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Diversity Symposium

The Middlesex Diversity Symposium is an annual all-school event that takes place over two days.  It begins with a dinner and discussion with our Keynote speaker and flows into the evening keynote address. The design of the program is to have an evening lecture and then the following morning move into an interactive, hands-on program with the community broken into small groups for a common experience in a workshop setting.

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2019: Intersectionality with Rodney Glasgow

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Middlesex School – Diversity Weekend

2018: A weekend with Joel Christian Guild and Kip Bordelon

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Middlesex School – Diversity Weekend March 2017 – Bill Littlefield and Ibtihaj Muhammad

2017: Ibtihaj Muhammed in conversation with Bill Littlefield

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MLK Day Program

The annual MLK Day program is designed to recognize and honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Like the Diversity Symposium, the MLK Day program is an all-school event that offers a mix of guest speakers, artistic performances, and small group activities centered on issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Cornel West Middlesex

hg0088手机登陆2019: A lecture and discussion with political activist, author, and philosopher Cornel West.

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hg0088手机登陆2018: Dr. C.T Vivian, Professor Sonia Sanchez, and Marc Bamuthi Joseph

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Middlesex School – John Carlos

2017: Olympian and activist Dr. John Carlos in conversation with Dave Zirin

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Recent Events:

Diversity Symposium 2019: Understanding Intersectionality with Rodney Glasgow


Diversity Symposium 2018: A weekend with Joel Christian Guild and Kip Bordelon


Diversity Symposium 2017: Ibtihaj Muhammed in conversation with Bill Littlefield

Diversity Symposium Lecture

The annual MLK Day program is designed to recognize and honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Like the Diversity Symposium, the MLK Day program is an all-school event that offers a mix of guest speakers, artistic performances, and small group activities centered on issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion.


MLK Program 2019: Cornel West

Cornel West Middlesex

MLK Program 2018: Dr. C.T Vivian, Professor Sonia Sanchez, and Marc Bamuthi Joseph


MLK Program 2017: Olympian and activist Dr. John Carlos in conversation with Dave Zirin

Middlesex School - John Carlos