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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Experts discuss a new Open Society Foundations report assessing the human rights impact of the UK government’s effort to engage teachers, doctors, and other caregivers in the fight against violent extremism.
Committee Room 10, House of Commons, Westminster, London SW1A 0AA, UK (Please use Cromwell Green entrance, allowing 15 minutes for security clearance.)
Join community leaders, activists, police, and scholars as they share ideas for finding solutions to the violence, tension, and mistrust that exists between cops and the community.
BRIC House Ballroom, 647 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, NY 11217
Andy Stern discusses his recently published book, which investigates the current and projected state of the labor economy as emerging technologies push us toward a future with fewer overall jobs.
Reginald F. Lewis Museum, 830 East Pratt Street, Baltimore, MD 21202
Rosa Brooks discusses her new book, which examines what happens when the ancient boundary between war and peace is erased.
How artists, environmentalists, conservationists, and political actors are contributing to the revitalization of the city of Varanasi.
A discussion of a new book exploring how demographic shifts are changing America.
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.
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.