“These markers are an invitation for us to talk about the complicated legacies of namesakes and the complicated ways in which blood money from slavery is woven into old institutions like Rutgers,” Rutgers President Jonathan Holloway said at the Board of Governors meeting today. “They are a result of the excellent research shared in the Scarlet and Black volumes that acknowledge our own legacy.”
This year’s theme, SHealers: Mind, Body, and Soul, highlights the contributions of women in the areas of healthcare and self-care past, present, and future. We will reflect on the posthumous impact of Henrietta Lacks, explore current contributions of women revolutionizing healthcare today through a panel discussion, and motivate women towards continuing practices of self-care. This year’s program will feature two student performers and a brief wellness exercise.
Time March 3, 2021 02:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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