Found in 33 Collections and/or Records:
Archived website entitled "Race and Education at Middlebury College" created by students in Professor Holly Allen's January 2012 American Web Museum course.
Individual webpages include "Philomathesian Society Debates Racial Issues," "Martin Freeman and Liberia," "Middlebury Fraternities and Racial Exclusion," "Black Student Union," "Middlebury's Curriculum: A Call for Diversity," and "Middlebury Athletes of Color."
Collection contains social media posts, website crawls, and other born-digital materials produced by the Middlebury College community and collected by Special Collections beginning in May, 2020, following the murder of George Floyd by police. The collection includes responses and statements by academic departments, student clubs and organizations, athletic teams, and more.
This episode of Leaning Into Discomfort is hosted by Jourden Delerme-Brown, Class of 2021, and features Chellsa Ferdinand, Class of 2020 and Sebastian Sanchez, Class of 2018. Ferdinand, Sanchez, and Delerme-Brown discuss how their high school experiences prepared them for Middlebury, the experience of attending a predominantly white institution and playing on teams with white athletes, and maintaining their cultural and ethnic identities at Middlebury.
This episode of Leaning Into Discomfort is hosted by Jourden Delerme-Brown, Class of 2021, and features Chellsa Ferdinand, Class of 2020 and Sebastian Sanchez, Class of 2018. Ferdinand, Sanchez, and Delerme-Brown discuss tokenism, feeling responsible for bringing diversity to predominantly white spaces, and tools for being successful at Middlebury.
Apple Podcasts description: "In this episode, Megan and Destini reflect on the last couple of months. These past few months have been traumatic and draining, to say the least with COVID-19 putting the world on pause and with the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Tayler, Elijah McCain, and unfortunately, the list goes on. This harsh reality for unarmed black people continues and as two black women, Megan and Destini are trying to find answers."
Email sent from Heike Fahrenberg, Associate Professor and Director at the Middlebury School in Germany, in response to Miguel Fernandez' Message of Accountability email regarding the deletion of Professor Marisel Hernandez-Romero's email from the Middlebury server.
Email sent by Chief Diversity Officer, Miguel Fernandez; Vice President of Academic Affairs, Sujata Moorti; and President Laurie Patton to Middlebury students, staff, and faculty, in response to outrage at the deletion of an email from Professor Marissel Hernandez-Romero from Middlebury's server. Hernandez-Romero's email describes racism she experienced during her time at Middlebury.
Email sent by Professor of Mathematics, Mike Olinick, to Chief Diversity Officer, Miguel Fernandez; President Laurie Patton; and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Surjata Moorti in response to the Message of Accountability email sent by the college. The Message of Accountability email was sent in response to Marissel Hernandez-Romero's email describing racism she experienced at Middlebury and the subsequent deletion of her email from the Middlebury server.
Group oral history collected by Rebekah Irwin and Aylie Baker (Middlebury Class of 2009) during the Iftar meal breaking the Ramadan fast at the Muslim Students Association Room in Forest Hall. Topics included racial discrimination, the Muslim bans (a series of discriminatory executive orders and proclamations issued by the Trump administration), and college experiences of Muslim students.
Episode description: "This week, Caroline King and Sadie Housberg sit down with Professor J Finley, who teaches in the American Studies, GSFS, and Black Studies departments at Middlebury. A follow-up to Episode 6, this episode takes a contemporary look at white supremacy at Middlebury, and delves into topics such as anti-racist education and student activism at an institution like Middlebury."
Episode description: "Sadie Housberg and Caroline King speak with filmmaker and film Professor Natasha Ngaiza on what it means to be critical in watching films during the Black Lives Matter Movement."
All-campus (all-student, all-faculty, all-staff, all-retiree, all alumni) email sent wihtout permission by Professor Marissel Hernandez-Romero prior to her departure from Middlebury. In the email, Hernandez-Romero details racism she experienced while teaching at Middlebury College. The email was deleted from Middlebury's server, but was circulated among students, faculty, and staff.
Email sent by the Student Government Association (SGA) to the Office of the President, Hannah Ross, David Gibson, Sujata Moorti, and Vijay Menta in response to the deletion of an email sent by Professor Marissel Hernandez-Romero detailing racism she experienced while at Middlebury College.
Email sent by the Student Government Association (SGA) to Middlebury students regarding the upcoming virtual town hall meeting. The email addresses the deletion of Professor Marissel Hernandez-Romero's email describing racism she experienced during her time at Middlebury.
Resolution by the Middlebury Student Government Association (SGA) and the Black Student Union (BSU) pledging support for Black and Minority students and recommending that the Administration respond to racism on campus, particularly in the wake of the March 2nd protests during Charles Murray's visit to Middlebury. The resolution was sponsored by Rae Aaron, Feb Senator and Speaker; Jin-Mi Sohn, SGA President; David Vargas, First Year Senator, and Charles Rainey, BSU President.