Upcoming Events

Upcoming Partnership Events

 

See other diversity-related events below.

Callie Crossley '73: "From #MeToo to #NotMe: Musings on Silence Breakers, Reckonings, and Backlash"

Tuesday, April 17, 2018, 4pm.  Location: Library Lecture Room

A lecture from alumna Callie Crossley '73. Callie Crossley is the Host of Under the Radar with Callie Crossley, which airs on WGBH, 89.7 FM Sundays from 6-7pm. Ms. Crossley is a Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow, guest lecturing at colleges and universities about media literacy, media and politics and the intersection of race, gender, and media.

Clennon King & Mimi Jones: Screening and Conversation of Passage at St. Augustine

Tuesday, May 8, 2018, 4pm. Location: Collins Cinema

A screening and conversation of Passage at St. Augustine with Documentary Filmmaker, Clennon King, and Civil Rights Activist, Mimi Jones. Reception to follow.

Passage at St. Augustine: Trailer

Film/Documentary and Cultural Program Series for Adults and Children

Cosponsored by the Wellesley Free Library

And Make Sure to Join us for our Upcoming Community Conversations Events!

 

 

Other Diversity-Related Events

Babson College Diversity and Inclusion Speakers Series:

Cynthia Enloe, Research Professor, International Development, Community, and Environment, Clark University, "What Do the #MeToo Revelations Tell Us about Women and Wars?"    

Tuesday, April 24, 7pm, Location TBD. Sponsored by Diversity and Inclusion, Office of the President

The deluge of exposes about diverse men harassing and assaulting women in the workplace has galvanized women worldwide, but those revelations have been treated as if they have nothing to do with international politics.  That is a serious missed opportunity. Join renowned scholar of gender, militarization, and war, Cynthia Enloe, for a lively discusssion at the intersections of gender, international politics, and war.

Yanvalou Drum and Dance Ensemble Spring Concert:

May 5, 2018, 7:30pm. Location: Jewett Auditorium.

Yanvalou Drum and Dance Ensemble will perform the folkloric music and dance of Africa, as it exists today and throughout the African Diaspora, particularly in Haiti, Ghana, Zimbabwe, and Brazil.

 

Please join us for the upcoming World of Wellesley Series:

Race: The Power of an Illusion    Community viewing and dialogue

Part 1 Is Race Real?    Tuesday, March 6, 2018     6:30-9pm (film begins at 7)

Part 2 The Story We Tell about Race   Tuesday, March 13, 2018   6:30-9pm (film begins at 7)

Part 3  Does Race Effect Our lives?  Tuesday, March 20, 2018 6:30-9pm (film begins at 7)

Location: Wellesley Community Center, 219 Washington Street

Accessible to everyone! Please RSVP for each night you can attend. Come to one or all three sessions.  Refreshments will be served.

Any questions? Please contact worldofwellesley@yahoo.com

 

To add events pertaining to Diversity & Inclusion, email partnerships@wellesley.edu