The Roma People’s Project: Launch and Discussion

From Gypsy Stereotypes to Roma Reality and Aspirations Please RSVP Here Space is limited so first come, first seated. Did you know… The so-called  “free-spirited Gypsies” are, in fact, the Roma – one of the most stigmatized and least understood

UPRISING 4/13: #BlackLivesMatter

Thursday, November 9 | 6:15pm  in the Jerome Greene Annex Shanelle Matthews (Activist-in-Residence, New School) Kendall Thomas (Columbia University) Deva Woodly (New School) Moderated by Elias Alcantara (Columbia University) and Bernard E. Harcourt #BlackLivesMatter, a social movement that is still emerging and young

Storytelling In Rikers

Friday, 27 October 2017 12:15pm – 2:15pm Columbia University, The Heyman Center Second Floor Common Room Sahar Ullah, Heyman Center Public Humanities Fellow (2016 – 2017), has been working with Columbia University’s Rikers Education Initiative to design and facilitate a series of storytelling

Empathic Facilitator Training

The Empathic Facilitator is a two-day training for anyone who leads groups and wants to develop the skills to create an intentional and transformative group process. The principles and practices learned in this training can be adapted for a range

College & Community Fellowship Fall Benefit Gala

Please join us for our Bi-Annual Benefit Gala! This year, we honor Maggie Lear and Andrea Levere, women who have dedicated their lives to combating inequality. We also honor the Center for Justice at Columbia University for its work to

June Jordan Roundtable

The Difficult Miracle: The Living Legacy of June Jordan is the first of two roundtables celebrating the fifteenth anniversary of the arrival of June Jordan’s papers at the Schlesinger Library at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, as well as

Columbia Giving Day

On Wed., October 18, 2017, support the Center for Justice at Columbia University in honor of Giving Day!   Our mission is to develop university-community partnerships that work together to end our nation’s reliance on criminalization, incarceration and retribution, and transform the... READ MORE