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- On Tuesday, January 25 at 12:30 pm, Maison Francaise presents New Utopias: Can We Heal the Wounds of the Past? The virtual panel discussing the degree to which the legacy of prejudice and discrimination continues to shape political institutions and power relations today, and the efforts aimed at reconciling with the past. How do we come to terms with this shared violent past, what are the effects of experiencing it? How do we move foward?
- On Tuesday, January 25 at 6 pm is Barnard College’s Lewis-Ezekoye Distinguished Lecture in Africana Studies: Black Feminism in Space. Dr. Chanda Prescod-Weinstein discusses her research and advocacy for marginalized people in physics and astronomy. How can we imagine leaving Earth’s surface and making a livable home elsewhere when we can’t even get it right here? Black feminism provides a framework for thinking about living in good relations with each other on earth’s surface and beyond.
- On Wednesday, January 26 at 6 pm is SPARK with Kamal Sinclair :: On Imagining New Futures. Kamal Sinclair is making the world more beautiful as the Executive System Co-Leader of the Guild of Future Architects. The conversation will touch on how we can get to work building the world we want to live in, discuss the art and practice of future architecture and the potential for transformational impact to advance justice, inclusion and shared prosperity.
- On Friday, January 28 at 12:15 pm is Celebrating Recent Work: Iconoclasm by David Freedberg. The book deals with destruction of images by religious, political, and military extremists. The event will discuss censorship, cancel culture, American culture wars of the early 1990s, government repression in modern South Africa, and many other topics.
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