This week, we would like to specifically feature virtual events that seek to continue the conversation started on June 8th at the Day for Reflection, Engagement, and Action.
The Husky Connection June 9th-13th
June 9th: Making Space to Process and Reflect The Latinx Student Cultural Center is hosting a conversation for the Northeastern community to participate in to discuss anti-blackness and police brutality. The discussion will start at 3pm and will be held over Zoom. To get the Zoom link, reach out to the LSCC on Instagram @northeastern_lscc, Facebook, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
June 11th: Healing Circle and Time for Reflection
Join students, staff, and members of the Spiritual Life community for an opportunity to check-in, reflect, support one another, and offer prayers for our nation and world. This event will start at 8pm and you can sign up here.
June 12th: Ending Police Brutality, White Supremacy, and Anti-Black Racism: A Conversation with Northeastern Students
The Center for Cultural Life and Engagement is organizing a conversation for the Northeastern community to reflect, honor, and process the recent murders of George Floyd, Tony McDade, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery by police and white supremacists. The conversation will be facilitated by Northeastern staff members and will include a few words from Dean Bob Jose. It will start at 12pm and you can register here.