“Women of Color at Wesleyan” Topic of Greene Symposium

Wesleyan hosted the 21st annual Dwight L. Greene Symposium on Nov. 2. The topic this year was “Women of Color at Wesleyan.”

Wesleyan hosted the 21st annual Dwight L. Greene Symposium on Nov. 2. The topic this year was “Women of Color at Wesleyan.” Pictured in center, Interim Chief Diversity Officer Marina Melendez ’83 MALS ’88 moderated the panel consisting of Simone White ’93, Maria Santana-Guadalupe ’98, Saeyun Lee ’93 and Joyce Hall ’78.

This symposium complemented a year-long programming initiative featuring women, their accomplishments, and their influence on the Wesleyan community and the world at large. The women responded to questions about their experiences as women of color at Wesleyan and afterward.

This symposium complemented a year-long programming initiative featuring women, their accomplishments, and their influence on the Wesleyan community and the world at large. The women responded to questions about their experiences as women of color at Wesleyan and afterward. The Wesleyan Black Alumni Council (BAC) and the Alumni of Color Council (AOCC) sponsored the event.

(Photos by John Van Vlack)