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Histories of Barnard’s Gentrification and Policing Infrastructure
March 30, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Over the summer of 2020, Archives staff collaborated with the office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion to produce a text highlighting moments in the history of Barnard that speak to themes of in/equity, racial in/justice, and activism. The goal for this text is to provide a starting point and accessible primary sources for collective conversations and imagining more liberatory futures.
Join us for the third of a series of conversations and group editing of this text on March 30, 5-7pm EST, when we’ll discuss histories of Barnard’s policing and gentrification infrastructure in the context of federal and city policy and university expansion. We’ll build knowledge together and discuss current campus policy and expansion in the context of these histories.
This event will be captioned; please email Martha (email@example.com) if you have any accessibility needs.
This conversation will continue in a meeting of the Undesign the Redline reading group in April (details will be shared here: https://undesign.dhcbarnard.org/).