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Leading Black Feminist Scholar Hortense Spillers: For the Enslaved, Love Was Unstable

BCRWrace and ethnicityslaveryfeminism Literary critic and black feminist scholar Hortense Spillers—one of the foremost scholars today in African American criticism—delivered a lecture on campus to a packed audience of 275 Barnard community members on February 16. Spillers—whom Barnard Center for Research on Women (BCRW) director Tina Campt described in her introduction as the “fierce, radical, and uncompromising […]

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(The) Spot Café

This convenient gem is very popular with staff of the Interchurch Center, Riverside Church, Union Theological Seminary, and Barnard College. Continental Breakfast: 7:15AM – 10:30AM Hot Breakfast: 7AM – 10AM Lunch: 11:30AM – 2PM Coffee & Snacks: 2PM – 3PM “We’re happy to help you plan the perfect meeting! Whether it’s for a small breakfast […]

FAITH IN AMERICA: RELIGION & FAITH IN THE TIME OF TRUMP

New York, NY, (February 13, 2017) On Thursday, February 23rd, Faith in America—a monthly series of public discussions presented and hosted by Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York—welcomes Anthony D. Romero, Executive Director of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) for a lecture and panel discussion titled, Religion & Faith in the […]

https://utsnyc.edu/faith-in-america-religion-faith-in-the-time-of-trump/

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Inclement Weather

Tenant Agencies must make independent decisions to open or close their individual agencies. The Interchurch Center building will remain OPEN! To learn if The Interchurch Center Administrative Offices are open or closed please Call: 212-870-2200   The post Inclement Weather appeared first on The Interchurch Center. Visit original

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