Remembrance: Honoring Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Art Exhibit

On Sunday, February 19, “Remembrance: Honoring Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women” opened in Stiles College Art Gallery. Curated by Yale Sisters of All Nations along with the Yale Native American Arts Coalition, the exhibit simultaneously educates and heals. “Remembrance” includes shawls, digital art, paintings, collage, and other mixed media by members of the Native community…

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Reason To Be Proud

The Dramat’s Spring Mainstage this year finds itself tackling a huge swath of contemporary issues within the span of Jackie Sibbles Drury’s piece We Are Proud to Present a Presentation About the Herero of Namibia, Formerly Known as Southwest Africa, From the German Sudwestafrika, Between the Years 1884-1915. Guest directed by Shariffa Ali, who is…

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Bey Singlehandedly Saved 2017

Beyoncé remains the Queen (Bee) of Surprises. This year on February 1st, the beginning of Black History month, the Beyhive got a surprise on Beyoncé’s Instagram with the words: “We would like to share our love and happiness. We have been blessed two times over. We are incredibly grateful that our family will be growing…

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Everybody Still Wants Solange

On Thursday, January 26 at 9PM, the Yale Law School Levinson Auditorium hosted the sold out event “Everybody Still Wants to Fly: Activism in Pop from Prince to Solange,” part of a four day conference celebrating the legacies of Prince and David Bowie. Though the event was sold out because it featured Solange Knowles as…

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