Black Lives and Black Votes: Election 2020 and Beyond
In this #WellesleyVotes conversation, GBH Boston host and commentator Callie Crossley ’73 will moderate a discussion with Liz Miranda ’02, Massachusetts State Representative, and Kellie Carter Jackson, Knafel Assistant Professor of Humanities and assistant professor of Africana studies. Their conversation will center on the evolution of the Black Lives Matter movement and how people of color—especially Black women and women of color—are mobilizing around the election to fight systemic racism and push for change.
You may view a recording of this event on the Wellesley YouTube channel.
Nov 30, 7 PMWôpanâôt8âuhshâôk, A Wampanoag Language Journey
An overview of the Wampanoag language’s place on the Land. This talk will also cover some of its history with respect to initial European contact and discuss language reclamation and the work that brings us to where we are today.Event Date:Monday, November 30, 2020 - 7:00pm
Dec 3, 7 PM