Lectures

Summer 2020 Update

Wow! What a year to be in the business of hosting public events! You may be asking yourselves: “How on earth is the Office of Public Lectures supposed to host lectures?” Never fear! With a little creativity, a tremendous amount of technology and a group of talented, committed people, we will ensure “the show must go on!” Read below for the full calendar of events. Registration for winter quarter will open on Wednesday, November 18. Spring quarter event registration will open in 2021. 

Beverly Guy-Sheftall – Say Her Name: The Urgency of Black Feminism Now

April 5, 2021 6:30 pm

Kane Hall, Room 120

FreeAvailableComing Soon

In this talk, Beverly Guy-Sheftall will reflect on reforms around systemic racism catalyzed by the Black Lives Matter movement, a queer Black feminist project, especially in light of how Black feminist work has shaped U.S. social justice movements, often without acknowledgement.

Isra Hirsi – The Environment and Me

April 27, 2021 6:30 pm

Livestream

FreeAvailableComing Soon

17-year old activist Isra Hirsi details what environmental justice means for urban communities.

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