Black Mens Forum
Thomas F. Burke, the chief of the Division of Global Health and Human Rights at Massachusetts General Hospital, argued that the greatest inequality on earth is health care for women in poor countries during a talk at Ticknor Lounge on Tuesday.
According to a panel of Harvard faculty members and students, the “inanity” in the killing of Trayvon Martin was not the outcome of the trial, but the laws that promote situations like it.
Using poetry to recount his experience with bipolar disorder, Hakeem A. Rahim ’02 inaugurated a night of panel discussions on mental illness at Harvard that took place in Sever Hall on Wednesday evening.
More than thirty students gathered at Ticknor Lounge Thursday evening for “Boxers, Briefs, or Neither?”—a discussion on masculinity and its expression and perception at Harvard.
Marcus Canty, former X-Factor winner and current Epic Records signee, poses for a photo with Matthew Maxwell '15. The Black Men's Forum invited Canty for a meet-and-greet Tuesday, September 4th.
Members of Harvard's Black Men's Forum (BMF) perform the closing act of Eleganza 2012, a stomp and dance featuring BMF chants.
Acclaimed actress Jada Pinkett Smith converses with members of the Harvard Black Men's Forum, which honored her as the Woman of the Year on Saturday evening in a celebratory dinner at Leverett House.
Jada Pinkett Smith, acclaimed actress, enters Leverett dining hall on Saturday evening, where she was honored as Woman of the Year by the Harvard Black Men's Forum.
Acclaimed actress Jada Pinkett Smith receives the Harvard Black Men's Forum award as Woman of the Year from Dr. S. Allen Counter, left, and Damilare K. Sonoiki '13, President of the BMF, in Leverett house on Saturday evening.
Members of the Black Men’s Forum honored actress Jada Pinkett Smith as well as their Harvard peers at the group’s 18th annual Celebration of Black Women on Saturday.
Baratunde Thurston, on Monday, smiles as he shares some insight to his approach on writing his book "How To Be Black". As a satire fanatic he enjoys the reactions that his book gets when people see the title.
GZA, aka The Genius, gives a lecture Thursday afternoon in Science Center D. The legendary emcee and Wu-Tang Clan member spoke about his life, technology in music, physics, and the origins of the hip-hop movement and its future.
A packed auditorium erupted in applause as the Wu-Tang Clan’s GZA delivered some original rhymes and reflected on his life and career.