The Class of 1966 3-part Racial Justice Program, facilitated by Michele Leonard of the Wellesley Racial Justice Initiative, drew an enthusiastic group of participants. Facilitators and participants have provided us with a list of books and other resources.
Welcome to our class home!
Gail gave us a wonderful description of her zigzag life, describing what it was like to go from growing up in Jamaica to the culture shock she found at Wellesley, to her careers as a social worker, a lawyer and a judge.
In Gems of Art on Paper, Gigi Barnhill explained some of the costs and risks that book publishers faced as they brought about the transition from a sparse visual culture at the end of the eighteenth century to a rich one a century later.
Reflections on the Supreme Court Nomination and Confirmation Process for Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, the steps in the process and the way this confirmation differed from the norm.