The Undergraduate Research Showcase is a combination of two events: a poster presentation event and a luncheon with a panel on graduate student life in the College of Liberal Arts.
This year's teach-in will be offering information and analysis to understand the rise of White supremacy and other systemic oppressions & offering strategies, skills, and models of advocacy to resist.
Narratives of suicide among Asian American college students and art initiative focused on the people and stories behind the statistics.
This session will highlight the many ways documentation status and policies impact mental health, and discuss the dos and don'ts of providing support as an ally.
Join the UMass Boston Labor Resource Center and MA Jobs with Justice for an interactive dive into organizing basics for building power.
Open to anyone who identifies as in recovery and allies
Alnoor Ebrahim presents Measuring Social Change: Designing for Performance and Accountability in a Complex World
Self-care is itself an act of resistance. This session will use social action art therapy to reduce stress, explore the self, and build community.
To close out Sexual Assault Awareness Month, we offer a quick overview on the ins and outs of bystander intervention.
This session identifies gender and other stereotypes to frame alternative messages.