Dartmouth Announces Day of Caring Set for Oct. 21
Classes will be suspended to allow time to grieve, learn, and comfort one another.
The CRAFT Institute Presents ‘Echoes Of Us: Now And Forever’
The African-American Shakespeare Company and the CRAFT Institute, which is run by theater professor Monica White Ndounou, will present what she calls “a series of monologues that capture the essence and vitality of who we are as Black people.”
The Commercialization of Juneteenth Backfires for Big Brands
History professor Matthew Delmont says the new federal Juneteenth holiday is an opportunity to celebrate Black Americans who fought for freedom and equality but notes it is hard not to worry about it being “watered down or distorted.”