Challenging Racism in U.S. National Policy: Lessons from Grassroots Advocacy

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"Challenging Racism in U.S. National Policy: Lessons from Grassroots Advocacy" with Larissa Gil Sanhueza and Jameelah Lewis Join us to examine specific ways that activists and grassroots organizers in the United States are advocating for more just and equitable policies on the federal level. By meeting directly with legislators, engaging media, and mobilizing their communities, […]

“Courageous Conversations” with Carol Li, Laura Rouse, & Jinny Wang

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Leaders are often called upon to facilitate meaningful, civil, and sometimes difficult conversations. Come to this workshop to learn about why such conversations are as important as ever, and experience how they can be structured to encourage open and inclusive dialogue. This workshop is relevant for students working with teams and communities and anyone wanting […]

Careers in Peacebuilding Talk Story Series

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As part of our "Careers in Peacebuilding Talk Story Series" we will be joined by Steve M. Wise, President of the Nonhuman Rights Project. The Nonhuman Rights Project (NhRP) is the only civil rights organization in the United States dedicated solely to securing rights for nonhuman animals. The NhRP work challenges an archaic, unjust legal […]

Forgiving the Unforgiveable – ‘Sakura & Pearls: Healing from WWII’, with Director G.K. Hunter and Prof Brien Hallett

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Director G.K. Hunter discusses his latest documentary "Sakura & Pearls: Healing from World War2" that is a cutting edge PBS documentary about a special meeting between the Japanese Survivors of the Atomic Bomb and the US Survivors of Pearl Harbor. This remarkable and intense exchange between former enemies is sparking dialogue about how we can […]