Sexual Minorities Archive in Holyoke MA

Keeping LGBTQI+ History Alive at the Sexual Minorities Archives

by Samuel Edwards, 15S For my summer internship funded through the Ethics and the Common Good Internship Grant, I worked at the Sexual Minorities Archives. The Sexual Minorities Archives is an archive based in Holyoke, Massachusetts that works on preserving LGBTQI+ history, as well as making this knowledge available to the public. A large part […]

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Bioethics Conference

Teaching and Learning About Conflict & Genocide

By Sabina Paneva, 14F In the summer of 2017, I was awarded a Summer Internship Grant from Ethics and the Common Good to develop my Division III research on holocaust education and present my work at the Mali Losinj Days of Bioethics Conference in Croatia. The annual international conference has become one of the most […]

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Detroit Kite Festival

Making a Pop-Up Museum for the 2017 Detroit Kite Festival

By Dylan Eli Welch, 13F For my summer internship through Ethics and the Common Good, I traveled to Detroit to support the inaugural Detroit Kite Festival. Inspired by kite festivals she went to when she was younger, the Detroit Kite Festival was created by friend and Hampshire alum Margo Dalal. Margo and the festival team […]

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Portrait drawings of 6 people

Your Story Matters

In the summer of 2016, Lorren Grabarek 12F, with the support of ECG’s Common Good Internship Grant, completed a self-designed internship with RainbowYOUTH in Auckland, New Zealand. RainbowYOUTH is one of the few organizations in New Zealand that support LGBTQ youth, and Lorren contributed to a critical growth year for the group by designing and […]

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Parade

Arts in LA Commons

Emily Rose Brown 13F received an Ethics and the Common Good Internship Grant to join LA Commons and provide artistic and logistical assistance with its neighborhood-based community-building projects all over the city. In the MacArthur Park area, she joined children and a lead teaching artist to create a video project highlighting the park’s people and […]

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Students

Capital, Empire, and the US Deportation System

Kamika’s Division III, Capital, Empire, and the US Deportation System, was guided by her desire to seek out and amplify the voices of the Black and im/migrant communities, especially the experiences of Black immigrants. Her inspiration was her own lived experience as an organizer within the Immigrant Rights Movement and Movement for Black Lives, which […]

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