EBONY at Harvard

By Ebony M. Smith

The Association of Black Harvard Women ‘as a Catalyst’ for Institutional Change at Harvard

On Nov. 5, I walked into Holden Chapel greeted by a sea of purple flowers. Beautiful Black and Brown faces filled almost every seat for the fifth Annual Vigil for Black Trans Lives.

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Past and Present: The (In)Visibility of Black Lower Level Faculty

The African and African American Studies Department was born out of trouble. Good trouble.

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SCOTUS Says Black People Can Go To War, But Not To Class

On Thursday, June 29, 2023, a heavily conservative Supreme Court ruled, 6-3, to effectively strike down race-conscious admissions processes in higher education institutions across the country. Unsurprisingly, legacy admissions, another form of affirmative action, remains intact.

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