Community-Supported Entrepreneurism: REconomy in Totnes, England Wednesday, February 22, 2017. 11:00am-12:15pm (PST)

Gregory Porter - LIVE Full Concert 2016

Harriet Washington - Book Discussion on Medical Apartheid

"Birth of a Movement," a new film now streaming on PBS, tells the story of William Monroe Trotter, an African-American newspaper editor and activist, who, along with the then newly-formed NAACP, waged a battle against the film. Together, we unleashed a conflict that still rages today about race relations, representation, and the power of Hollywood. Watch Birth of a Movement Narrated by Danny Glover and featuring interviews from Henry Louis Gates Jr. and Spike Lee, "Birth of a Movement" captures the backdrop to this clash between human rights, freedom of speech, and a changing media landscape. Despite the progress we've made as a country, these issue are still very much relevant today. Please gather with your family and friends to view this new film, now streaming free on PBS until March 5.

Stamped from the Beginning

What does it mean to reduce the harm of white supremacy?

The Scholar: Samuel K. Roberts Jr. on Drug Policy, Radical Recovery and ‘Capital Flight’

MIchelle Alexander - from Michelle Alexander: The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness

Patient Race Associated with Varied Psychiatric Treatment Experiences

Yale at GCC presents: Akhil Reed Amar's Live Election-Eve Special

'Alone' Shows How Jail Continues A Long Tradition Of Ripping Black Families Apart | The Huffington Post

Champs Read Aloud | New Haven Independent

John Kerry ’66 will return to Yale to lead Kerry Initiative

A Conversation with Dr. Joshua Bennet-Power of Student Voice

New revelations in 1955 lynching of 14-year-old Emmett Till

The Fit Fete Expo

The Advocate Lab - Whatstrending

Watch Harry Belafonte Talk Art and Activism, Overcoming Prejudice