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As we look back, ClassACT HR73 has worked tirelessly this year, bring you our free and informative series of #ClassACTForums, working on initiatives leading up to the election with the Justice & Civic Engagement group,  and bringing classmates together, live or virtually. If you'd like to support our work, please donate below.


When the Stage Goes Dark: Performing Arts in COVID Time

January 11, 2021

This #ClassACTForum explores the impact of the pandemic on the performing arts and its artists. The panelists describe creative solutions they have found for continuing their work and engaging audiences, and offer some innovations and hopes for the future.

Remembering Benazir Bhutto: Lessons in Resilience, Democracy, and Leadership

Click below for highlights from the interactive session organized by the Alumnae-i Network for Harvard Women (ANHW) Pakistan in partnership with #CourtingTheLaw. The session, memorial reflections on the life of Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, HR'73, features former ClassACT Bhutto Fellow, Natasha Jehangir Khan as moderator and Peter Galbraith HR'73 as panelist as well as others who knew her personally and have studied and written about her life and work.


It’s not too late to change the world.

Welcome to ClassACT (Class—Achieving Change Together) HR73, a registered 501(c)(3) initiative of members of the Harvard-Radcliffe Class of 1973, who are working together for positive social change. We really believe it’s not too late to change the world!  The purposes of ClassACT are to bring together Harvard-Radcliffe Class of 1973 classmates to address important local, national, and international problems by creating and supporting positive change; and, to create expanded, rewarding relationships among classmates

Want to know what we have accomplished to date? Check out the CLassACT Five Year Report!



Bridges can be small projects that connect needs of socially responsible organizations, started or actively supported by HR73 classmates, to classmate volunteers who are willing to assist, as well as other opportunities for classmates to network through informal assistance, educational opportunities, and other gatherings. 

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ClassACT has developed relationships with many organizations that arose from either Bridges or Class Acts.  These relationships provide continuing opportunities for substantive classmate involvement.  Have you considered connecting with ClassACT?  Take a step, browse the website, join the newsletter, connect with a classmate.

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Using fellowships, relationship-building, and public education as our tools, the BBLP will advance peace and human rights consistent with the principles Benazir Bhutto believed essential to modern societies--democracy, equality for women, reconciliation of religious and cultural differences, and education without gender or religious bias.  

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