- The opportunity to study how New York has been and continues to be a center of people of color feminist and queer political organization, African-American public health activism (HIV/AIDS and environmental justice organizations), and policing reform, among others
- Attend seminars facilitated by today’s leading scholars in African-American Studies and Activism
- Visit and tour historical landmarks and institutions around the city
- Receive instruction in the latest research methods and,
- Enjoy afternoon and evening cultural excursions throughout New York City.
- Past, Present, and Futures of Black Activism
- Educating Harlem: Activism for Equality in the Mid-20th Century
- Black LGBTQ Activism and Memory in New York City, 1969-1996
- Using Oral Histories to (Re)Claim Spaces and,
- Health/Medical Rights.
The fee for the STSI is $1,800 and a limited number of partial fellowships are available.Please go to www.columbiastsi.com for more information or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special Projects Consultant and Student Engagement Coordinator Columbia University
Institute for Research in African-American Studies (IRAAS)
758 Schermerhorn Extension; MC 5512
1200 Amsterdam Avenue
New York, NY 10027