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Yale celebrates Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month
From Sept. 15 through Oct. 15, Yale is honoring community members with ancestry from Latin America. Explore many of the groups, events, media, and other resources that celebrate Latinx people and culture.
The Yale Jackson School of Global Affairs—which officially opened July 1—will train and equip a new generation of leaders to devise thoughtful, evidence-based solutions for challenging global problems.
Through July 17, the Beinecke Library marks the nation’s founding with a special display of materials, including one of the 26 known copies of the Declaration of Independence and Frederick Douglass’s Oration from 1852.
Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States. Explore events, media, and other opportunities to learn more about the history of Juneteenth.