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DAY Monthly Meetings

Please join in our monthly DAY meetings. These meetings are an opportunity to hear about what has been happening with DAY and what is in the works. We welcome all those who are interested in getting involved and sharing their ideas.

YLNG Monthly Steering Meeting

The meetings will take place both virtually and in-person (Office of Human Resources, 221 Whitney Ave, Conference Room 414). Lunch will be provided for in-person attendees that register. And mention the TMS registration disclaimer (for all SCM’s): Virtual Private Network (VPN) access is required to register for this meeting. If you are having VPN issues, the IT help desk can assist (203-432-9000).

DAY Monthly Meetings

Please join in our monthly DAY meetings. These meetings are an opportunity to hear about what has been happening with DAY and what is in the works. We welcome all those who are interested in getting involved and sharing their ideas.

YLNG Book Club Discussion - Our Otherness Is Our Strength: Wisdom from the Boogie Down Bronx

Come and be a part of the Yale Latino Networking Group’s book club conversation centered around “Our Otherness Is Our Strength: Wisdom from the Boogie Down Bronx” by Andrea Navedo.

Renowned for her portrayal of Xiomara, Jane’s mother in The CW’s “Jane the Virgin,” actress Andrea Navedo imparts invaluable insights derived from her experiences in the vibrant Boogie Down Bronx.

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to register by Tuesday, December 19th for your chance to win a complimentary copy of this compelling book!

Lonnie Holley & Mourning [A] BLKstar

Born in Jim Crow-era Birmingham, Alabama in 1950, Lonnie Holley was the seventh of 27 children—and at age four was taken from his mother and traded for a bottle of whiskey (Bloom). He fled abusive foster parents, was hit by a car (and declared brain dead) and was later sent to Alabama Industrial School for Negro Children—a “slave camp” by any other name (Missick). Holley’s work, born out of struggle, hardship—and more importantly, out of furious curiosity and biological necessity—manifests itself in drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, performance, filmmaking, and music.

Windham-Campbell Prizes Festival

The 2024 Windham-Campbell Prize recipients will be in residence on Yale’s campus from September 17-20 for a multi-day international literary festival during which they will share their work, engage in conversation on a range of subjects, and celebrate reading and the written word with the New Haven community.

The full schedule of talks, discussions, and readings will be available at windhamcampbell.org in mid-August 2024.

Yale Alumni Academy Climate Change Conversations | Double Mitigation: Exploring Equitable Climate Change and Health Pathways

Yale Alumni Academy and the Yale School of the Environment have assembled a distinguished roster of expert faculty to address the leading climate change issues facing our wonderous planet. Please join us as we discuss Double Mitigation: Exploring Equitable Climate Change and Health Pathways with Dr. Daniel Carrión. Society is grappling with two fundamental questions: 1) how do we address entrenched social inequality, and 2) how do we mitigate the greenhouse gases that are driving our climate crisis?

Why Mapping? Some Lessons from an Art Historian’s DH Ditch

One of the key methodological interventions of Digital Humanities is the capacity to map one’s research data. With the advent of interactive digital maps in the early 2000s, space-oriented humanistic historical research has seen a dramatic growth with multiple visualization tools during the past two decades. As Richard White of now defunct Spatial History emphatically notes in his 2010 working paper, spatial visualization, i.e. mapping, is not a mere illustration to a narrative but “a means of doing research.”

Wine Tasting at The Well

Indigenous Wine: Exploring some of the very cool, off the beaten track indigenous grapes from around the globe.
Taught by New Haven local sommelier Janine Sacco, Fine Wine and Sales Representative with Skurnik.

Be able to impress any group after learning about wine in this first-ever fine wine tasting in The Well.

Day With(out) Art 2023: Everyone I Know is Sick

In recognition of the 2023 Day With(out) Art, the Yale Office of LGBTQ Resources, the Yale University Art Gallery, the Yale Center for British Art, and Public Humanities at Yale are proud to partner with Visual AIDS to present Everyone I Know is Sick, a screening of five short videos highlighting connections between HIV and other forms of illness and disability. The program features work by Dorothy Cheung, Hiura Fernandes and Lili Nascimento, Beau Gomez, Dolissa Medina and Ananias P. Soria, Vasilios Papapitsios, and Kurt Weston.

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