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Yale Japanese American WWII Incarceration Day of Remembrance with Frank Sato

The Yale Japanese American Students Union and Asian American Cultural Center invite the Yale community to commemorate the 78th anniversary of President Roosevelt’s signing of Executive Order 9066, which led to the incarceration of 120,000 Americans of Japanese descent in U.S. concentration camps during World War II. Yale’s 2020 Day of Remembrance will feature a fireside chat with Mr. Frank Sato, former Inspector General of the Departments of Transportation and Veterans Affairs. At age 13, Mr.

"Transcend": Yale Well Lecture with Scott Barry Kaufman

Scott Barry Kaufman Ph.D., psychologist and author of “Transcend: The New Science of Self-Actualization”, in a conversation with Kimberly Goff-Crews, secretary and vice president for university life. How can we reimagine Maslow’s hierarchy of needs in order to realize our full potential and live a more creative, fulfilled, and connected life?
A brown bag lunch is available to take-out for the first 100 attendees.

Contemporary Conversations & Book Signings with Caylin Louis Moore

Caylin Louis Moore grew up in the Compton and South-Central Los Angeles area of California where dreaming big was risky. Today, he is a 25-year-old who overcame a troubled childhood to become a Rhodes Scholar. A Dream Too Big is an eye-opening, inspirational story, that contrary to what others told him, there is no such thing as a dream too big. Moore will be at Saint Thomas More on Thursday to talk about his memoir and will be at Mory’s for a meet and greet. Books will be available for signing and purchase.

Is God Is

Is God Is
By Aleshea Harris
Directed By Christopher D. Betts
“You so mad.
Ain’t you? I wanna step on something for once. See what it feel like. Must feel good.”
Their mother’s dying wish jump starts the blood-soaked journey of scorned sisters Anaia and Racine. Is God Is is a modern myth about twin sisters who sojourn from the Dirty South to the California desert to exact righteous revenge against their father in an epic saga.

Argentine Tango Beginner's Bootcamp

Don’t miss out on our Beginner’s Bootcamp! Join us for a 3-hour workshop to learn and practice the fundamentals of tango. This boot-camp will be lead by Robin Thomas, a renowned instructor who has plenty of experience teaching students of all levels! Bootcamp participants may enroll in Weekly Sunday Tango Classes and join Special Tango Workshops! All is welcome, no previous experience or partner needed! Just come dance! Facebook event for full details and registration.

Lunarfest 2020

Lunarfest is a celebration of the Lunar New Year and Chinese culture, offering arts and cultural programs for adults and children throughout the city of New Haven and at Yale. Special events are programmed in January and February, but save the date for the big day on Saturday, February 8, 2020, which kicks off with a parade at 10:00AM along Church Street and Whitney Avenue (between Elm and Trumbull Street). Then head indoors to visit many or all of our venues with special activities and programs featuring food, art, music, literature, and dance.

Community, Cops and Culture

The Connecticut FBI Outreach Team, Yale Police Department, New Haven Police Department, and Connecticut State Police invite the public to a unique event called Community, Cops and Culture which is designed to build and strengthen relationships between ethnic communities and law enforcement. The project is intended to raise respect and tolerance for diversity through cultural education and interaction with police officers.

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