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Student Event Spotlight

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  • On Monday, March 22nd at 1 pm, the Heyman Center is hosting Reparations on a Global Scale, the second event in the On the Possibility and Impossibility of Reparations for Slavery and Colonialism series. Speakers include Ralph Wilde, Vasuki Nesiah, Ahmed Reid and Keston Perry.
  • On Tuesday, March 23rd at 6 pm, ICLS, the Weatherhead East Asian Institute, and the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures present The Future Repeats Itself: Historical Roots of Anti-Chinese Animus in the time of COVID. Keynote speaker Ari Larissa Heinrich will discuss the long history of anti-Asian bias in epidemics—culminating with Covid-19.
  • On Wednesday, March 24th at 7 pm, CUIIN x SDG Columbia as will host University Professor Jeffrey Sachs for a Fireside Chat. He is the Director of the Center for Sustainable Development at Columbia University, bestselling author, President of the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network, SDG Advocate for UN Secretary-General, and widely recognized as an innovative and effective economist in addressing complex challenges. 
  • On Thursday, March 25th at 5 pm Barnard Dining will host a live Zoom cooking demo with Adriana Urbana, entrepreneur and three-time Chopped Champion.Sign up now for this free cooking demo and exclusive Q&A session, and don’t forget to pick up your recipe kit via Boost (Liz’s Place or Diana Center Market)! 
  • On Thursday, March 25th at 7 pm CPU and CORE will host educator and founder of Khan Academy Sal Khan. Khan will discuss entrepreneurship and education spaces in this special Q&A session. 
  • On Friday, March 26th at 12 pm the sixth edition of the Pandemic Panels will discuss Hong Kong and the Umbrella Movement. Cross-media artist, researcher, curator and writer Wen Yau will speak of the challenges of creating work under the pandemic, and engaging with social justice movements around the world.
  • On Friday, March 26th at 1 pm Sydnie L. Mosley and SLMDances will lead a workshop on radical joy. Through games, movement, and other technologies, they will honor where joy resides in our bodies and our lives and how we can use this as a tool to shape the future.

Try and tell me this image doesn’t bring you joy. You can’t. via Bwog Archive.