At 16 Sybil Jordan Hampton, MSTʼ68, was on the front lines of school desegregation. Since then sheʼs worked to ensure no American is overlooked.
Claire Hartfield, JD’82, wants teenagers to know their history.
Cathy Cohen’s team digs into the opinions of an oft-generalized generation.
Cinema scholar Jacqueline Stewart, AM’93, PhD’99, explores Chicago’s changing filmgoing scene.
Author Kalisha Buckhanon, AB’99, AM’07, discusses the power of storytelling, Trayvon Martin, and how professor William Veeder changed her life.
Historian Matthew Briones sees connections between race, sports, and history.
Logan Center panel asks: Who is classical music for?
A Divinity School event commemorates the 50th anniversary of Selma and explores the state of civil rights today.
Excerpt from A Chosen Exile: A History of Racial Passing in American Life by Allyson Hobbs, AM’02, PhD’09.
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