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Student Event Spotlight
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- On Monday, March 15th at 8 pm EST, join the first event of CARDS and CEP’s Barnard College Accessibility Week 2021. “Weaving Crip, Mad, Queer, Trans Dreams: Disability Justice for Our Futures and Our Freedom” is the keynote speech featuring Lydia X. Z. Brown, focused on Disability Justice and it’s radical power.
- On Tuesday, March 16th at 6 pm EST, a panel of writers will discuss Ntozake Shange, Black feminist activism and collectivity. “Creation Is Everything You Do: Shange, The Sisterhood & Black Collectivity” features speakers Patricia Spears Jones, Mecca Jamiliah Sullivan, Courtney Thorsson. The event will be introduced Bisa Williams, Shange’s sister, and moderated by Barnard’s Monica Miller and Alexandra Watson.
- On Wednesday, March 17th at 1 pm EST, the first webinar of the “On the Possibility and Impossibility of Reparations for Slavery and Colonialism” series will be held. It will feature Howard Rechavia-Taylor and Anna Schirrer, Professor David Scott, with keynotes in conversation Katherine Franke and Jovan Scott Lewis.
- On Thursday, March 18th at 1 pm EST, The Domestic Gaze will hold a special bonus episode focused on women’s rights during the pandemic, as we enter its second year. “The Domestic Gaze: The Fight for Women’s Rights” will feature Alexis J. Hoag, Terry McGovern, and Vibhu Krishna.
- On Friday, March 19th at 2 pm, the last even of Barnard’s Accessibility Week will be held. “Ableism in The Classroom, Academia, and Society: How To Create or Facilitate More Inclusive Environments” is a workshop led by Selise Bourla, BC ’23 Speaking Fellow and psychology major. It will explore inclusive spaces, practices, and universal design.
Harlem WPA Street Dance via New York Public Library’s Public Domain Archive