This is the Inaugural Poem, “The Hill We Climb” by Amanda Gorman; “The Hill We Climb” Poem Transcript Dr. Biden, Madam Vice President, Mr. Emhoff, Americans, and the world. When day comes, we ask ourselves, where can we find light … Continue reading ICYMI: “The Hill We Climb” by Amanda Gorman
Amanda Gorman, a 22 year old African American poet, will read her work at President-Elect Joseph Biden’s and Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris’ historic inauguration in Washington, D.C. In this moment in history, when the nation is divided and when some … Continue reading “Godspeed”
On this day, we celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., an anti-war, peace-loving Nobel Laureate who was not afraid to fight for what is right. In his 1958 speech, “Stride Toward Freedom,” he declared, “True peace is not merely … Continue reading Celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Please join us for a conversation between Professor Gisele Regatao (Dept. of Journalism and the Writing Professions) and Sofia Barahona Fugon, Baruch Journalism student based in Honduras, on the aftermath of Hurricanes Eta and Iota, and the challenges facing Central … Continue reading Hurricane Update from Honduras!
Mishkin Gallery- An evening with Nicolás Guagnini and Jeff Preiss: Discharge as Art and Memory Date and time: Thursday, Nov.19- 6:00-7:00 pm on Zoom Join Baruch’s Mishkin Gallery and ISLA-Initiative for the Study of Latin America present an evening of art … Continue reading November 19: Meet Latin American Artists Nicolás Guagnini and Jeff Preiss
Congratulations to Klaudio Rodriguez who was recently named Executive Director of the Bronx Museum of Art! His achievement will help address “lack of representation in art institutions from the nation’s fastest-growing ethnic group, with Latinos holding only 3 percent of … Continue reading Klaudio Rodriguez named Executive Director of Bronx Museum of Art
Students: your study is necessary, invaluable, and life changing! This new “Alex Tha Great” scholarship is one way to celebrate your work. Please see below: Submission Period: August 1,2020-Feb 2, 2021 Eligibility: Open to all residents of United States and … Continue reading Black Studies Scholarship!
New York City residents have been forced to contend with long-running racial and economic disparities in public health, housing security, policing, and education. These political, social, and racial dimensions of structural inequality have been magnified by the COVID-19 pandemic. This … Continue reading Speaking Truth to Power–December 3 @6PM
I have never had a “bad” class. I have found certain classes to be more difficult than others, at first, that is, until I find out how best to relate to a specific group of students. I firmly believe that … Continue reading Professor Arthur Lewin on Teaching
May Joseph (poet) and Nicolas Premier (filmmaker) discuss their most recent works and their commentaries on Africa, African Diaspora, memory, media, and history on Friday, October 30 @1pm.Register in advance to receive the Zoom link History is a media, a work … Continue reading “Africa is the Future” + “ghosts of lumumba” October 30 @1PM