Black Women in the Public Sphere: Black Women in Higher Education



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Exploring African American women as a potent force within American politics, culture, and society, this new series serves as a platform where visionary black female leaders can discuss their work and how the country might move forward in these complicated times. We begin with higher education, welcoming Valerie Smith, president of Swarthmore College, who speaks with Robert Reid-Pharr, distinguished professor of English at the GC and director of the Institute for Research on the African Diaspora in the Americas and the Caribbean.

Presented on April 16, 2018, by GC Public Programs and the Institute for Research on the African Diaspora in the Americas and the Caribbean.

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Wise and Holy Women of Lent: Art and Stories – Part 3



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Wise and Holy Women of Lent: Art and Stories with Br. Mickey McGrath

Lent is a perfect time to pay loving attention to your inner contemplative. Join Brother Mickey as he shares his paintings, stories, and colorful insights inspired by the lives of select saints from Gospel days through modern times. Renew your hope and refresh your spirit with the help of these great figures from across time and space.

In Part 3 Br. Mickey continues his pilgrimage with Mary Magdalene to saints reaching people on the margins in the New World and onto a cosmic view of the world’s diversity.

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Burkina Faso: Empowering women through gardening | UNICEF



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In rural Burkina Faso, UNICEF, in partnership with the European Union, is teaching women to grow vitamin-rich vegetables. “Before the garden, I just used to cultivate the same foods as other women around here, and it was very difficult,” says Kientega Zourata, who has seven children. “But with the garden, I’ve become financially independent. We eat the fruit and vegetables from the garden, I can help the family financially, and I still have my own money to buy clothes for the children and to pay for their education.”

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