Lisette: A song's journey from Haiti and back.

Baritone and musicologist Jean Bernard Cerin explores the tale - across centuries and continents - of “Lisette quitté la plaine,” an enduringly popular song from Cerin’s native Haiti alongside other music that intersects with the African diaspora. Cerin will be joined in the performance by soprano Michele Kennedy and keyboardist Joyce Chen. The performance is co-sponsored by the Yale Department of Music with support from the Institute for Sacred Music. In Sudler Recital Hall on the Yale campus.

Race in the Roberts Court: Prof. Khiara Bridges on Race, Abortion, and the Court

Please join the Solomon Center for Health Law for a discussion with Professor Khiara Bridges about her Harvard Law Forewords Article, “Race in the Roberts Court.” Her work examines the Supreme Court’s conceptions of racism by discussing its recent decisions, including an in-depth analysis of the Dobbs case that overturned Roe v Wade. This event will also be available via zoom.
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Consent In The Rehearsal Room Workshop

Come learn about Consent in the Rehearsal Room with the latest addition to the UP Intimacy Advis Team, Aziza Gharib!

Intimacy in a script—whether emotional or physical—can be intimidating. So how can we normalize open communication and collaboration in the rehearsal room to make careers in theatre more sustainable?
In this workshop we’ll discuss what intimacy in theatre is, how to create a culture of consent, expectations for respecting boundaries, and resources to help you advocate for yourself!

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