Attend the panel discussion of two alumni in the Edison Theater. Brittany Packnett Cunningham (WashU ’06), vice president of social impact at BET, NBC News and MSNBC political analyst, and host of UNDISTRACTED, and Morgan DeBaun (WashU ’12), serial entrepreneur, corporate advisor, and founder and CEO of Blavity, will discuss “Bridging Gaps: Hometown Ervin Scholars […]
Members of our community as part of the 2022 National Diversity Week, will hold a candlelight vigil in commemoration of Orange Shirt Day, in partnership with the American Indian Student Association. Orange shirt day brings awareness to and honors indigenous children who were lost in residential and boarding schools. This day also honors the legacy […]
Be a part of history in the making at the 20th Annual Mary Meachum Celebration on Saturday, October 1, 2022 at Missouri’s first nationally recognized Underground Railroad site – the Mary Meachum Freedom Crossing on the Mississippi Greenway. Each year, this event shines a spotlight on Black St. Louis history through: theater performances, music, activities […]
The Ability Exhibit is a creative, hands-on tool for promoting awareness and education. It allows users to explore various adaptive devices and get a real sense of the day-to-day challenges people with disabilities face. The exhibit will be on display all day as a come-and-go experience and his hosted by Olin’s Office for Equity, Diversity, […]
Filipino American History Month Event: Filipinos and the 1904 World’s Fair: a Legacy of Race and Empire
One of the most popular attractions at the 1904 World’s Fair was the Philippine Exhibit, a 47-acre site that for nine months became home to over 1,000 Filipinos put on display. In this Artist Talk, Ria Unson, a St. Louis-based Filipino American artist traces the legacy of the fair as a descendant of someone brought […]
*Foundations of an Inclusive Workplace serves as an important entry point for all Academy sessions and satisfies the prerequisite for other coursework. For those wanting to broaden their awareness of culture and climate change that they can impact right where they are in our university’s community. This offering takes place virtually. Register in Learn@Work. (Log in to Learn@Work […]
Safiya U Nobel, Professor of Gender Studies and African American Studies at UCLS, as part of the Distinguished Visiting Scholar program will have a conversation with Dr. Ian Bogost, the Professor and Director of Film and Media Studies on October 18th. Read more information. Register here.
This presentation will explore forms of money used in World War II concentration and internment camps, and will reveal how money was used to control prison populations, in addition to its use as a tool of propaganda. Presenters Steve and Ray Feller, a father-daughter team, have done firsthand research on this topic and are the […]
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