Events Information for 2021
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Digital Event Thursday April 8 5:30PM MDT
The Yale Association of New Mexico is proud to present
Protest and Activism at Yale through the Decades
A Conversation with Michael Morland '87, '93 MDiv and New Mexico Yale Alums.
Hosted by Mary-Charlotte Domandi '82 host of KSFR’s Radio Café.
A Virtual Event on Thursday, April 8 at 5:30 PM MDT
You MUST pre-register for this free event here.
Michael Morand is the Public Relations & Communications Officer for the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Yale University. A graduate of Yale College in 1987 and the Yale Divinity School in 1993, he began work with the university in 1993 in the Office of the Secretary. He was associate vice president of Yale for New Haven & State Affairs from 2000 to 2010, responsible for local government relations and partnerships for community development. During his undergraduate years he actively protested against the apartheid government of South Africa and demanded Yale divest from the country.
Mary-Charlotte Domandi ‘82 is an award-winning radio and podcast producer. Her most recent programs highlight Congresswoman Teresa Leger Fernández (congressdiary.com) and regenerative agriculture (downtoearthradio.net). Her public radio program, the Radio Cafe, won numerous awards, and she was voted “Best Radio Program/Best Radio Personality” six times by the readers of the Santa Fe Reporter. She is a graduate of Yale University and St. John’s College. She is also a Latin music DJ, has studied social and folkloric dance in Cuba, and has interviewed many distinguished Latin musicians.
In case you missed or want to re-visit our wonderful conversation with Northern New Mexico's new Congresswoman Teresa Leger Fernández '82 you can watch a video of it here.
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