Otelia Cromwell Day is an annual slate of workshops, lectures, films and entertainment held to honor Smith's first African-American graduate. The first Otelia Cromwell Day was held in 1989 in an effort to provide the college community with an opportunity for further education and reflection about issues of diversity and racism.
Otelia Cromwell Day 2012, with the theme “Social Justice, Activism and New Media,” was held Thursday, November 8.
The Otelia Cromwell Committee is seeking new members!
If you are interested in contributing to making this year’s Otelia Cromwell Day the best one yet, please join us. All students, faculty and staff are invited to participate. Please contact Deborah Delaney for more information.