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Recurring Monthly Events

One Book One Northwestern, the podcast

The book is just the beginning. Our podcast follows Wildcats having engrossing conversations, on campus and beyond, about this year’s One Book. Brought to you by the Northwestern Medill School of Journalism, Media, Integrated Marketing Communications and One Book One Northwestern.

Carrie Mae Weems: Ritual and Revolution

September 12 - December 10

In “Ritual and Revolution,” artist Carrie Mae Weems explores the historic struggle for equality and justice.

William Blake and the Age of Aquarius

September 23 - March 11

Exploring the impact of British poet and artist William Blake (1757-1827) on American artists of the 1960s.

Social Justice Advocacy Fellowship

November 15

This two-quarter fellowship engages students in learning the skills of effective social justice advocacy for systemic change. The fellowship runs from January – June.

Drone Stories

Date: January 11 – February 11
Location: Dittmar Gallery, Norris Center
Through hand and machine embroideries, surveillance quilts, and text, Elahi continues her exploration of the surveillance and dehumanizing of brown and Muslim bodies domestically and in the global war on terror.

Vinegar Tom By Caryl Churchill

February 2 – February 11

The play Vinegar Tom uses a 17th-century witch hunt to condemn the past and present oppression of women.

(In)Visible Men Ricardo Lewis

February 16 – March 22

(In)Visible Men is a portrait series focused on Black males and the attempt to bring visibility to a social group that has been historically marginalized.

Exhibit—50th Commemoration Celebration

May 3 – May 5

May 3rd and 4th Agreement. Presents the story of the 1968 takeover of the Bursars by African american Northwestern students. Co-sponsored by Norris Center, NUBAA, and University Archives.

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