The Peer Advocates for Sexual Respect in collaboration with Amherst LEADS is hosting the It’s On Us Campaign at Amherst College. This is a national college-centered campaign whose mission engage members of these communities to pledge to end sexual violence on college campuses. To join It’s On Us, we ask students and Amherst community members to “take the pledge” and participate in our photo campaign.
Shailja Patel, Kenyan author of Migritude and Nobel Women’s Initiative Spotlighted Global Activist, breaks down the ways in which African women are silenced, excluded and erased in current global discourse on climate crisis and shows how African feminisms are critical to the concept of climate justice.
This event is free and open to the public and co-sponsored by the Georges Lurcy Lecture Series Fund at Amherst College.
Please come join us for an interdisciplinary roundtable discussion on the coronavirus. We’ll talk about the coronavirus and demonstrate the power of cross-disciplinary exchange.
A Five College Culture, Health and Science Certificate information session will take place beforehand from 6 to 7 p.m. in Pruyne Lecture Hall.
Food will be catered by Pita Pockets at 6 p.m.
Katherine Mason, medical anthropologist, Brown University, author of Infectious Change: Reinventing Chinese Public Health after an Epidemic
Mandy Muller, virologist, UMass Amherst Department of Microbiology
Andrew Lover, infectious disease epidemiologist, UMass Amherst School of Public Health
George Qiao, historian of China, Amherst College