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Calendar of Events
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Tuesday 5/10 Follow this link to access the meeting
All at 1-2 pm via Google Meet. Please contact [email protected] if you require Google access to the meeting.
All at 10:30 am-noon via Google Meet. Invitations were sent out to the Chairs and Assistant Chairs.
English and Communication Studies
BONEYARN: Poems about the History of Slavery in NYC
Wednesday, March 30, 1-2pm
Poet, performer, and educator David Mills will read from and reflect upon the research behind his recent collection, Boneyarn, the first-ever book of poems about slavery in New York City. By exploring the African Burial Ground, Mills creatively “excavates” the tragedies and triumphs of New York’s enslaved and free Black community. The event will provide a sense of how research and creativity can move us toward a sense of healing from collective trauma.
David Mills holds master’s degrees from NYU and Warren Wilson College and is a cum laude graduate of Yale. He’s published three previous poetry collections — The Dream Detective, The Sudden Country, and After Mistic (Massachusetts slavery poems) — in addition to Boneyarn. He lived in Langston Hughes’ landmark Harlem home for three years and wrote the audio script for MacArthur Fellow Deborah Willis’s curated exhibition: Reflections in Black: 100 Years of Black Photography. Mills has recorded his poetry on ESPN, RCA Records and has had poems displayed at the Venice Biennale and Germany’s Documenta art exhibition.
BONEYARN can be purchased at the FIT Barnes and Noble Bookstore
For more information, visit fitnyc.edu/boneyarn
Language Exchanges, Spring 2022
Students, Staff, Faculty and Administrators are welcome!
Practice your second language (English, Spanish, Korean, Japanese, French, Chinese, etc.) with a native speaker in a casual setting
Feldman Center, C614 (in person)
Every Monday* from, 5-6pm starting February 28 and ending April 25
For further information, email [email protected]
*no session during Spring Break