DEI Committee's Alumnae Discussions: I Am Not Your Negro
Difficult discussions are needed to create change. Join us as we delve into James Baldwin’s observations about life during the civil rights movement and dialogue about the black experience in America today.
I Am Not Your Negro is a 2016 award-winning documentary film narrated by actor Samuel L. Jackson, based on Baldwin's unfinished manuscript Remember This House that explores the history of racism in the United States. Join speakers and panelists as we discuss this award-winning documentary film. See below for our speakers and panelists.
If you would like more information about the DEI Committee, please direct them to Holy Child’s Alumnae Council DEI Committee Chair: Devika Mahoney-Nair '08.
Health & Wellness in the Age of COVID-19
Our first Alumnae Discussions of the 2020-21 school year with health and wellness experts in our alumnae community was a great success! Stay tuned for a link to the recording of the event.
Read more about our panelists here:
Check back as events are being planned, or contact Suzi Norris Montes de Oca in the Alumnae Office for more information.
- January 23, 2020: Women & Finance - Click here for a reflection written by Lindsay Edgerley Gleason '10
- June 17, 2020: Diversity, Inclusion, and Holy Child
- Attendees discussed racial injustices and inequalities that have been experienced on Holy Child’s campus, an overview of work to be done by the Holy Child administration was provided, and alumnae questions were answered. Hold Child empowers our students to speak up about what they believe in and we have heard your voices. This conversation has been the first of many where we can listen and learn, and work together to create a path for moving forward.
- June 24, 2020: Alumnae Open Discussion on Diversity, Inclusion, & Holy Child