The Allbritton Center, Wesleyan’s hub of civic engagement, is maintaining a calendar of campus and community events related to the recent presidential election and its aftermath.
“In the wake of the historic 2016 presidential election, we believe that civic engagement — in its many forms — is more important than ever,” said Civic Engagement Fellow Rebecca Jacobsen ’16.
“We are committed to transparency, open discourse, and the safety and well-being of all our community members,” Jacobsen said.
Upcoming events include: Jummah on the Green (a prayer service and solidarity event) on Nov. 18 on Andrus Field; A Leftist Response to Trump Teach-In on Nov. 20 in Woodhead Lounge; United Against Hate – March of Resilience on Nov. 21 in Hartford; and an open town hall about campus organizing on Nov. 21 in Daniel Family Commons. View all events online here.