HOW TO BE AN ALLY is a panel series from The Ripple that uplifts and amplifies the different voices being left out of the current feminist discussion.
Please join us this month as we highlight the voices of Black Women!
Thu, October 19, 2017, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM EDT
Civic Hall, 118 W 22nd Street, 12th Floor, New York, NY 10011
Doors at 5pm. Event begins promptly at 5:30pm.
Event is open to all ages, genders and religions.
Event space is wheelchair accessible.
Tickets will be sold at the door.
Our incredible speakers this month are:
- Gia-Rayne B. Harris is a writer, actress, singer, and director. She can be seen performing with the New York Neo Futurists ensemble on a regular basis. She is an alum of the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in Health and a concentration in Gender Studies. Passionate about feminism and the advocacy of people of color, she is working on creating her own production company to create art that will provide a voice to underrepresented groups.
- Dr. Christine A. Pinnock is a writer, Black feminist anthropologist and garden photographer who recently earned her doctorate in Anthropology from The Graduate Center (CUNY). Her broader research interests involve immigration, sexuality, diasporic/transnational communities, Caribbean literature, and gendered
labor. Currently Dr. Pinnock is an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Institute for Research in African-American Studies (IRAAS) at Columbia University. She teaches Gender, Sexuality and Labor in the Contemporary Caribbean and is also the consultant for IRAAS’ Thesis Writing Workshop. She is working on her manuscript, All Dis Way: Afro-Caribbean Women’s Narratives of Struggle with Immigration, Labor and Race in New York City, along with other writing projects. Dr. Pinnock is the owner of Building Future Legacies for Young Scholars, a college preparedness consulting firm, and is deeply committed to helping college-bound, undergraduate, and graduate scholars effectively navigate and succeed in higher education. She also provides professional development workshops for academic professionals and K-12 educators. Dr. Pinnock can be contacted at Christinepinnock@gmail.com.
- Dominique McQueen is a Transgender U.S. Army Veteran turned model and philanthropist. While developing her own anti bullying campaign, Persist 4 Peace, she has worked closely with Someone Cares Inc, of Atlanta, serving as Project Manager. While continuing to pursue her entertainment career, she is also on the Veterans’ Affairs Mental Health Advisory Council and has recently become a Certified Peer Support Specialist for the DBSA.
Do you offer Financial Aid?
Yes! For those in need of financial assistance, The Ripple always offers a Financial Hardships Program. Please contact us at Finance@TheRipple.org for more information.
What is The Ripple?
At The Ripple, we believe that empowered women are the key to America’s future. Women have been completely disenfranchised in our society, and while not all disenfranchisement is equal, it doesn’t make any single woman less valuable or worthy. Waves start from ripples, and The Ripple is about empowering women to make waves in their communities through meaningful and lasting conversations.
Please email Events@TheRipple.org if any questions.
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The Columbia Law School Black Law Students Association (BLSA) and Columbia Journal of Race and Law (CJRL) are proud to host the 23rd Annual Paul Robeson ’23 Conference, which will be held on Friday, February 24, 2017 from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM at Columbia Law School, located at 435 W. 116th St. New York, NY 10027.
Our theme for the 2017 Paul Robeson Conference is Reclaiming the Narrative. In our current legal, political, and social climate, people of color still struggle to dictate their narrative. We aim to highlight the work of legal practitioners, policymakers, social entrepreneurs, and activists to pursue racial justice, uproot structural inequalities, and disrupt stereotypes about people of color.
Please RSVP to this free and exciting event at http://paulrobesonconference2017.eventbrite.com.
Angela T. Rye, Esq. will give the keynote address during lunchtime. Rye is the Principal and CEO of IMPACT Strategies, a CNN commentator and NPR political analyst, and former Executive Director and General Counsel for the Congressional Black Caucus.
Khalil Cumberbatch will give the opening keynote address. Cumberbatch is a lecturer at Columbia University’s School of Social Work, Manager of Trainings for JustLeadershipUSA, and a formerly incarcerated advocate for social justice movements.
The Conference will also feature three panels throughout the day, including:
A Path Forward for Democracy and Voting Rights After 2016, featuring:
- Myrna Pérez ’03, Deputy Director, Democracy Program, Brennan Center for Justice
- Stuart Naifeh ’04, Senior Counsel, Demos
- Joanna Cuevas Ingram, Associate Counsel, LatinoJustice PRLDEF
Building Wealth and Seeking Economic Justice, featuring:
- Coss Marte, CEO/Founder, Coss Athletics
- Jennifer Jones Austin, Esq., CEO and Executive Director, Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies
- Ifeoma Ike, Esq., Deputy Executive Director, NYC Young Men’s Initiative, Office of Mayor Bill deBlasio
- JoAnne Page, President and CEO, The Fortune Society
- Khary Lazarre, Executive Director and Co-Founder, The Brotherhood/Sister Sol
Revolutionary Art, Activism, and the Law, featuring:
- Soffiyah Elijah, Executive Director, Alliance of Families for Justice
- Ronald Hampton, Immediate Past Executive Director, National Black Police Association
- Britton Smith, Actor and Director, Broadway for Black Lives Matter
Breakfast and lunch will be served, and a reception will follow the Conference.
Please RSVP to this free and exciting event at http://paulrobesonconference2017.eventbrite.com.
Full schedule is available here. Feel free to attend as much or as little as you can.
Questions? Please contact Shane Grannum ’18 at email@example.com.
J.D. Candidate | Columbia Law School ’18
A.B. Public Policy; Latin American/Caribbean Studies | Brown University ’15
“Moving Forward: A Discussion of the 2016 Election and What’s Next“.
A panel discussion on Race and Rights in a Moment of Crisis
Columbia University- Miller Theater
2960 Broadway(116th St.) New York, NY 10027
Ta-Nehisi Coates –Award winning writer, journalist & educator; national correspondent for “The Atlantic”
Jelani Cobb – Professor of Journalism – Columbia University; writer, journalist- “The New Yorker”
Nikole Hannah Jones– Award winning investigative journalist- “New York Times”
Samuel Kelton Roberts – Director of IRAAS; Associate Professor of History & SocioMedical Sciences-Columbia University; (MODERATOR)
Patricia J. Williams– James L. DohrProfessor of Law- Columbia University
RSVP Required through Eventbrite
Presented in co-sponsorship with
The Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty Diversity & Inclusion at Columbia University
- Black Alumni Council of Columbia University (BAC)http://columbiabac.org/
- Caribbean Students Association (webpage)https://www.facebook.com/CSAatCU/
- Columbia University Amnesty International http://www.columbia.edu/cu/amnesty/
- Columbia University Black Student Organization https://www.facebook.com/cubso/
- Columbia University’s Graduate Association of Latin American and Iberian Cultures (GALAIC)
- Columbia University Men of Color Alliance https://www.cc-seas.columbia.edu/OMA/socialjustice/MCA.php
- Columbia Law School Criminal Justice Action Network (CJAN) http://blogs.law.columbia.edu/cjan/
- Columbia University’s Platform for the Homeless http://communityimpact.columbia.edu/our-programs/project-homeless
- Columbia Por Colombia (webspage) https://www.facebook.com/ColumbiaPorColombia/
- Criminal Justice Caucus- Columbia School of Social Work https://criminaljusticecaucus.wordpress.com
- Institute for Research in African American Studies Alumni Council https://iraasalumni.wordpress.com
- Multicultural Affairs | Undergraduate Student Life https://www.cc-seas.columbia.edu/OMA
2 December 2016
Maison Française | Columbia University
Over the course of this day of multiform panel presentations, we will engage critically with the digital as praxis, reflecting on the challenges and opportunities presented by the media technologies that evermore intensely reconfigure the social, historical, and geo-political contours of the Caribbean and its diasporas. Presenters will consider the affordances and limitations of the digital with respect to a wide range of disciplines and methodologies. Discussions will pick up themes addressed in our 2014 inaugural event, our focused conversations at last year’s colloquium, as well as in a special section of sx archipelagos, the peer-reviewed Small Axe Project publishing platform dedicated to Caribbean digital scholarship and scholarship of the Caribbean digital.
Please take the time to explore our site. For each of the conference panels, our generous discussants have proposed differing “ways in” to their respective sessions – some engage pointedly the specifics of panelists’ interventions, while others evoke broader questions about the Caribbean (and the) digital. We have placed these discussion questions below the panel abstracts.
Also plan to join us on Thursday, 1 December, 4-6PM at the Studio@Butler for an information session and workshop devoted to multimedia mapping project In the Same Boats: Toward an Intellectual Cartography of the Afro-Atlantic.
This conference is free and open to the public.
Proceedings will be recorded and Livestreamed.
© 2016, Small Axe.
NOVEMBER 9, 2016
THE WOMEN WHO MADE NEW YORK
Hillary Clinton’s historic run for the presidency of the United States offers an excellent opportunity to celebrate the women politicians who helped pave the way. Join Julie Scelfo, author of The Women Who Made New York, as she discusses three political trailblazers: Shirley Chisholm, the first African American woman in the US Congress, Bella Abzug, the second Jewish woman elected to Congress, and Geraldine Ferraro, the first woman from a major party to run for vice president. Liz Abzug, Bella’s daughter, Donna Zaccaro, Geraldine’s daughter, and Zinga Fraser, PhD, the Director of the Shirley Chisholm Project will join the conversation.
Seating is first-come, first-served. Doors will open at 6 p.m. Books will be for sale with a 15% discount. If you have any questions, contact Laura Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org or (646) 518-3032.
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|African-American Studies at Columbia…Envisioning, Engaging, and Transforming the World, Faculty and Alumni Panel|
Featuring IRAAS alumnae:
- Beaulah Agbabiaka, ’16, ’19
- Dr. Christine Pinnock ’03
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Columbia School of Journalism, 3rd Floor Lecture Hall
New York, New York
Please join us for the White Faces, Black Lives conference, which will be held October 19 from 8:30am – 4:30pm at the Columbia School of Journalism (3rd Floor lecture hall, 2950 Broadway, New York, NY).
The evening launch event will take place October 18 from 6:30pm-9:00pm at The Center for Arts & Culture, Skylight Gallery, 1368 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, NY.
Both events are FREE, but you must register for each.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 6:30 – 8:00 PM
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY(MORNINGSIDE CAMPUS)
Black Photographers of New York
A panel and reception with Kamoinge Photographers Danny Dawson, Russell Frederick and Ming Smith
Moderated by Grace Aneiza Ali
Kamoinge, a pioneering photographic collective, was formed in New York in over 50 years ago to address the under-representation of black photographers in the art world. Kamoinge’s body of work spans the past 50 and included numerous images of daily life in black America in New York City during the last half of the twentieth century.
This panel is part of Columbia University’s Institute for Research in African-American Studies (IRAAS) 2016 Summer Teachers and Scholars Institute (STSI), entitled “The Many Worlds of Black New York.” This portion of the STSI is free and open to the public. To learn more about the STIS please visit columbiastsi.com or email email@example.com .