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One, Episode 16: Jared Newman (Video Premiere)

In episode #16 of the Schwarzman Center web series, O​ne, English major Jared Newman YC’20 talks with Laurie Gomez YC’22 about his senior thesis project in creative writing. His poetry anthology, entitled The Wisconsin Glacier, explores a breakage from life as we know it, confronting the influences of boredom, distraction, and attention – themes especially relevant in a time of physical distance.

Good Society Forum: The Power of Youth Voice in Creating a Good Society

Recent social movements such as Black Lives Matter and climate campaign activism have shown the powerful positive impact on the world when young people find their voice and a sense of purpose. However, many young people in the UK (and around the world) are disempowered by the systems and structures that are intended to support them. Young people’s mental wellbeing is a serious and growing concern in UK schools with one in six children aged 5-16 years now identified as having a probable mental disorder.

VIRTUAL: Higher Education in China & the U.S.: The Past, Present and Future of Chinese Students Studying Abroad and at Yale

Pericles Lewis, Vice President for Global Strategy and Vice Provost for Academic Initiatives at Yale University, and Ning Zhang, the former Deputy Secretary-General of the China Scholarship Council, will share their insights as part of the “Higher Education in China & the U.S.” series held by Yale Center Beijing on January 22 (EST).

Folding the Map on Segregation, Virtual Talk by Tonika Johnson

In this virtual conversation, Tonika Johnson will discuss how she came to use her creativity to explore urban segregation in Chicago with her Folded Map project and how it can serve as a resource for understanding, an empathy generator, and a conduit for action.
Register in advance for this meeting:–srzwvGNZnFzkwAZ0KR-xngo9tbf…

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

VIRTUAL: 25th Annual MLK Celebration: Family Programs hosted by the New Haven Museum

Experience the enduring power of storytelling by participating in this annual tradition of honoring Dr. King through stories and song. Learn about and engage with his legacy through fables and a captivating program the whole family can enjoy. Featuring Clifton Graves (Chicken and the Eagle, The Creation), Joy Donaldson (Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in Word), and Waltrina Kirkland-Mullins. Dr. Robbie Thomas will also join us for a reading of her children’s book “Mommy, Why Am I Different?”

VIRTUAL: 25th Annual MLK Celebration: Birds in Your Backyard--A Collections Tour of Winter CT Birds

Curious about the winter birds you see outside your window? Join Museum staff from our Vertebrate Zoology Division and Education Department to learn about the native bird species you can find in your backyard this
season. Three of our experts will take you on a guided, behind-the-scenes tour through one of the country’s richest bird collections.

Live English captioning will be provided.

VIRTUAL: 25th Annual MLK Celebration: Welcome and Opening Reflections

Join the visionary and founding members of the annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Legacy of Social and Environmental Justice as they welcome the community to this year’s virtual festival and offer a brief history of the event.

Following their introduction, we’ll host a roundtable discussion focused on the arts in movement building and organizing for climate justice and racial equity.

Live English captioning will be provided.

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