**Fall Class!!** Ever wanted to learn Filipino? Through this beginner’s course, not only will we be studying the language itself, but also the history of the Filipino people and the socio-cultural context that helped shape the national language.
This course is designed for students who had no prior experience with learning Arabic. It introduces students to Arabic alphabet and covers the basics of reading, writing and grammar; focus is on pronunciation, oral fluency, colloquial Arabic and differences among varieties, in relation to formal Modern Standard Arabic (MSA).
Canto Libre! A concert against gender based violence commemorates the 39th year of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, and celebrates the historical struggles and legacies of women who have dedicated themselves to systemic and structural change, and the creation of revolutionary processes.
In the face of growing, bipartisan US aggression on China, misinformation, racist narratives, and warmongering make it difficult to understand the situation clearly. Why is the US escalating economic, ideological, and with threats of military aggression on China? How is this being done? What are the stakes?
In the midst of this global health, political, economic, and social crisis, it is often women who bear the brunt of the cataclysmic shifts in daily life, Join contributors to the study CoronaShock and Patriarchy to understand at the gendered impact of the pandemic and its implications for the fight against patriarchy worldwide.
In 1964, Malcolm X spoke before the Organization of African Unity, calling for the United States to be indicted for its racist and systematic repression of Black people. Join in conversation with organizers and scholars who will help us reframe and better understand the struggle for human rights and black liberation.