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Join the Asian Network at Yale, LGBTQ Affinity Group, Working Women’s Network, and Yale African American Affinity Group for a book talk with Dalia Kinsey, author of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC-Centered Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Heal Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body Liberation.

Join the Yale African American Affinity Group for a moderated discussion with three local authors: Erica G. Bradley, Don’t Start Dinner Without Us!, Von Narcisse, The Forgotten Prophecy, and Marion Regina Mullings, And I Pray…My Daily Declaration to Walking in My Destiny. The first 30 attendees will receive a copy of one of the speaker’s books. Q&A will follow. This event is open to the public and will be recorded.

Free registration:

In honor of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, join the Working Women’s Network and Yale African American Affinity Group for a book club discussion of Believing: Our Thirty-Year Journey to End Gender Violence by Anita Hill.

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.

Zoom webinar registration:

In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, join Being Well, DiversAbility at Yale Subcommittee on Mental Health, Office for Women in Medicine and Science, Office for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Yale School of Medicine, Women Faculty Forum, Working Women’s Network, WorkLife and Childcare, and Yale African American Affinity Group for a conversation with Marita Golden, author of The Strong Black Woman: How a Myth Endangers the Physical and Mental Health of Black Women.

Exploring the many facets of diversity, this program examines cultural differences, as well as differences in age, gender, marital status, and sexual orientation. This session also explores the benefits of diversity in the workforce as well as effective ways to achieve a safe and equal workplace.

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Join the Yale African American Affinity Group and Indigenous Leaders at Yale for a discussion with Shonda Buchanan, author of award-winning memoir, Black Indian. All attendees will have a chance to win a free copy of Black Indian. This event will be recorded.

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