Grace Lee Boggs ‘35 Lecture with Mariame Kaba
We Need More People: On Finding Common Ground In Our Work To Build The World We Want To Inhabit
Join us for the second annual Grace Lee Boggs ‘35 Lecture with Mariame Kaba, longtime organizer, educator, librarian and co-author of Let This Radicalize You, followed by a conversation between Mariame Kaba and Athena Center for Leadership Director Umbreen Bhatti ’00 about the role of dialogue in driving change.
50 copies of Mariame’s book will be distributed to the first 50 student registrants.
Dinner will be provided and all are welcome.
This event is presented by Barnard’s Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, the Athena Center for Leadership, Barnard Center for Research on Women, the Office of Community Engagement and Inclusion at Barnard, and Barnard’s Young Alumnae Council.
This event is part of the Athena Center for Leadership’s SPARK series. SPARK is a series of provocations and conversations designed to ignite your thinking about change and how it happens. Through interviews, book talks, field trips, film screenings, and more, you’ll get to know the women and nonbinary people leading change in a wide range of areas, and learn more about the hard, but important, work of building a better future. SPARK is open to all members of the Barnard community, including faculty, staff, alumnae, and friends of the college. The theme of SPARK in 2023-24 is dialogue.