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  1. Trotter Institute Director Earns Opportunity to Study Theater in Palestine
    Barbara Lewis, director of the William Monroe Trotter Institute for the Study of Black Culture, leaves for Palestine on Wednesday, where she will spend nearly two weeks visiting research institutes and cultural institutions in the West Bank.
  2. Noam Chomsky Speaks at UMass Boston
    On Tuesday afternoon, a full audience of students, faculty, and community members welcomed Noam Chomsky to UMass Boston.
  3. Our History, Our Knowledge & Current Realities & Desires
    Join Academic Support Services and Undergraduate Studies, the Black Faculty, Staff & Students Association, and Trotter Institute for part one of a Ferguson, Garner, Rice & Beyond discussion series.
  4. UMass Boston’s Trotter Institute Finds Haitian Teens Ask: ‘Am I Haitian Enough?’
    High school students of Haitian descent in Boston and Cambridge wrestle with reconciling their ancestral and American identities, as individuals and among themselves, according to a study published in the new Trotter Review.
  5. Book Reading and Reception: A People’s History of the New Boston
    Join the Friends of the Joseph P. Healey Library for a reading from and reception for Jim Vrabel's new book, A People's History of the New Boston, published by UMass Press.
  6. Race & Ethnicity in America: The Unfinished Social Change Agenda
    The Kingston-Mann Awards for Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion Scholarship cosponsors this lecture by Yolanda Moses, professor of anthropology at the University of California, Riverside.
  7. UMass Boston’s Trotter Institute Analyzes Problems, Solutions for Prisoners After Incarceration
    The impact of incarceration on prisoners and their families after they are released is the focus of the new Trotter Review, an annual publication of UMass Boston's William Monroe Trotter Institute for the Study of Black Culture.
  8. UMass Boston Faculty Win Creative Economy Grants from President Caret
    UMass Boston faculty have received $87,000 from UMass President Robert Caret’s office to bring artistic and entrepreneurship opportunities to UMass Boston students, partners, and the community as a whole.
  9. Performing Arts, Trotter Present Free Readings of August Wilson’s 10-Play Cycle
    See a ten-play cycle of staged readings, featuring the works of August Wilson, for free, courtesy of the Trotter Institute and Performing Arts Department.
  10. The Emancipated Century
    See a ten-play cycle of staged readings, featuring the works of August Wilson, for free, courtesy of the Trotter Institute and Performing Arts Department.
  11. Free Staged Reading at the Strand Theatre: Charles Fuller’s A Soldier’s Play
    On June 17, the Boston Black Theater Collective of UMass Boston's William Monroe Trotter Institute will present Charles Fuller's A Soldier's Play.
  12. Rhythm of Structure: Journey of a Political MathArtist
    Join the William Monroe Trotter Institute for the Study of Black Culture, CLA, CSM, CEHD, CPCS, CM, and the Art Department for this talk by interdisciplinary conceptual artist John Sims.
  13. Trotter Institute, Art Department, Team up to Showcase Art, Business Development in Upham’s Corner
    On Friday, 13 students in the University of Massachusetts Boston’s Art Department will show off their work in three storefronts, two of them vacant, as part of a project to kick off an arts-based initiative aimed at revitalizing Upham’s Corner.
  14. Making Sense of the Census
    Census workers and activists: community partnerships are needed to reach populations like Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders, African Americans, and Hispanics.