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VIRTUAL: Belonging at Yale Series - Belonging: Do we need a deeper exploration?

The Future Leaders of Yale, Office of Diversity and Inclusion and Belonging at Yale invite you to the Belonging at Yale Series. This three-event series will focus on belonging in a complex workplace. These events will explore what the new term of belonging at an organization means and offer diverse experiences and pathways to show and be authentic in a workspace.

The first part of this series will take place on Friday, October 27th, 2023 from 12:00-1:00PM around the topic of “Belonging: Do we need a deeper exploration?”

James R. Brudner '83 Memorial Prize and Lectures 2023-24: Cheryl Dunye (in New York City)

The James Robert Brudner ‘83 Prize, established in 2000, is awarded annually to an accomplished scholar, artist, or activist whose work has made significant contributions for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender and sexual minority communities. The Committee on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies, and the Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies faculty are honored to present this prize to Cheryl Dunye for 2023-24.

James R. Brudner '83 Memorial Prize and Lectures 2023-24: Cheryl Dunye (in New Haven)

The James Robert Brudner ‘83 Prize, established in 2000, is awarded annually to an accomplished scholar, artist, or activist whose work has made significant contributions for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender and sexual minority communities. The Committee on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies, and the Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies faculty are honored to present this prize to Cheryl Dunye for 2023-24.

City Rewritten: The Oak Street Connector and Urban Renewal in New Haven

“City Rewritten: The Oak Street Connector and Urban Renewal in New Haven” explores the effects of the formative era of urban renewal on New Haven’s urban landscape and social history. Urban renewal was a progressive vision aimed at revitalizing a city’s economy, beautifying the urban landscape, removing residents from substandard living conditions, and promoting racial integration. However, historians and urban planners have largely viewed the policy as a failure, one that disproportionately displaced impoverished Black people and reinforced patterns of segregation.

Yale v. Holy Cross Halftime Show: Día de Independencia Mexicana !

Come celebrate Mexican culture & independence at the Yale vs. Holy Cross football game halftime show! This Latine Heritage Month performance showcases an exciting narrated collaboration between Mariachi Lux Et Veritas de Yale and the Yale Precision Marching Band. Come help us indulge in the rhythms of Mexican Independence on Saturday, September 16th at the Yale Bowl.

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