Photo of African-American friends/family around a dinner table with "Liberation Table: A Black Diasporic Tradition" in white text

Feb 18, 2023 12-3pm

Liberation Table is an opportunity for Black people of the African Diaspora to host family and friends over a traditional meal with African roots and to reflect upon our history of innovation, resilience, and strength. Liberation Table and the Integrated Justice & Social Change Collaborative will be hosting this free brunch and tradition to celebrate Black History Month for members of the New Haven and Southern communities. Free. Register early…Space is limited!

Red Book Cover with a heart made of flowers and birds. Brene Brown's book, Atlas of the Heart

Mon, Feb 20, 2023

This 7-session, drop-in-when-you-want book study is designed for those who want to better understand how emotions inform how we engage at work, home, and play. Conversations will be co-constructed based on curiosities and queries raised from the text and facilitated according to norms for safety & learning, which will be established by the group.

Flier advertising the Undoing Racism workshop Feb 24-26, 2023 at SCSU. With registration link.

Fri-Sun, Feb 24-26, 2023

This intensive workshop focuses on racism and educates, challenges, and inspires people to undo the race-based structures that block social change. We focus on what racism is, where it comes from, how it functions, why it persists, and what we can do to dismantle it. This New Haven workshop is an important step in building effective movement for social change.

Kente cloth with the words CT Black Doctoral Network Online Kickoff Event Feb 28, 6:30-7:30pm

Tues, Mar 7, 2023

This online meeting is intended as a meet and greet AND a brainstorming and planning meeting to develop a CT Black Doctoral Network. Any Black individual who has received a doctoral degree in any discipline is welcomed. More information to come. Spread the word!