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2023 Yale University MLK Commemoration feat. Martin Luther King III

The Yale University and Greater New Haven communities are invited to attend this year’s MLK Commemoration that honors the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. We are pleased to announce that Martin Luther King III will serve as this year’s keynote speaker.

Registration is required.

Please note that Woolsey Hall requires guests to wear masks.

Maker of a Kindly Permanence

Maker of a Kindly Permanence is an exhibit that celebrates Yale’s Oral History of American Music. Included are objects and recordings from OHAM’s earliest days as well as more recent materials, including contributions from Yale PhD student Ambre Dromgoole whose work studies early Black women gospel musicians. There will be an opening reception on February 2 from 4:00 to 5:30.
Curated by Ambre Dromgoole and Libby Van Cleve; and Richard Boursy (organizing curator)

Gender and Policy Forum: Ending Violence Against Women

Violence negatively affects women’s general well-being and prevents women from fully participating in society. Panelists will consider a new type of violence: online gender-based violence and will focus on the challenges in conceptualization and measurement. It will also consider ways to prevent and eliminate online harassment and violence.
• Tamara Martínez, Coordinator for Equality of Gender, National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM)

Lunarfest 2023

The Yale-China Association, in partnership with the New Haven Museum, Town Green District, New Haven Free Public Library, and the City of New Haven, is proud to host the 11th Annual Lunarfest in New Haven, Connecticut, on Saturday, January 28, 2023. Lunarfest, the largest celebration of Lunar New Year and Chinese culture in Connecticut, is one of New Haven’s premiere cultural events, promoting cross-cultural awareness and understanding and embracing community collaborations.

27th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Legacy of Social & Environmental Justice

Join the Peabody, the CT Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP), and the New Haven Museum for the 27th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Legacy of Social and Environment Justice—two days of free, hybrid events made possible through the generous support of our Presenting Corporate Sponsor Citizens™.
Our celebration will be held in-person for the first time since 2020. Space is limited at both venues, so advanced registration is strongly recommended.
We’ll also be live-streaming and you can join us on Zoom by visiting our website and registering:

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