Dennis Parker, Director ACLU Racial Justice Program, “A National Agenda for Racial Justice Litigation"
Columbia University is once again proud to host our annual Black History Month blood drive in honor of Dr. Charles R.
This workshop exposes students to litigation on cutting-edge issues in racial justice—voting rights, police violence, privatization of parole, access to clean water, and ending mass incarceration.
Join award-winning authors Ta-Nehisi Coates and Nikole Hannah Jones, and Columbia Professors Jelani Cobb, Samuel K. Roberts, and Patricia Williams for a rousing discussion of the 2016 Election.
Columbia University Black Heritage Month Committee presents "Rise: A Seat at the Table," a conversation with Tamika D. Mallory, co-chair of the 2017 Women's March.
When Ivory Towers Were Black tells the untold story of how an unparalleled cohort of ethnic minority students earned degrees from Columbia University’s School of Architecture during the Civil Rights Movement.
"Modern African American literature, though it’s typically narrated as being secular, is in fact fundamentally religious,” argues Associate Professor of Religion Josef Sorett.