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Beyond the Binary: Trans and Nonbinary conversation and community

Beyond the Binary is a safe space for conversations and community-building for Yale community members who are transgender, agender, dualgender, genderqueer, gender questioning, nonbinary or otherwise hosted weekly at the Office of LGBTQ Resources. Sign up for the BtB mailing list to find out about discussion topics, activities and special events, and contact Seth Wallace with any questions!

Beyond the Binary: Trans and Nonbinary conversation and community

Beyond the Binary is a safe space for conversations and community-building for Yale community members who are transgender, agender, dualgender, genderqueer, gender questioning, nonbinary or otherwise hosted weekly at the Office of LGBTQ Resources. Sign up for the BtB mailing list to find out about discussion topics, activities and special events, and contact Seth Wallace with any questions!

From East to West: History of the Chinese Collection at Yale 1849-2019

Yale University Library has been collecting Chinese-language materials for 170 years. Six titles of Chinese classical texts were deposited at Yale in August 1849, making the College Library the first academic library in the United States to collect Chinese-language books. Samuel Wells Williams, the inaugural Professor of Chinese Language and Literature at Yale, was largely responsible for the earliest acquisitions for the Library. Yung Wing, the first Chinese citizen to graduate from a major American college, was the most important contributor to the founding of Yale’s Chinese Collection.

Down Through the Years: The Legacy of the Yale Black Seminarians

For the African American community, the 1960s was a period marked by significant movements in the struggle of social change and racial uplift. From the Civil Rights Movement to the rise of Black Power, African Americans shaped an ideology centered around Black Consciousness and the Black Church held an important role, serving as a locus for justice and resistance.

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