Harvard Votes Challenge
The Harvard Votes Challenge is a nonpartisan initiative that strives to build a civic culture at Harvard University by increasing voter registration and participation among students, staff, and faculty.
For more information visit voteschallenge.harvard.edu
Talking to Kids About Politics and the Election
A must-listen! If you think your kids aren’t paying attention to politics, think again. On this episode of the Equal Parts podcast, Dr. Christia Spears Brown, a professor of Developmental Psychology and director of the Center for Equality and Social Justice at the University of Kentucky, explains how you can talk to your kids about politics, partisanship, and elections — in language they will understand.
For more information, visit https://workplace.care.com/podcast-talking-to-kids-about-politics-and-the-election
Community Spaces for Affinity Groups
Drop-in sessions for self-care and wellness every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 5:00-6:00pm.
Hosted by Harvard Diversity, Inclusion, & Belonging and Harvard University Health Services.
Register for any of the sessions below here:
10/6 Non POC / Allies for people w. marginalized identities -
10/13 LGBTQ -
10/15 People w. disabilities
10/20 BIPOC / Multiracial -
10/22 Indigenous / Native American
10/27 Latinx -
10/28 Black / African American -
10/29 Asian / Asian American
Navigating Difficult Moments in the Classroom