From September 15 – October 15, Yale celebrates Latine Heritage Month, in honor of community members with ancestry from Latin America, inclusive of all races and genders. Explore the many groups, events, media, and other opportunities that celebrate our colleagues and classmates.
Be Open to Discussion, Remembrance, and Learning
All Yale community members are invited to engage with the Yale & Slavery Research Project, including attending an upcoming event hosted by Yale University and Divinity School to honor the Reverend James W. C. Pennington ’23 M.A.H. and the Reverend Alexander Crummell ’23 M.A.H. and commemorate the conferral of their M.A. degrees.
Two ways to engage:
Attend the event – Visit Yale’s event webpage to learn more about how to attend the event on September 14 (in person or via livestream) honoring the Reverend James W. C. Pennington ’23 M.A.H. and the Reverend Alexander Crummell ’23 M.A.H.
Explore the Yale & Slavery Research Project website – Learn about upcoming events at the Gilder Lehrman Center, read featured research, review related resources, and more.