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World Fellows Week

Mark your calendar for World Fellows Week: September 14-18, 2020. The 2020 World Fellow are exceptional leaders dedicated to making a positive difference in the world, and they want to share their ideas and connect with you.
We invite you to check out Fellows’ bios and introductory videos, schedule one-on-one virtual sessions with Fellows, and learn more about how you can connect with them this fall. It’s a great chance to get to know some of the most interesting people in the Yale community.

World Fellows Week

Mark your calendar for World Fellows Week: September 14-18, 2020. The 2020 World Fellow are exceptional leaders dedicated to making a positive difference in the world, and they want to share their ideas and connect with you.
We invite you to check out Fellows’ bios and introductory videos, schedule one-on-one virtual sessions with Fellows, and learn more about how you can connect with them this fall. It’s a great chance to get to know some of the most interesting people in the Yale community.

World Fellows Week 2020

Mark your calendar for World Fellows Week 2020! These exceptional leaders are dedicated to making a positive difference in the world, and they want to share their ideas and connect with you.
We invite you to check out Fellows’ bios and introductory videos, schedule one-on-one virtual sessions with Fellows, and learn more about how you can connect with them this fall. It’s a great chance to get to know some of the most interesting people in the Yale community – the 2020 World Fellows.

World Fellows Week 2020

Mark your calendar for World Fellows Week 2020! These exceptional leaders are dedicated to making a positive difference in the world, and they want to share their ideas and connect with you.
We invite you to check out Fellows’ bios and introductory videos, schedule one-on-one virtual sessions with Fellows, and learn more about how you can connect with them this fall. It’s a great chance to get to know some of the most interesting people in the Yale community – the 2020 World Fellows.

World Fellows Week 2020

Mark your calendar for World Fellows Week 2020! These exceptional leaders are dedicated to making a positive difference in the world, and they want to share their ideas and connect with you.
We invite you to check out Fellows’ bios and introductory videos, schedule one-on-one virtual sessions with Fellows, and learn more about how you can connect with them this fall. It’s a great chance to get to know some of the most interesting people in the Yale community – the 2020 World Fellows.

World Fellows Week 2020

Mark your calendar for World Fellows Week 2020! These exceptional leaders are dedicated to making a positive difference in the world, and they want to share their ideas and connect with you.
We invite you to check out Fellows’ bios and introductory videos, schedule one-on-one virtual sessions with Fellows, and learn more about how you can connect with them this fall. It’s a great chance to get to know some of the most interesting people in the Yale community – the 2020 World Fellows.

VIRTUAL: Decentering Institutional Whiteness

Whiteness—like all racial categories is more than a social construct. Whiteness remains artificially linked to power and privilege, maintaining unjust social, political, and educational hierarchies that serve to limit access and equity, to silence, stifle and harm. As Universities across the country confront legacies rooted in white supremacy and work to adopt anti-racist practices, systemic racism is being grappled with and made visible as an ideology at the root cause of social inequities.

VIRTUAL: Surveillance and Self-Determination: The Black Workshop

Rebecca Choi is an architectural historian who studies the racialization of politics, culture and representation as they cut through architectural form and urban spaces. Her research examines architecture’s relationship to the changing landscape of American race relations between 1940—1970, paying particular attention to how social movements from Civil Rights to Black Power and the particular elements that help define those movements—anti-racist protests, boycotts, sit-ins and insurrections—impacted the field of architecture.

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