The Claremont Colleges Events
Conversation with Sister Simone Campbell:
Conversation with Sister Simone Campbell
12:00 - 1:00 PM
Hampton Room, Malott Commons
345 E. 9th Street
9th and Columbia
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The Intercollegiate Feminist Center for Teaching, Research and Engagement and the chaplains of the Claremont Colleges The Draper Center for Community Partnerships, Pomona College present ~ Creating Hope, Change and Community A conversation with Sister Simone Campbell Executive Director, NETWORK Monday, March 20, 2017 ~ noon Hampton Room, Malott Commons, Scripps College
Junior Thesis Art Exhibitions:
12:00 - 2:00 PM
Chan Gallery (formerly Studio Art Building)
370 N. Columbia Avenue
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Opening reception with the artists will be Monday, March 20, 2017 from noon-2 p.m. "FLOW" at the Chan Gallery, Pomona College Art Department, Studio Art Hall, 370 Columbia Ave. Phone: (909) 621-8079 The first of two exhibitions featuring works by junior art majors Sara Arthur-Paratley, Anabel Gomez, Devon Horn, and Jessica Wang. The works included will consist of sculpture, installations, paintings, mixed media posters and zines.
Intersecting Race and Gender in the Era of Black Lives Matter
4:15 - 5:30 PM
420 Harvard Avenue
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Katrina Bell McDonald holds the title of associate professor of sociology, is on the faculty of the Africana studies program, and served as associate dean of multicultural affairs from 2008-11 at The Johns Hopkins University. Her first book, "Embracing Sisterhood: Class, Identity, and Contemporary Black Women" (Rowman & Littlefield, 2006), analyzes how contemporary black women's ideas of black womanhood and sisterhood merge with social class status to shape certain attachments and detachments among them. She is currently completing "Marriage in Black: The Pursuit of Married Life among Native Blacks, African immigrants and Caribbean Immigrants in the United States" (Routledge, pending), a comparative study of black marriage in the United States among native blacks, African immigrants, and Caribbean immigrants, and whites (co-authored with Caitlin Cross-Barnet).
Youth radicalization in Niger? Weighing extremism and the search for a just society
5:30 - 7:30 PM
Frank Dining Hall
260 E. Bonita Avenue
Join us for a public talk by Mareike Schomerus, Research Fellow in Politics and Governance from London's Overseas Development Institute, as she addresses the renewed interest in Niger, the world's poorest country.