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.
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.
Elise described her experiences from Hawaii to Wellesley and subsequently the winding, unexpected way to Australia, where she has now spent the last 42 years.