18Apr

From the Mediterranean to St. Louis and Beyond: Sephardic Jews, Migration, and Race in the United States

  • Sunday, April 18, 2021 • 5:00 pm
  • Virtual Event

This lecture tells the little known story of Ottoman Jews in the United States, including their efforts to navigate an American immigration system profoundly shaped by racial hierarchies, antisemitism, and Islamophobia; their attempts to evade deportation; and their initial forays into establishing new communities, institutions, and cultural initiatives across the country–including in St. Louis.

19Apr

Fundamentos para un lugar de trabajo inclusivo

  • Monday, April 19, 2021 • 9:00 am
  • Virtual Meeting on Zoom

En esta sesión de aprendizaje colaborativo de 90 minutos, los participantes crearán conciencia sobre cómo la atención plena (mindfulness) puede apoyar su éxito en entornos de trabajo inclusivos.

21Apr

The Disability Experience at WashU

  • Wednesday, April 21, 2021 • 4:00 pm
  • Virtual Meeting on Zoom

Listen to the first-hand experiences of students with disabilities!
A panel of WashU undergrad students with disabilities sharing their perspectives and recommendations for a more accessible campus. Learn what you & the rest of the WashU community can do to make campus a more accessible and inclusive space.

22Apr

What Does it Mean to Be Here, Now?

  • Thursday, April 22, 2021 • 2:00 pm
  • Virtual Meeting on Zoom

In this interactive Zoom-based session, participants will practice mindfulness and listening strategies and reflect on how current events are, or might impact climate and culture in respective areas of the institution.

22Apr

The Performing Arts Department presents: “Tough!” Live & In-person

  • Thursday, April 22, 2021 • 5:30 pm
  • Mudd Field, Danforth Campus

Tough! is a kind of contemporary tragi-comedy of the streets written by Canada’s most celebrated playwright. In late April, you might see three young people on campus arguing beneath a tree or in the middle of a field as you pass on by. It might be Bobby, Tina and Jill trying to sort things out. It’s OK for you to stop and listen.

23Apr

The Performing Arts Department presents: “Tough!” Live & In-person

  • Friday, April 23, 2021 • 5:30 pm
  • Mudd Field, Danforth Campus

Tough! is a kind of contemporary tragi-comedy of the streets written by Canada’s most celebrated playwright. In late April, you might see three young people on campus arguing beneath a tree or in the middle of a field as you pass on by. It might be Bobby, Tina and Jill trying to sort things out. It’s OK for you to stop and listen.

24Apr

The Performing Arts Department presents: “Tough!” Live & In-person

  • Saturday, April 24, 2021 • 5:30 pm
  • Mudd Field, Danforth Campus

Tough! is a kind of contemporary tragi-comedy of the streets written by Canada’s most celebrated playwright. In late April, you might see three young people on campus arguing beneath a tree or in the middle of a field as you pass on by. It might be Bobby, Tina and Jill trying to sort things out. It’s OK for you to stop and listen.

25Apr

The Performing Arts Department presents: “Tough!” Live & In-person

  • Sunday, April 25, 2021 • 3:00 pm
  • Mudd Field, Danforth Campus

Tough! is a kind of contemporary tragi-comedy of the streets written by Canada’s most celebrated playwright. In late April, you might see three young people on campus arguing beneath a tree or in the middle of a field as you pass on by. It might be Bobby, Tina and Jill trying to sort things out. It’s OK for you to stop and listen.

29Apr

In St. Louis: Ferguson Commission

  • Thursday, April 29, 2021 • 10:00 am
  • Virtual Event

This session is focused on the structure, process and scope of the 2014-15 Ferguson Commission and the work that sprung from it that continues today. Some pre-reading required.

30Apr

Change ‘Gon Come: Black Love-Power and The Inner Work of Racial Justice

  • Friday, April 30, 2021 • 1:00 pm
  • Virtual Event

The inaugural talk of the CRE2-funded Mindfulness & Anti-Racism series presents the work of Professor Rhonda Magee. Rhonda is Professor of Law at the University of San Francisco and an internationally-recognized thought and practice leader focused on integrating mindfulness into higher education, law and social justice.