2021 Events

March 11@ 1PM

“Black and Indigenous Resistance to Racist Backlash Across the Americas” a talk by Juliet Hooker

March 4@ 6PM

Community Happy Hour for all faculty and staff interested in Black Studies.

2020  Events

September 16 @7PM

“Creating the Beloved Community” with  Dr. Terri N. Watson

sponsored by CUNY Graduate Center’s Program in Urban Education

September 30 @ 7:30PM

“Change:  Making Education More Equitable” with Tressie McMillian-Cottom

(Sponsored by CUNY Graduate Center Public Programming)

October 9 @11:10AM

“Negras:  Stories of Puerto Rican Slave Women” with Yolanda Arroyo Pizarro + Rojo Robles

(Sponsored by the BSC  and the Black and Latino Studies Department at Baruch)

October 22 @1PM

“Abolition and the Policing of Black Mothers” with Dorothy Roberts + Erica Richardson (October 22 @1pm)

(Sponsored by the BSC)

October  23-29

“dwb” or “Driving while Black” with Roberta Gumbel + Erica Richardson

To get digital access to watch the 50 min music performance piece click here.  Click here to register for the talk. To join a live discussion about “dwb.” To watch and live discussion of the music theater piece “dwb,” featuring artists, professors, and Baruch students on October 29 at 6:00pm on Youtube live, click here.

(Sponsored by Baruch Performing Arts Center)