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Learn, Lead, Inspire Summit

The Yale Divinity School Center for Continuing Education presents an exciting new program, the Learn, Lead, Inspire Summit. The focus of this year’s program is The “Other”: Defining, Defending, Problematizing.” In the company of YDS faculty members and a cohort of fellow participants, this five-day residential program will explore this important topic from a variety of theological and intellectual perspectives. The program includes an opening session with YDS Dean Gregory Sterling. You will also have the opportunity to participate in a Bible study with former YDS Dean Harold Attridge.

Mondays at Beinecke: Finding Robert M. Park in the Archives and in New Haven with Hope McGrath

This presentation will focus on the life and legacy of Robert M. Park, his family, the Black community in New Haven, and Yale in the 19th century. A founder of the Temple Street Church, now the Dixwell Avenue Congregational United Church of Christ and a delegate to the Connecticut State Convention of Colored Men in 1849, Park was a noted community builder and leader. He worked, variously, as a custodian around campus and at the Hopkins School, and as a laboratory assistant to Yale Professors Benjamin Silliman, Sr. and Jr. Several of Park’s grandchildren attended Yale.

Hui: A Native Hawaiian Art Exhibition

This exhibition features artwork made by Native Hawaiians from the Yale community (students, alumni, and faculty). Mediums include printing, photography, painting, and poetry. The gallery is located on the third flood of the Native American Cultural Center (26 High Street) and is open to the public. Celebrate the exhibition’s opening at a reception on April 8 from 2-5pm.

Poynter - Sabrina Imbler: Nature, Queerness, and The Radical Life of Sea Creatures: A Reading and Discussion

Sabrina Imbler (they/them) is currently a staff writer at Defector, where they cover creatures. Previously Sabrina worked as a reporting fellow on the science and health desk of The New York Times. A queer, mixed race writer working in a largely white, male field, science and conservation journalist Sabrina has always been drawn to the mystery of life in the sea, and particularly to creatures living in hostile or remote environments. Each essay in their debut collection profiles one such creature.

Mondays at Beinecke: Revisiting the Past – Imagining the Future with Konstanze Kunst, Librarian for Judaic Studies

A talk in conjunction with the Beinecke Library building-wide exhibition, “Revisiting the Past—Imagining the Future,” on view through July 9.
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Konstanze Kunst, Librarian for Judaic Studies, will discuss some of the items she selected for the exhibition.

"We Will Be Citizens: AIDS Activism and Global Health Justice" by Gregg Gonsalves, PhD

Dr. Gonsalves is an expert in policy modeling on infectious disease and substance use, as well as the intersection of public policy and health equity. His research focuses on the use of quantitative models for improving the response to epidemic diseases. For more than 30 years, he worked on HIV/AIDS and other global health issues with several organizations, including the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power, the Treatment Action Group, Gay Men’s Health Crisis, and the AIDS and Rights Alliance for Southern Africa.

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