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Wonderful Books and Where To Find Them

The New Haven Free Public Library, in partnership with the Yale Affinity Groups, is excited to bring you this book book club for families focusing on topics of social importance! Join us in person in the Children’s Room of the Ives Main Library. Saturday, February 10th,the book is Saving the Day: Garrett Morgan’s Life-Changing Invention of the Traffic Signal by Karyn Parsons | Black History Month

Learn about the inventor of the traffic light, and create
your own tissue paper traffic signal.

Anti-Racist Theater: Conscientious Theater Training

Nicole Brewer is a passionate advocate for anti-racist theater. She has spent the last seven years refining and practicing an inclusive method of theater training and practices which she calls Conscientious Theater Training (CTT). She has authored four articles about the need for the theater industry to shift from racist and oppressive models to anti-racist and anti-oppressive. Why Equity Diversity and Inclusion Are Obsolete was reported by American Theater as one of their top ten most-read stories of 2019.

Belonging at Yale Series - Belonging: How can YOU share YOUR space with others?

The Future Leaders of Yale, Office of Diversity and Inclusion and Belonging at Yale invite you to the Belonging at Yale Series. This three-event series will focus on belonging in a complex workplace. These events will explore what the new term of belonging at an organization means and offer diverse experiences and pathways to show and be authentic in a workspace.

The third and final part of this series will take place on Tuesday, January 23, 2024 from 12:00-1:15PM around the topic of “Belonging: How can YOU share YOUR space with others?”.

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