From Denial to Repair: Addressing Genocide in the 21st Century

A virtual panel discussion offering a brief general history of the Ottoman Genocide of its Armenian, Assyrian, and Greek citizens, as well as the ongoing impacts of genocide denial. The issue of reparations and its import for the pursuit of justice will be addressed and related to other cases of mass human rights violations and the use of transitional justice.

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To Hear & Be Heard: What Restorative & Transformative Justice Have to Offer Us

This interactive keynote will discuss how we can shift our punitive culture towards a culture of healing-centered accountability. We will look at the limitations imposed on us through urgency culture, and what tools restorative justice and transformative justice offer our communities.

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Desire Lines: Body, Land, Memory, and Place

The Hampshire College Dance Program, Theatre Program, and the Ethics and the Common Good Project host a series of artist talks featuring visionary choreographers, theater makers, and interdisciplinary artists from across the United States who activate the intersections between embodied performance and site-based practices.

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Decolonizing Our Relations: Healing Justice & Breaking the Cycle of Violence

Ignacio Rivera, founder and executive director of The HEAL Project, offered the kick-off lecture of the fourth annual Engage conference, “Decolonizing Our Relations: Healing Justice & Breaking the Cycle of Violence.”

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Engage! 4th Annual Conference, Second Community Day of Education

The fourth annual ENGAGE! Conference will also be Hampshire’s second Community Education Day in 2020, a day of interactive community learning activities. We will be focusing on the question, “What does it take to dismantle the violence that intersects our lives?”

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Mutual Aid + Organizing: The Future We Need Starts Now

A conversation with activists and organizers exploring questions about mutual aid, collective care, and organizing in the time of COVID-19.

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The abbreviation "CoCo" stands in for "Community Commons" above a speech bubble with the word Conversations. This logo corresponds to the CoCo Convos dinner series.

CoCo Conversations

Every Wednesday, 6:00-7:30PM, APL
A weekly Wednesday dinner, discussion and skill share open to Hampshire students, staff and faculty. No need to register—drop in any time!

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Event flyer for CoCo Open House, 2/5/20

Community Commons Open House

Join us for food and conversation, meet Community Commons program staff and peer mentors, learn about the new CoCo weekly event series and how you can get involved.

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Living and Learning Community (LLC) Reunion

Thursday November 21st, 2019
Students,Staff, and Faculty that lived or helped manage a Living and Learning Community (LLC) were invited to a reunion to re-connect and building community with one another through food, DIV III presentations, a Q & A session with upper DIV students, and more.

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ENGAGE! 3rd Annual Community Day of Education

Thursday October 24th, 2019
The 3rd annual Engage! Community Day of Education is a day-long learning opportunity for all Hampshire community members. This year our focus is on rebuilding bridges, reconnecting with one another, and gaining skills to communicate across our differences. It’s crucial that our many voices are represented, heard, and engaged.

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