Affinity Spaces

This week's space will shift focus from identity and affinity groups, to a community gathering on the theme "Reflecting on Harvard's History & Legacy."

Join the Harvard community for an afternoon of open conversation, sharing experiences, and connection. Community & Affinity Spaces are a series of open conversations where Harvard community members can connect with others who share their identities. Visit Reflecting on Harvard's History & Legacy to see related University-wide events.

Student-Only Conversation
Tuesday, April 26 at 4:30 p.m. ET



All-Community Conversation
Thursday, April 28 at noon ET





See a list of all Reflecting on Harvard's History & Legacy events related to the release of the Harvard & the Legacy of Slavery report.

Affinity Spaces



Events center around a theme for each gathering. Participants will have an opportunity to respond, reflect on their own experience, and connect with others. All Harvard affiliates are welcome! 
With the exception of April, Affinity spaces usually offer breakout rooms for the following identities, including:

  • Allies
  • Asian / Asian American
  • Black
  • Disability / Neurodiversity
  • First Gen/Low Income
  • International
  • Intersectional
  • Latinx
  • Muslim
  • Native American / Indigenous / Pacific Islander

Please email to request an additional breakout room.

    Listen and add to the Affinity Spaces music playlist.

    Future sessions will be offered through the academic semester. We encourage you to be in touch if you have suggestions for creating a space for an identity or affinity group not represented. 

    Live captioning is provided. If you have any questions or require accommodations, email in advance of your participation. Click here to download an accessible version of this flyer (PDF)