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Police Violence: The Lived Experiences of Dartmouth Alumnae and Students; and Closing Session: Artivism Artist Cypher with ARRAY's LEAP, the Law Enforcement Accountability Project
• Khymaya A. Perkins '20: Emerging Leader Development Program at Vanguard. Proud member of the Union County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Board Member on the Dartmouth Women's Rugby Advisory Board, and Director of Strategy and Operations for the 2020 Class Executive Committee
• Miles M. Battle '21: Dartmouth College Senior, Sociology/African and African American Studies, Brother of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., Member of the Dean of the College Student Advisory Board, Member of Palaeopitus Senior Society among other activities.
• Monik W. Walters '19: First Black Female Student Body President, NAACP Co-President, COSO, Palaeopitus, D-Step, Ujima, Member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. - East Kings County Alumnae Chapter, Freelancer/Brooklyn Community Volunteer, Dartmouth Association of Alumni - Executive Committee of ThisDayAndTheNext
5 PM: Closing Session: Artivism Artist Cypher with ARRAY's LEAP, the Law Enforcement Accountability Project. Learn More >
• W.J. Lofton: Poet, writer, editor, director and songwriter centering his work on the intersections of Black queer identity
• Steven John Irby: co-owner, co-founder and director of Street Dreams Magazine
• A fourth artist will be announced Friday, Apr 9
• The Artivism Artist Cypher is free for all to watch on YouTube, no registration is required.
Closing day (Day 7) of:
Virtual Symposium – Dartmouth College -- April 5–11, 2021
Photo courtesy of Enrico Riley and Jenkins Johnson Gallery
Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.