Grinnell to observe 150th anniversary of ratification of the 13th Amendment with lecture and musical performance.
In recent weeks, many historically underrepresented students have been deeply affected by events highlighting racism and inequity occurring across the country at various colleges and universities. In this timely moment, we have an opportunity to be proactive about the campus climate at Grinnell College and take time come together in solidarity towards long-term change in a sustainable way.
Sociologist Matthew Hughey to discuss impact of media coverage of athletics, genetics, and race.
Watch the award-winning documentary that tackles issues of racism, poverty, and disenfranchisement in Romania (and the U.S.).
Political scholars to give joint workshop, lecture on reducing polarization.
Urban historian talks about communities of color and creative strategies devised to document and protest the damage that highways wrought.
Join a discussion and preview screening of clips of the film with the writers and directors, Reina Gossett and Sasha Wortzel.
Lopez to discuss work with grassroots organization defending the rights of Garifuna peoples in norther Honduras.
Myron Rolle will present a free, public talk at 7 p.m. Saturday, October 3, in the Alumni Recitation Hall Auditorium (Room 302).
Rolle is a neurosurgeon, football all-american, Rhodes scholar, NFL draftee, and humanitarian.
Grinnellian honored as a White House Champion of Change.