Intergenerational Dialogue at the chapel

March 12th, 2012

Intergenerational Dialogue at the chapel

Smith students organized an intergenerational dialogue to talk about Anne Spurzem’s letter in a historic context rather than as an isolated incident. The student who introduced the event, Carro Hua (‘13), referenced the past student movements led by Concerned Students of All Colors (1988) and the Students’ Grassroots Organizing Group (2001), emphasizing the importance of extending the collective memory beyond four years. Professor Ginetta Candelario (Sociology and Latin American & Latino/a Studies) spoke, as did Neda Maghbouleh, visiting instructor (Sociology) and alumna of ‘04. After the planned speakers, there was an open discussion moderated by Professor Jennifer Guglielmo (History).

The event announcement can be found here.

Carro Hua’s introductory speech can be found here (1, 2, 3, 4).

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