

Inspired by Wei Chen, Mary Yee, and Allison Budschalow By Byron Au Yong and Aaron Jafferis Featuring Jason Chu and Z Bell

We Are Leaders is inspired by Wei Chen and the students of South Philadelphia...

Who is Essential? Race, Culture, and Identity in American Democracy

John Dankosky invites Khalilah Brown-Dean, Political Science Professor at Quinnipiac University, and others to reflect on identity politics at this disorienting time when a new identity has emerged...

Don't Miss: SLAVERY & THE AMERICAN STORY

At 7pm on June 19 please Join Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter and creator of the landmark 1619 Project for The New York Times Magazine Nikole Hannah-Jones in conversation with the host...

Let's Talk about the Juneteenth Celebrations

As we get closer to the Juneteenth Celebrations I checked in with Hanan Hameen, Doctoral Candidate and Founder of the Artsucation Academy Network and the Annual Juneteenth New Haven Celebration with...

Scene On Your Screen, Ep. 8

Get your music fix with new installments of the Activist Songbook Virtual Choir and More or Less I Am, and a Dixwell neighborhood concert. Engage with today's most pressing issues in the Ideas...

SPEAKING YOUR TRUTH FIRST STEPS INTO THE ART OF STORYTELLING WITH MATTHEW DICKS

Internationally bestselling novelist and 46-time Moth StorySLAM and GrandSLAM champion Matthew Dicks teaches the art of personal storytelling in a low stakes, information packed, highly entertaining...

HOUSING AS A HUMAN RIGHT? TACKLING CHALLENGES OF AFFORDABILITY AND DISCRIMINATION

John Dankosky moderates this talk exploring the intersection of housing and democracy with Connecticut experts including Karen DuBois Walton (Executive Director of the Elm City Communities/Housing...

FILM STYLO: STUDENT FILMS FROM THE PANDEMIC - NEW HAVEN AND HONG KONG

Over the past months, students in New Haven and Hong Kong have been simultaneously participating in a stay-at-home filmmaking initiative called Film Stylo, which guides them to create short films...

Interview with Paul Bryant Hudson

Allison Hadley, our Volunteer Coordinator interviews local musician and composer Paul Bryant Hudson about his role in the upcoming panel ‘Slavery and the American Story,' and the role of history,...

CONSTITUTION CAFE: THE CONSTITUTIONAL LIMITS OF THE POLICE USE OF FORCE, JUNE 10

Join Ekow Yankah, law professor at Cardozo School of Law; freedom fighter Kerry Ellington; facilitator Eric Rey, your neighbors, and local experts in a series of community dialogues the...

Stories, Sovereignty, and Imagining Forward

A conversation with Native American artists and leaders who offer their perspective on issues of sovereignty, ancestry, and post-pandemic survival, organized in partnership with theater director...

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