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“Eternal Gain”: A Symposium on Dr. Mattie Moss Clark and the Clark Sisters

Join us for a daylong symposium on the distinctive musical, spiritual, and cultural contributions of Dr. Clark and the Clark Sisters, to include presentations by: Ambre Dromgoole, Dr. Almeda Wright, Dr. Ashon Crawley, Dr. Cheryl Townsend Gilkes, Dr. Deborah Smith Pollard, Dr. Eboni Marshall Turman, Dr. Guthrie Ramsey, Dr. Henry Washington, Jr., Dr. Marla Frederick, and Dr. Todne Thomas.

Mondays at Beinecke: Revisiting the Past – Imagining the Future with Michael Meng, Librarian for Chinese Studies

“Revisiting the Past—Imagining the Future,” on view through July 9.
Michael Meng, Librarian for Chinese Studies, will discuss some of the items he selected for the exhibition.
Zoom webinar registration:
This exhibition features books, manuscripts, and visual materials from many different time periods and locations. Some of the materials have been at Yale for decades, others have only recently been added to the collections. More information:

International Women’s Day

Join Yale’s Affinity Groups to celebrate International Women’s Day in various locations across campus on Wednesday, March 8th, from 11:30 am– 1:30 pm. Stop by a location near you to get a flower for yourself, or someone you know, to celebrate International Women’s Day. Suggested donation of $1 per flower is welcomed, while supplies last, to benefit the Connecticut Women Education and Legal Fund (CWEALF).

Gender & Policy Forum (Session 3)

Sustainable Development
March 3rd 2023 – 2 pm to 3.30 pm (ET)

Public policy challenges: territory, society and gender

Margarita Velázquez Gutiérrez,
Professor-Researcher, Center for Multidisciplinary and Regional Research, National Autonomous University of Mexico. Co-founder Gender, Society and Environment Research Network

Mondays at Beinecke: Judge Constance Baker Motley with Constance Royster and Wm. Frank Mitchell

Constance Baker Motley (1921-2005) was a key civil rights strategist and the first Black woman appointed to the U.S. federal judiciary (Info: Born in New Haven, she studied at Hillhouse High School, was president of the New Haven Negro Youth Council, and active with the Dixwell Community House (Q House).

Trumbull College Tea with Steve Wyche

As part two of The House’s Black History Month event series about the Kaepernick & America documentary, we will co-host a Trumbull College Tea featuring Steve Wyche, the reporter who broke the Colin Kaepernick story. He will share about his career in journalism, and the impact that the media had and continues to have on the Kaepernick saga and racial politics in general. This event is co-sponsored by Trumbull College and the Yale Journalism Initiative.

Kaepernick & America Screening & Discussion

Join us for a screening of the award-winning documentary Kaepernick & America. It was nominated as Best Sports Documentary by the Critic’s Choice Awards, was called “exemplary” in the New York Times, and premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. The documentary explores the life of Colin Kaepernick, former NFL quarterback and activist, as he took a stance against racism and police brutality. Following the screening, there will be Q&A with the co-producers, director, and the reporter who broke the Colin Kaepernick story.

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