Did you know that Chhange began in 1979 as a Lunch and Learn series? This spring, Chhange went back to our roots and created our virtual Lunch and Learn Series. You can watch each of the recorded Lunch & Learns below.
Our most recent Lunch & Learn was The History of Human Rights, led by Dr. Sara E. Brown. This program took place July 15, 2020.
Previous Lunch and Learn Programs are available on our YouTube Channel:
Women's Experiences during the Genocide in Rwanda
April 2, 2020
Dr. Sara E. Brown, Chhange's Executive Director, shared findings from her work and research on women's agency before, during, and after the 1994 Genocide against the Tusti in Rwanda.
Personal Survivor History: Helena Flaum
April 8, 2020
Ally Evans, Chhange's Exhibit and Administrative Coordinator, discussed Helena's history, utilizing testimony from her Survivor Scrapbook, Chhange’s permanent exhibit Journeys Beyond Genocide: The Human Experience, and our online Personal Histories platform.
Personal Survivor History: Dr. Khachig Boghossian
April 15, 2020
Nicole Rizzuto, Chhange's Program Manager, introduced the incredible history of one of the Armenian Genocide Survivors featured in our exhibit Journeys Beyond Genocide: The Human Experience.
April 22, 2020
Nicole Rizzuto outlined different identities and language used across the gender and sexuality spectra, empowering viewers to use inclusive language in their community, classrooms, and relationships.
Personal Survivor History: Ruth Knopp
June 10, 2020
Ally Evans and Dale Daniels, Chhange's First Executive Director, led this Holocaust Survivor Personal History, complete with cherished memories of Ruth volunteering at Chhange and creating Chhange’s valued library.
LGBT Heroes in New Jersey
June 24, 2020
Nicole Rizzuto introduced viewers to inspiring heroes born in New Jersey, working to further LGBT rights in New Jersey’s past and present.
Check out our other virtual offerings at the Chhange YouTube Channel!