Join us for a conversation with activists and organizers exploring questions about mutual aid, collective care, and organizing in this time of COVID-19 including: What are some tools and strategies people are leaning on to get through this time collectively and equitably? How can we leverage this moment to create lasting transformational change?
Kenneth Bailey, Design Studio for Social Intervention
Latishia James-Portis, Move to End Violence
Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha, Writer, Organizer, Performance Artist, and Educator
Andrea Schmid Pioneer Valley Workers Center
Hosted by Civil Liberties & Public Policy (CLLP), Ethics and the Common Good (ECG) and the Wellness Center.
The CoCo Conversations Series is sponsored by the Community Commons, a collaboration of Hampshire College programs, including: Critical Studies in Childhood Youth & Learning, Career Options Resource Center, Civil Liberties & Public Policy, Culture, Brain & Development, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Entrepreneurship, Ethics & the Common Good, Hampshire Farm, James Baldwin Scholars, Johnson Library Knowledge Commons, Kern Center, LeBron-Wiggins-Pran Cultural Center, Multicultural & International Student Services, Population & Development, Transformative Speaking & Holistic Learning