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Monday September 21
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Join us for a SLC Faculty @ Home screening and discussion of "The House on Coco Road" with Filmmaking faculty member Damani Baker ’96 at 7:00 PM Eastern Time. Set amidst the Grenada Revolution, "The House on Coco Road" documents one family's flight from racial tensions in 1980's Oakland, California, only to find themselves settled directly in the path of a U.S. military invasion. First-hand accounts from activists Angela Davis, Fania Davis, and Fannie Haughton weave together director Damani Baker's family portrait of utopian dreams, resistance, and civil unrest with a film score composed by music luminary Meshell Ndegeocello. This discussion will be moderated by Brian Emery ’07. Advance registration is required. Links to view the film and participate in the event via zoom will be shared with registrants on Friday, September 18 or email alum@sarahlawrence.edu.
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Saturday September 26
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Join us for a Mid-Autumn Festival gathering at Dishan Commune in Shanghai, China 26 at 2:00 PM China Standard Time to celebrate one of the grandest festivals of the year. At this special event guests will have the opportunity to make new friends, reconnect with existing ones, and build community with your hosts, the Sarah Lawrence Club of China. We will enjoy refreshments, traditional Chinese music, and an optional lecture on the art of Chinese tea. A variety of teas, traditional pastries - including moon cakes and snowflake crisps, nuts, and seasonal fruit, will be served. Sponsored by the Office of Alumni Relations. If you are unable to attend in person and would like to participate by Zoom please email alum@sarahlawrence.edu.
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Saturday October 3
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Through fiction, memoir and cultural criticism, political activism, and popular culture, American women have expressed their ideas and their desires, their values, and their politics. In this seminar, we will approach the history of the women's liberation movement of the late 1960s and early 1970s through the words, actions and images of all kinds of American women activists. We will explore questions of race, class, sexuality, and gender and analyze the ways in which women intervened and participated in the political and cultural world in that era. Seminar at 1:00 PM Eastern Time led by Lyde Cullen Sizer, Margot C. Bogert Distinguished Service Chair, History Faculty. A zoom link will be sent to registrants within 24 hours of the event or email alum@sarahlawrence.edu.
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Thursday October 15
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Featuring globally recognized activist, Jodie Patterson, this year's Child Development Institute's Annual Wright Lecture titled "Mothering, Reimagining & Starfishing: A Radical Way Forward" will explore the concept of front-loading Mothering as a proactive strategy for building better, stronger, more cohesive communities. Jodie is an author, entrepreneur, a mother of five, and a lauded LGBTQIA advocate who has been recognized by Hillary Clinton, GLAAD, Family Circle magazine, Cosmopolitan magazine, Yahoo, and Refinery29. Jodie is the author of "The Bold World: A Memoir of Family and Transformation" and "Born Ready: The True Story Of A Boy Named Penelope." She is chair of The Human Rights Campaign Foundation Board, Mount Sinai's Institute for Health Equity Research Task Force, the Advisory Board of the Ackerman Institute's Gender & Family Project, and Mount Sinai's Center for Transgender Medicine and Surgery Advisory Board. The United Nations has recognized Jodie as a Champion of Change. This event is open to the entire Sarah Lawrence community. A zoom link will be sent to registrants within 24 hours of the event or email alum@sarahlawrence.edu.
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Saturday December 5
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
The Creation accounts of the Bible's Book of Genesis highlight human beings as unique creatures of the earth, endowed with gifts that carry responsibilities: godlikeness, "dominion," speech, growing self-awareness, and awareness of the environment - cosmic and terrestrial - in which humans are to live and prosper, and which they are called to foster. These foundational passages in the Bible can refresh our wonder at the worlds we abide in and strengthen our sense of responsibility to the works of earth-care that we are uniquely qualified and challenged to carry on. Seminar at 1:00 PM Eastern Time led by William Shullenberger, Literature Faculty. A zoom link will be sent to registrants within 24 hours of the event or email alum@sarahlawrence.edu.
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"The House on Coco Road" with Damani Baker ’96:
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Shanghai: Mid-Autumn Festival Gathering:
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Faculty on the Road: Women, Culture, and Politics in U.S. History with Lyde Cullen Sizer:
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CDI's Annual Wright Lecture "Mothering, Reimagining & Starfishing: A Radical Way Forward":
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Faculty on the Road: Ecology in Eden - A "Green" Reading of Genesis 1 - 3 with William Shullenberger:
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