Wednesday, March 23, 2022
|Free the New Haven Panthers: The New Haven Nine, Yale, and the May Day 1970 Protests That Brought Them Together||12:00am||
The Black Panther movement played a pivotal role in New Haven during the 1970 May Day Rally.
|"Brought It Home: A Continuum"||4:00pm to 10:00pm||
An exhibition of work by MFA artists at the Afro-American Cultural Center
|How Black Women Geniuses Changed the Face of Popular Music Culture||12:00pm to 1:00pm||
With an innovative perspective on the story of Black women in popular music―and who should rightly tell it―Liner Notes for the Revolution pioneers a long-overdue recognition and celebration of Black women musicians as radical intellectuals. Daphne A. Brooks William R.
|The Building Blocks of Consent: Title IX, The Law, and Children||12:00pm to 1:00pm||
Join the Yale Affinity Groups for an interactive workshop to explore the dynamics of consent in relation to healthy relationships, personal boundaries, and sexual misconduct. In addition, the history and application of Title IX laws and policies for K-12 and college students will be provided.