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May
14
2019
Ask A Feminist—Shifting #MeToo from Red Carpets to Culture Change

Open Society presents a hard-hitting, lively talk about the #MeToo movement. Panelists will discuss shifting paradigms, restorative justice, and the ways celebrities both enabled and distorted the movement.

May
6
2019
Refocusing the EU

In the lead up to the Sibiu Summit, where European leaders will meet on May 9 to discuss the future of Europe, this event aims to refocus the debate on issues that truly matter.

Location:

BOZAR Centre for Fine Arts, Horta Hall, Rue Ravenstein 23, 1000 Brussels

May
1
2019
Film Screening and Q&A—Lazarus: A Tribeca Film Festival Entry about a Rising Malawian Pop Star with Albinism

Lazarus, rising Malawian pop star, joins Open Society to discuss albinism, discrimination, and the film about his life.

May
1
2019
Reimagining the Image: Walé Oyéjidé

Open Society Moving Walls fellow Walé Oyéjidé shares excerpts from his project After Migration, currently on view at Open Society Foundations–New York as part of the Moving Walls 25/Another Way Home exhibition.

Location:

International Center of Photography Museum, 250 Bowery, New York, NY 10012

Apr
26
2019
Raised in the System—Documentary Screening and Discussion

Actor and producer Michael K. Williams hosts a screening of his documentary about people impacted by the juvenile justice system.

Location:

Reginald F. Lewis Museum; 830 East Pratt Street, Baltimore, MD 21202

Apr
24
2019
A Conversation on Art and Politics with Hank Willis Thomas, Christine Eyene, and Patrick Gaspard

Artist Hank Willis Thomas, curator Christine Eyene, and Open Society President Patrick Gaspard discuss Thomas’s work and its relationship to contemporary political contexts.

Location:

BOZAR Centre for Fine Arts, Rue Ravenstein 23, Brussels

Apr
17
2019
The Struggle to Ensure All People with Disabilities Can Live in a Home of Their Own

Following a screening of the Frontline/ProPublica documentary Right to Fail, a panel of activists and journalists discuss the rights of persons with disabilities to live and be included in their communities.

Apr
4
2019
Whose City Is It Anyway?

The Berlin office of the Open Society Foundations hosts a conversation on housing rights, exclusion, and the future of Berlin as a capital of activism.

Location:

CLB Berlin, Aufbau Haus am Moritzplatz, Prinzenstraße 84.2, 10969 Berlin-Kreuzberg, Germany

Mar
25
2019
Talking About Race: A Conversation with Beverly Tatum and Sonja Santelises (video)

Baltimore City Public Schools CEO Sonja Santelises talks with Beverly Tatum about the role race plays in schools today and the relevance of Tatum’s work in majority African-American districts like Baltimore.

Location:

University of Baltimore Law School, Moot Court Room, 1401 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21217

Mar
21
2019
Ask a Feminist—What We Talk About When We Talk About Rape

Author Sohaila Abdulali and filmmaker Vaishali Sinha will explore the narrative and perceptions of rape victims, power, and feminism in the era of the #MeToo movement.

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