The Japanese-American human rights activist is at Haverford virtually this semester to educate and reflect on his life's work.
The world-renowned Quaker astrophysicist, who discovered the first radio pulsars, is visiting Haverford virtually this semester to share her experiences in science and spirituality.
The Quaker South African politician and activist will be on campus all semester long, teaching a class and offering several public talks.
All are welcome to attend this four-part faciliated conversation series co-created by the CPGC, Office of Multicultural Affairs, and Quaker Affairs Office.
Fourth Day Meeting
Wednesday: 10:30 – 11:00 a.m.
Center for Spiritual and Religious Life (WCC 207)
This time-honored tradition of keeping a quiet space for reflection and community is cherished by many staff, faculty and students. We would be delighted to have you join us if you are ever on campus during that time.