Conversations We Care About

Converging Pandemics

In recognition of ongoing racism and anti-Black violence in our country, the Hop is pausing its communication this week in support of this symposium organized by the Department of African and African-American Studies and Department of Theater.

We are one of the many in solidarity with this and other important initiatives happening across campus.

Wed, June 17, 6–8 pm ET

Converging Pandemics:
Black Life in A State of Emergency

A discussion with Esther Armah (Executive Director, The Armah Institute of Emotional Justice), Ruha Benjamin (Associate Professor of African American Studies, Princeton University) and Che Gossett (Writer and Helena Rubinstein Fellow, Whitney Museum of American Art), moderated by Joshua Bennett (Department of English and Creative Writing) and Monica White Ndounou (Department of Theater).

Sponsored by the Department of African and African American Studies, the Department of Theater, and many in solidarity.

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Race and Racism: Dartmouth Community Conversations
Organized by Dartmouth Alumni Relations

Thu, June 18, 7 pm ET

A discussion with Dartmouth professors William Cheng and Trica Keaton and Associate Dean Barbara Will on educators and race, how racism affects careers and opportunities, and how the Dartmouth community can support educators and students of color.

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