Please join University Archives on Tuesday, November 10, for a discussion about stories of belonging at Harvard. Experts will share materials from Harvard’s archival and library collections focused on student experiences throughout Harvard’s past. This session will explore several stories from the early 20th century, including the first official organization for international students and the 1900 “Cuban Summer School.” Following the live discussion among our archivists, the program will turn to an open Q&A.
This program is part of the Unity Webinar series, featuring prominent faculty, alumni, and other members of the Harvard community whose work across disciplines centers on addressing systemic racism and advancing social justice.
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