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  • UPCOMING WORKSHOP — Weaving the Threads: Intersectionality, Sustainability & Environmental Justice

    UPCOMING WORKSHOP — Weaving the Threads: Intersectionality, Sustainability & Environmental Justice

    How do we identify and address intersectional concerns (e.g. from racism, to poverty, to militarism, to homelessness, and more) in our sustainability work and activism? How do we connect our various initiatives within a framework of environmental justice? How do we communicate these visions with others? On Monday, November 20, join Peace and Conflict Studies and Environmental Studies for a workshop with…

  • Collection with Robert George ’77 and Cornel West

    Collection with Robert George ’77 and Cornel West Monday, February 10, 2014 4:30-6:00 p.m. Friends Meeting House From the campus calendar:  http://bit.ly/LDUwIz Amid the difficult campus conversations at Swarthmore in Spring 2013, many students, alumni, faculty, and staff grew concerned about the ways in which community members were (and, in many ways, weren’t) engaging each…

  • Martin Luther King Day: Local community events

    With King Day coming up, we wanted to share this announcement that was circulated on the faculty-staff list today. Range of Family-Friendly Events Planned in Chester for Martin Luther King Day on Jan. 20 and Jan. 21 Members of the community are invited to participate CHESTER, PA – The Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Committee…