Archive: November 2013

Gideon’s Army: A Movie Screening and Discussion on Race in the Justice System

Kirin Gupta ’16 & Irfan Mahmud ’15

On the evening of November 18, the Harvard Foundation, in partnership with the Winthrop House Race Relations Tutors and Harvard Foundation Associate, Elaine Cheng ’15, hosted a screening of Gideon’s Army and a post-screening discussion on the American criminal justice system with Winthrop House Master and HLS Professor, Ron Sullivan.

Co-Existing Self: A Conversation about Passing and Identities at Harvard

Grace Chen '15 & Irfan Mahmud '16

On the evening of November 13, the Harvard Foundation, in partnership with the Leverett House Race Relations Tutors and the Harvard College Women’s Center, hosted an open discussion on the coexisting identities Harvard students have in the different roles they assume on campus. The event, titled “Co-Existing Self,” was one part of a two-part initiative to explore this idea of multiple identities coexisting in one person.