Kenyi touches on themes that call back to her upbringing, living in upstate New York, and her experiences as a Black woman.
Nearly six months after the Black Lives Matter protests began, Diana Kennedy and Teona Pagan are still working toward racial justice at CUNY.
As administrators work to advance equity on campus, they should take lessons from Black feminist poet Audre Lorde’s experience at Hunter.
Speakers stressed that while certain monuments must be removed, symbol removal is not enough to combat systemic racism.
Speakers at the Roosevelt House event discussed how understanding history can help Black Lives Matter activists reach their goals.
Students shared what a tuition hike would mean for them, and USS asked that the city “fund CUNY, not cops.”
A student-produced play offers a fresh take on the classic feminist work “The Vagina Monologues.”
In the wake of George Floyd’s death at the hands of a police officer, black students at Hunter College suggested ways the administration can be more supportive.