By providing a safe space to share experiences, advocating for changes in oppressive systems, and furthering our professional and personal development, A4C aims to create a system of success for Broadies of African, African-American, and Afro-Caribbean descent. 

A4C strives to promote cultural awareness through open dialogue, celebratory events, and educational campaigns, while developing a space for allies to partner and contribute to creating an inclusive culture at Broad. Subscribe to the Shades@Broad Calendar to learn about A4C's upcoming events.

A4C's initiatives:

  • Game Night (Juneteenth themed)
  • A4C Short Story Campaign / Project
  • Student outreach 
  • Movie watch parties with follow up discussions

Contact/ Join

Slack channel: #A4C 

Google Group/Email: blackprofessionals@broadinstitute.org

Steering Committee email: blackprofessionals-sc@broadinstitute.org 

 

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LatinX@Broad 2022 Speaker Series
July 12: LatinX@Broad Speaker Series | Indigenous Biomarkers, Bioethics, and Biobanks,

Register and join us for our next talk: Krystal Tsosie, Vanderbilt University, presenting Indigenous Biomarkers, Bioethics, and Biobanks.