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Conversations with Alumni: Dismantling Structural Racism

online: The online sessions are open to all enrolled students, faculty and staff. Please contact the McFarland Center for Religion, Ethics and Culture for registration link. Sessions will be recorded and available online after the completion of the series. July 14 / 4 pm: Malik Neal '13, Director, Philadelphia Bail Fund Malik Neal is a founding member and director of the Philadelphia Bail Fund, a nonprofit organization that works to prevent the unnecessary jailing of low-income Philadelphians by posting bail and advocating for reform.

Conversations with Alumni: Dismantling Structural Racism

online: The online sessions are open to all enrolled students, faculty and staff. Please contact the McFarland Center for Religion, Ethics and Culture for registration link. Sessions will be recorded and available online after the completion of the series. July 14 / 4 pm: Malik Neal '13, Director, Philadelphia Bail Fund Malik Neal is a founding member and director of the Philadelphia Bail Fund, a nonprofit organization that works to prevent the unnecessary jailing of low-income Philadelphians by posting bail and advocating for reform.

Conversations with Alumni: Dismantling Structural Racism

online: The online sessions are open to all enrolled students, faculty and staff. Please contact the McFarland Center for Religion, Ethics and Culture for registration link. Sessions will be recorded and available online after the completion of the series. July 14 / 4 pm: Malik Neal '13, Director, Philadelphia Bail Fund Malik Neal is a founding member and director of the Philadelphia Bail Fund, a nonprofit organization that works to prevent the unnecessary jailing of low-income Philadelphians by posting bail and advocating for reform.

Class of 2024 Let's Have Lunch! Series

online: Breaking bread, sharing a meal, and offering food is an important part of the Holy Cross culture. It brings us together around a common, everyday experience and allows us to get to know one another informally. We can't be together in-person right now, but we can certainly have lunch together apart. The idea is simple: a faculty or staff member will host a lunch along with a current student or two. Everyone should plan to bring their meal to their computer, and we will all eat and get to know one another virtually.Each lunch is limited to 10 participants.

Becoming a White Ally for Racial Justice (5 week series)

online: All current enrolled students (including students from the Class of 2024) are invited to join this five week discussion group. We will discuss interpersonal, structural and community strategies to work towards racial justice, particularly centering responses to anti-black racism. Participants will be invited to write their own anti-racism action plan as well. Interested students should reach out to officeofdiversity@holycross.edu for the registration link. Deadline for registration is Friday, July 10.

Class of 2024 Let's Have Lunch! Series

online: Breaking bread, sharing a meal, and offering food is an important part of the Holy Cross culture. It brings us together around a common, everyday experience and allows us to get to know one another informally. We can't be together in-person right now, but we can certainly have lunch together apart. The idea is simple: a faculty or staff member will host a lunch along with a current student or two. Everyone should plan to bring their meal to their computer, and we will all eat and get to know one another virtually.Each lunch is limited to 10 participants.

Civitas - Community Engagement & Leadership Institute - Summer 2020!

online: Join us for Civitas - Community Engagement Leadership Institute! In Civitas you will have the chance to Connect with other HC students in small and large student led groups Discuss questions related to racial & economic justice, mission, and service Access resources to assist you with finding opportunities to get involved in service and social justice work in your local communityCan’t make the weekly meeting time? Sign up and we will pair you with another student so you can stay connected to the program! Questions or need the registration link?

Class of 2024 Let's Have Lunch! Series

online: Breaking bread, sharing a meal, and offering food is an important part of the Holy Cross culture. It brings us together around a common, everyday experience and allows us to get to know one another informally. We can't be together in-person right now, but we can certainly have lunch together apart. The idea is simple: a faculty or staff member will host a lunch along with a current student or two. Everyone should plan to bring their meal to their computer, and we will all eat and get to know one another virtually.Each lunch is limited to 10 participants.

Becoming a White Ally for Racial Justice (5 week series)

online: All current enrolled students (including students from the Class of 2024) are invited to join this five week discussion group. We will discuss interpersonal, structural and community strategies to work towards racial justice, particularly centering responses to anti-black racism. Participants will be invited to write their own anti-racism action plan as well. Interested students should reach out to officeofdiversity@holycross.edu for the registration link. Deadline for registration is Friday, July 10.

Civitas - Community Engagement & Leadership Institute - Summer 2020!

online: Join us for Civitas - Community Engagement Leadership Institute! In Civitas you will have the chance to Connect with other HC students in small and large student led groups Discuss questions related to racial & economic justice, mission, and service Access resources to assist you with finding opportunities to get involved in service and social justice work in your local communityCan’t make the weekly meeting time? Sign up and we will pair you with another student so you can stay connected to the program! Questions or need the registration link?

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