Obsidian: Literature and Arts in the African Diaspora was named the winner of the 2022 Firecracker Award for Independently Published Literature from the Community of Literary Magazines and Presses.
For the past 20 years, Nikita Richards has made connections in the community to drive important diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) efforts forward.
Alum and celebrated member of the drag community Sharon ShareAlike shares insights for those new to attending drag performances.
Native American culture is alive and illuminating. A new course from Dr. Shannon Epplett explores the arts and ideas of current Indigenous artists.
Illinois Department of Human Rights Director Jim Bennett shared his story on the Redbird Buzz podcast.
On June 1, the Latin American and Latina/o Studies program welcomed to campus Ms. Maribel Díaz, Spanish teacher at Joliet West High School, as part of an event organized under the auspices of the Communities of Belonging and Success (COBAS) initiative.
Those seeking to train in restorative practices can sign up for workshops. Sessions will include an overview of restorative practices and focus on building proactive and responsive listening circles.
Obsidian: Literature & Arts in the African Diaspora is partnering with the Poetry Foundation to present a free two-day online workshop on the role of listening and improvisation in performance.
Assistant Professor Mallory Jallas and Senior Library Specialist Elizabeth Babin draw upon Milner Library’s collections for recommendations on readings to celebrate Pride Month.
Obsidian: Literature & Arts in the African Diaspora has been named a finalist for a 2022 Firecracker Award for Independently Published Literature from the Community of Literary Magazines and Presses.