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Nearly 400 attendees crowded into the Radcliffe Institute’s Knafel Center to hear Harris-Perry’s talk, given as this year’s Maurine and Robert Rothschild Lecture.
The group discussed Asian American identity and the racially charged death threat emailed to some Harvard affiliates last weekend, among other topics.
At the fifth annual Nigerian Independence Day Gala held in Wasserstein Hall in Harvard Law School on Oct. 5, 2014, attendees were treated to a variety of traditional foods, including the ever-popular Jollof rice.
At the fifth annual Nigerian Independence Day Gala, held Saturday in Wasserstein Hall in Harvard Law School, the African Dance Collective entertained the audience with traditional rhythm and flair.
A person who self-identified as Huy Dinh has repeatedly emailed College students as early as April from the same Google Mail address that sent a violent death threat to several hundred people Friday.
The Palestine Solidarity Committee staged a "dead-in" on Monday to raise awareness of the 2,100 people who were killed in Gaza this summer.
The organizers of Harvard's Ferguson solidarity event speak about respectability politics, the narrative of success, and why being a Harvard student shouldn’t matter.
Nearly 200 black Harvard affiliates posed for a group photograph on the steps of Widener Library Sunday evening in solidarity with Michael Brown, an unarmed black teenager killed three weeks ago in Ferguson, Missouri.
Hundreds gathered in St. Paul Catholic Church for a holy hour Monday night in response to a planned reenactment of a Satanic black mass.
Even as the Extension School Cultural Studies Club dropped its sponsorship of the event, members of the Satanic Temple held what appeared to be a black mass ceremony at the Hong Kong restaurant and lounge Monday night.
Zaheer Ali ’94, scholar and former vice president of the Harvard Islamic Society and the Black Students Association, spoke about the increasing influence of African American Muslims on American culture at a talk at the Barker Center Thursday evening.
American R&B and soul artist Janelle Monáe will be recognized by two campus organizations for her professional achievements and positive contributions to ongoing conversations on gender and race.