Did you know the1960s LGBT rights movement was led by trans women of color? From Equality Archive: “History remembers New York’s iconic Stonewall Inn as the birthplace of the modern LGBT rights movement. On June 28, 1969 it’s bar patrons … Continue reading LGBTQ+ Pride!
“Let Freedom Ring, Facing the rising sun (the sun, the sun, the sun) of our new day begun (of our new day begun) Let us march on (march on, march on, march on) till victory Let us march on (march … Continue reading Celebrating Juneteenth!
On June 14, 2020 almost 15,000 people risked their health to march in support of Black Lives–this time to remind the world that Black Lives Matter includes Black LGBT persons. The tradition of risking oneself for the right to safety … Continue reading Sojourners for Truth and Justice
Professor Angie Beeman will give an online talk, “Progressives, Radicals & Well-Meaning Liberals” on June 11 at 8pm. Any proceeds from the sliding scale fee will go to Black Visions Collective. Please email Professor Beeman (email@example.com) for free tickets. This … Continue reading Free Films + Events in June!
Commencements mark the beginning of something new. Today, Baruch College celebrated its virtual Commencement. We are excited to know you will be a part of the change you want to see in this world, and we celebrate your excellence as … Continue reading Congratulations to the Class of 2020!
Black Lives Matter. We unequivocally condemn the murder of George Floyd, police brutality, and all the anti-black violence embedded in the history of this country. We also stand committed to our students’ health, safety, and freedom to think and act … Continue reading An Open Letter to Baruch: Your Silence is Being Heard