VIRTUAL: YAAA Book Club Discussion - The New Black Woman: Loves Herself, Has Boundaries, and Heals Every Day

Join the Yale African American Affinity Group for a book club discussion of The New Black Woman: Loves Herself, Has Boundaries, and Heals Every Day by Marita Golden. Register by Friday, July 28th for your chance to win a free copy of the book!
Marita Golden, a prominent interviewee of Oprah Winfrey, wrote this mental and physical health guide for women to learn who they are, to set healthy boundaries, and to jump into health related fitness practices to balance out their daily lives.

Back to School Supply Drive 2023

Support the 2023 School Supply Drive. Needed school supplies include: pencils, erasers, 12” rulers, glue, composition notebooks, backpacks, binders, highlighters, markers, crayons, folders, and pens.
Drop off locations are listed on the flyer. Items can also be purchased on our Amazon wish list.
Donations will be distributed in partnership with the Boys & Girls Club of Greater New Haven on Thursday, August 24th from 4-6pm.

Red Summer: Percival Everett’s American Landscapes

Over a period of two years, starting in 2019 when he began work on his novel The Trees, Percival Everett made a series of paintings to commemorate the century anniversary of the Red Summer, a summer that saw so many lynchings in the United States. In the conversation and slide presentation, Everett and Crystal Feimster discuss the ways he uses oil paints, watercolors, and photographs of his own paintings to create portraits of an American landscape that is ever-present, but often conveniently ignored.

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