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Fireside Chat with The Manicurist's Daughter Author Susan Lieu

In honor of Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, join the Asian Network at Yale (ANY) for a Fireside Chat with The Manicurist’s Daughter Author Susan Lieu.

Vietnamese-American multihyphenate storyteller Susan Lieu (SOM ‘14) will discuss her memoir about grief, trauma, body image, and finding your own place in the world. Her debut memoir The Manicurist’s Daughter is an emotionally raw story about the crumbling of the American Dream and a daughter of refugees who searches for answers after her mother dies during plastic surgery.

2nd Annual Yale Black Venture Summit: Maximizing Momentum

Please join us for our second Annual Yale Black Venture Summit this Friday April 26 at Edward P. Evans Hall, bringing together Black founders, investors, and ecosystem builders to foster community around Black entrepreneurship.

Hosted by the Black Business Alliance at Yale School of Management, the conference features Black founders, ecosystem builders, and investors from across industries including keynotes from Gary Stewart, MD of Techstars NYC and André Swanston, the first Black owner of an MLS sports team.

Advance Screening: SING SING (A24)

A24 and the Faculty of Arts and Sciences present a special screening of the highly anticipated drama SING SING.

Description: Divine G (Colman Domingo), imprisoned at Sing Sing for a crime he didn’t commit, finds purpose by acting in a theatre group alongside other incarcerated men, including wary newcomer (Clarence Maclin), in this stirring true story of resilience, humanity, and the transformative power of art, starring an unforgettable ensemble cast of formerly incarcerated actors.

Q&A with actors Dario Peña and Jon Adrian ‘JJ’ Velazquez and others from the film.

Mrinal Sen Centennial: Matira Manisha / Two Brothers (1966)

Part of legendary Indian filmmaker Mrinal Sen Centennial and Retrospective!

Based on esteemed Odia author Kalindi Charan Panigrahi’s classic text, this is Sen’s first film outside Bengal. The film explores the clash between traditional and modern values through the contrasting perspectives of two brothers regarding their inherited land. One brother embodies traditional values, while the other represents modernity. Their differing attitudes towards the land serve as a lens through which the broader theme of cultural evolution and societal change is examined.

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