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Stanford Faculty Discuss Hamilton, sharing their perspectives on the history, casting, and music of the Broadway phenomenon Hamilton and the popular Stanford course Hamilton: An American Musical.

Toppling Monuments: As Confederate monuments and memorials are toppled across the United States, Stanford historian James T. Campbell says it is important to think historically not only about the past but also about our own time and what future generations might say about us.

Lessons in Local Government and Reinventing a City with Michael Tubbs

In July, SNBAA announced the launch of “Stanford LegacyConversations Featuring Linda Lorelle,” a monthly series exploring the outstanding lives, accomplishments, and perspectives of prominent Stanford alumni!  Watch below for the first two episodes.

Linda’s first episode featured Dr. Woody Myers who discussed a wide range of topics including “Post Pandemic Possibilities.”  Watch now.

In response to the keen interest in Professor Carson’s work with the MLK institute among the Stanford black alumni community, SNBAA invited Dr. Carson to discuss the legacy and future of the MLK Institute, his perspective on Black history education, and how Stanford alumni can get involved in a conversation with Emmy-award winning journalist Linda Lorelle.  Watch now.

As videos of black men being shot and killed by police became national news with terrible frequency, in a 2016 New Yorker article Allyson Hobbs asks, "Why should we look at these videos?"

Additionally, on a recent alumni panel, Allyson Hobbs discussed what makes the historic protests ignited by the murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and so many others different from those of the past? Watch now.

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