Upcoming Events

Graffiti: Being Black is not a Crime

Public Guest Lectures: Black Mobility and Safety in the US

Program Begins September 8 @ 2:00pm
Online Lecture Series

The first semester's topics will include birthing, breathing, sleeping, eating, and walking while Black.

Justin Reich

Justin Reich, “Failure to Disrupt: Why Technology Alone Can’t Transform Education”

Thursday, September 24, 2020 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Exploring the recent history of large scale learning technologies to explain why technology provides such uneven support—useful in some contexts but not others, to some people but not others—to learners.

Hacking Racism in Healthcare

MIT Hacking Racism in Healthcare: Listening Summit

September 26 & 27

Via Zoom

Interact with subject matter experts as they explore systemic racism as a public health crisis.

Cristina Henriquez

Cristina Henríquez author talk and fireside chat

Wednesday, September 30 @ 4:00pm EST

Hermanas Unidas at MIT invites you to join us for a virtual fireside chat, reading, and author Q&A with Cristina Henríquez.
Madonna Thunder Hawk & daughter Marcy

"Warrior Women" film and virtual Q&A

Thursday, October 8 @ 6:00pm EST

Virtual Event

Virtual Q&A with director Elizabeth A Castle

Patricia Saulis

MLK Visiting Scholar Virtual Luncheon with Patricia Saulis

Wednesday, October 14 @ 12:00 pm EST

Zoom information available upon registration

Join MIT’s 2020-2021 MLK Visiting Scholar Patricia Saulis for a presentation on important topics from her research and personal experiences.

Jennifer Denetdale

Biannual McMillan-Stewart Lecture Series: Jennifer Denetdale

October 21, 2020 @ 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM EST

Biannual McMillan-Stewart Lecture Series with Jennifer Rose Denetdale: “Building the Perfect Human to Invade: An Indigenous Feminist Queer Analysis of the Pandemic on the Navajo Nation”