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Jul
27
2016
Book Launch: The End of White Christian America

A discussion of a new book exploring how demographic shifts are changing America.

Jul
25
2016
Roundtable with Finalists for Executive Secretary of Inter-American Commission on Human Rights

As the Inter-American Commission prepared to elect a new executive secretary, this roundtable offered a rare opportunity to hear from the candidates themselves and engage in a moderated discussion with civil society.

Jul
25
2016
Finalistas al Cargo de Secretario(a) Ejecutivo(a) de Comisión Interamericana de Derechos Humanos

Mientras la Comisión Interamericana se preparaba para elegir a su nuevo Secretario Ejecutivo, esas charlas presentaron una oportunidad de escuchar a los candidato(a)s y de participar en una discusión con la sociedad civil.

Jul
14
2016
Fueling Economic Advancement and Empowerment Through Land Rights (audio)

This discussion examines the importance of land rights to open society priorities, how land rights create a foundation for other interventions, and the opportunities and challenges facing a growing land rights movement.

Jul
13
2016
Punishing the Poor: Opening Reception for #unconvicted

In the United States, nearly all arrested people are required to pay cash bail in order to be released from jail before trial, yet more than three in five inmates remain behind bars because they cannot afford to pay.

Location:

The Living Well, 2443 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21218

Jun
29
2016
Armed Drones, Counterterrorism, and Human Rights: The Need for a European Voice?

A panel of speakers with firsthand insight into drone operations will discuss human rights in the context of drone use and the fight against terrorism.

Jun
28
2016
Investing for Agency: A Discussion with Rich Donovan, Pioneer of Investing in Disability (audio)

Rich Donovan of Return on Disability discusses his work to define and unlock the economic value of the disability market.

Jun
24
2016
Artists for Change: A Showcase from Creatives for Global Drug Policy Reform

An international panel of artists discuss their work promoting drug policy reform.

Jun
23
2016
Talking About Race: Confronting the New Wave of Islamophobia

Three experts discuss the rise in anti-Muslim sentiment in the United States during the current election season.

Location:

Turpin-Lamb Theatre, Murphy Fine Arts Center, Morgan State University, 2201 Argonne Drive, Baltimore, MD 21218

Jun
7
2016
Talking About Race: Black Politics and Neoliberalism

Lester Spence discusses his book on the effects that the neoliberal, “human capital” turn has had on African American communities.

Location:

Turpin-Lamb Theatre, Murphy Fine Arts Center, Morgan State University, 2201 Argonne Drive, Baltimore, MD 21218

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