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Do you know what information you should share with your kids or grandkids to keep them cyber safe?

School’s out, kids are home, and free time is plentiful. Whatever their age, protecting our kids’ online safety is crucial. Find out what you can do to help boost their know-how and keep them safe!

Join us for a fun and interactive Kahoot game about cyber safety for children of all ages. You can win exclusive prizes and learn practical tips to help your kids stay safe this summer and beyond.

Do you know what information you should share with your kids or grandkids to keep them cyber safe?

School’s out, kids are home, and free time is plentiful. Whatever their age, protecting our kids’ online safety is crucial. Find out what you can do to help boost their know-how and keep them safe!

Join us for a fun and interactive Kahoot game about cyber safety for children of all ages. You can win exclusive prizes and learn practical tips to help your kids stay safe this summer and beyond.

Elijah Anderson, author of the newly released Black in White Space: The Enduring Impact of Color in Everyday Life; Provost’s Postdoctoral Scholar at USC Annenberg and U.S. Sports Envoy for Skateboarding and Visiting Fellow in Race, Culture & Community Dr. Neftalie Williams; and renowned dancer and choreographer and assistant professor of physical-theatre at Montclair State University, Stefanie Batten Bland, will have a candid conversation on the nuances of race in physical spaces, moderated by YSC Associate Artistic Director Jennifer Harrison Newman.

Yale Schwarzman Center (YSC) is proud to host five-time Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter, activist, and actor Angélique Kidjo Hon. Music ’15 and her daughter, actor, writer, and multinational performer Naïma Hebrail Kidjo ’15 for an intimate conversation about identity, belonging, forgiveness, and the power of family. This event coincides with the first leg of a global tour of the Kidjos’ new original music theater work, Yemandja.

A roundtable discussion with Robin D.G. Kelley, Derecka Purnell, and Garrett Felber
Moderated by Elizabeth Hinton

Professor Daphne Brooks will discuss her new book “Liner Notes for the Revolution: The Intellectual Life of Black Feminist Sound” (Harvard UP, 2021) which explores more than a century of music archives to examine the critics, collectors, and listeners who have determined perceptions of Black women on stage and in the recording studio. Online, free and open to all with pre-registration. Online, free, and open to all with registration.

Join us for the launch of the Yale IPCH Public Talks: a series dedicated to exploring global perspectives and critical developments that impact cultural heritage preservation. In this inaugural event, this distinguished expert panel will contextualize the highly anticipated John Randle Centre for Yoruba History and Culture within the economic, social, and cultural landscape of Lagos, the most populous city on the African continent.

Join the Yale African American Affinity Group for a National Work & Family Month Discussion with Camille J. Cooper, Ed.D. Camille will discuss the benefits of having a healthy work and family life balance. Today, our families come in all shapes and sizes. Between work, family, and personal life, we all face many responsibilities every day. Which is why finding a healthy balance among them all is so important.

The Black Panther movement played a pivotal role in New Haven during the 1970 May Day Rally. This student-curated exhibit explores the roles of the Black Panthers and Yale in creating a successful protest movement, representing the varying positions and perspectives that Yale affiliates and Black Panther organizers brought to the table in their disparate but related fights for justice and fairness.

Before Oprah, before Arsenio, there was Mr. SOUL! Join the Afro-American Cultural Center and YSC for a screening of the award-winning documentary followed by a discussion with writer/director and former New Haven resident Melissa Haizlip and Yale Professors Thomas Allen Harris and Daphne A. Brooks. The topic will be “Making the Archive Public: Radical History in Public Television.”

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