You're Invited to Hack for Inclusion: a hackathon to combat bias hosted by MIT Sloan for Inclusion & Hacking Discrimination. A hackathon is about action. Register to work in teams to build innovative solutions that address some...
This interactive workshop introduces audiences to terminology, best practices and practical tools for LGBTQ inclusion in the workplace. Participants will be invited to share from their own experiences, become familiar with terms and pronouns, and integrate recommendations for supporting colleagues, students and stakeholders across the Harvard community.
Audience: This course is intended for Harvard Longwood Campus staff, faculty, post docs and affiliates.
Please join us as we watch Pelo Malo, a Venezuelan film about the intersections of Blackness, Latinidad, Queerness, and Gender Performance. Organized by members of du Bois Society, LGBTQ@GSAS, the Latinx Student Association, and the GSAS Student Center, this event will celebrate Black History Month 2020 as part of GSAS's Film Series.
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We are thrilled to have Dr. Mary Montgomery from the BWH Infectious Disease clinic join us again to share the latest updates both in PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) and HIV treatment. This talk is geared for the clinician and non-clinician alike, and we encourage all to attend and learn more -- whether for yourself, your friends, or your patients.
Thursday Jan 30th 12-1pm in Duncan Reid Conference Room.
Harvard Book Store, 1256 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MA 02138
Harvard Book Store and Mass Humanities welcome E. PATRICK JOHNSON—professor, scholar, performer, and author of the beloved book Sweet Tea: Black Gay Men of the South—for a discussion of his latest book, Honeypot: Black Southern Women Who Love Women. He will be joined in conversation by ANGELA ARDS, Associate Professor of English at Boston College.
E. Patrick Johnson's Honeypot opens with the fictional trickster character Miss B. barging into the home of Dr. EPJ, informing him that he...