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Campus Exhibit Commemorates Black Panther Party and Young Lords Party
Curated by Professors Chris Tinson, Wilson Valentín-Escobar, and Research Librarian Alana Kumbier, the exhibit focuses on the organizing efforts of these influential political organizations
Eric Gottesman's Political-Art Campaign 'For Freedoms' Earns ICP Infinity Award and Residency at MoMA/PS1
Gottesman and project partner Hank Willis Thomas are honored by the International Center of Photography with the leading award for achievement in photography and the visual arts
Smithsonian Curator to Speak about 'For Whom It Stands: The Flag and the American People'
Michelle Joan Wilkinson will highlight examples of flag-related objects from the National Museum of African American History and Culture, where her projects relate to contemporary black life
Endowed Fund for Research on Women Created in Memory of Hampshire Parent, Trustee Helen Astin
In honor of his late wife, Hampshire parent Alexander “Sandy” Astin has established The Helen S. Astin Fund for Research on Women
NYC Latina Activist to Speak at Hampshire
Community activist Iris Morales rose to prominence in the Vietnam War era as one of the first female members of the revolutionary Latin@/Latinx organization the Young Lords Party
'Made In America' Views Prison Labor Through Contemporary Art Lens
Hampshire College Art Gallery exhibit joins national dialogue on the local histories of incarcerated people and the impacts of mass incarceration
Five College Program Offers Certificate in Reproductive Justice
Program spans disciplines across the Five Colleges and encompasses reproductive health care, welfare policy, gender justice, and adoption
Community Organizers Page and Carruthers Speak on 'Resisting Racial Violence'
Eqbal Symposium talk was part of a week of events themed 'Looking Back, Moving Forward,' continuing a year of focus on the College’s commitment to undo racism
Muhammad Delivers Eqbal Lecture on Race and Policing
Harvard Kennedy School Professor explores the question, "How did liberals with the best of intentions build prison America?"
Social-Justice Interns Work on the Front Lines of Immigration, Poverty, Health, Reproductive Rights, Global Warming
Some 50 students report back on their summer internships served around the country and the world
Talks on Race, Policing, and Racial Violence Part of Week Focused on Undoing Racism
Week of activities aimed at supporting communities of color includes annual Eqbal Lecture and Symposium, open to the public
Friends of Alum Sander Thoenes, Slain as a Journalist, Dedicate Memorial to Inspire World Citizens
His friends name a bus stop in memory of his frequently exploring the Five Colleges, and as a metaphor for his constantly exploring the world
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