Our colleagues at the Scripps College Humanities Institute have put together their 2016 program of lectures, performances, and workshops around the important topic of violence against races, classes, and genders in the U.S. From their site:
“As agents of greater change, they further the urgent and necessary work of dismantling systems of inequality and social injustice and provide us with pathway to how activism and social justice can better shape our world.”
The workshops are limited to Scripps students (with reservation required), but the rest are mostly free and open to the public. There will certainly a variety of content to stimulate potential digital projects for Claremont Colleges students and beyond. Full info at: http://www.scrippscollege.edu/hi/2016-spring.