A lunchtime conversation about James Foreman Jr.'s acclaimed new book on race and criminal justice, which traces the zero-tolerance approach to crime and drugs back to some unlikely origins.
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Join us for a screening of Riot from Wrong, an award-winning documentary about the 2011 London riots triggered by the police shooting of a young man of color.
THEARC, 1901 Mississippi Ave. SE, Washington, D.C. 20020
Join us for the U.S. premiere of Riot from Wrong, an award-winning documentary about the 2011 London riots triggered by the police shooting of a young man of color.
Missouri History Museum, 5700 Lindell Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63112
This forum offers a unique opportunity to gain insight into the underlying trends of a deepening confrontation between Russia and the West that extends into the realms of ideas, information, and values.
Columbia University, International Affairs Building, Room 1501, 420 W. 118th St., New York, NY 10027
Privacy International leads a panel on the surveillance technology industry to mark the launch of a report on the sale of surveillance technologies to Central Asian governments.
Join us for an artist talk with Hasan Elahi and Josh Begley, who use their art to reflect on post-9/11 racial profiling and surveillance culture.
Can lessons on peace building in Kyrgyzstan work in Ukraine?
Two of South Africa’s most recognized legal activists talk about using the law to campaign for the human rights of people living with HIV.
Join us on November 13 for a discussion on surveillance photography at the School of Visual Arts. Panelists include Moving Walls 22 / Watching You, Watching Me artists Andrew Hammerand and Josh Begley.
Moving Walls 22 / Watching You, Watching Me is an exhibition that explores how photography has been used as an instrument of surveillance, as well as a tool to expose and challenge its far-reaching negative effects.