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Kimiko Matsuda-Lawrence ‘16 created the I, Too, Am Harvard photo project in order to explore and expose the issues black students face on the Harvard campus.
The Kuumba Singers launched a multimedia campaign to accompany the organization's upcoming play, which seeks to promote discussion of racial issues on campus. The project includes a collection of testimony from students.
Students stage a moment of silence in front of Memorial Church on the anniversary of the death of Trayvon Martin.
Lillian Guerra, Professor of Cuban & Caribbean History at the University of Florida, speaks on Afro-Cubans in the Cuban Revolutionary period, and how race was perceived in Cuba at that time. The talk was sponsored by the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies.
The seminar, which took place at the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, gave attendees the opportunity to discuss the impact of Mandela’s passing on the future of South Africa, where the speaker was born and raised.
Members of the Wampanoag Native American tribe convened at the Harvard Faculty Club Friday night for a clambake in honor of the tribe’s long standing ties with the University.
The study by two Harvard Business School professors found that black hosts on the online rental marketplace Airbnb list their properties for approximately 12 percent less than non-black hosts.
In the past three decades, as the Harvard community has diversified, the Foundation has stepped up its role in supporting the activities and collaboration of student organizations, transforming the way that it influences cultural dialogue on campus.
Runners are starting the 5K Yulefest race at the starting line on Massachusetts Avenue. The Yulefest race was a 5K run across Harvard Square in which participants were encouraged to wear holiday costumes.
Duke professor Mark Anthony Neal speaks about social media influences on the Black community at Harvard's Hip-Hop Archive on Wednesday afternoon
Kellie Carter Jackson, a fellow in the African & African American Studies Department, and Professor Glenda R. Carpio sat down with The Crimson to discuss Kerry Washington’s recent sketch on SNL and its larger repercussions on the future of African American women in Hollywood.
Students discussed the problems behind appropriation of culture and identity in Halloween costumes. The event was put on by the Harvard College Sustained Dialogue group and kick-started their "De-Stereotype Me" week.