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Immigration and Citizenship After COVID-19

The Student Advisory Board of the Center for Politics and the People will be hosting Enrique Morones, the founder and former executive director of Border […]

Discussion of “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot: Why the Protests in Ferguson and Baltimore Matter, and How They Changed America”

The Center for Politics and the People (CPP) will host a ZOOM webinar with Dr. Jennifer E. Cobbina, Associate Professor in the School of Criminal […]

Discussion of “Civic Virus: Why Polarization is a Misdiagnosis”

The Center for Politics and the People (CPP) and the Department of Psychology is hosting a ZOOM conversation on March 29th from 4:30 to 5:45 […]

Price Wars: How Financial Markets Can Stabilize Countries

‘Price Wars: How the Commodities Markets Made Our Chaotic World’ by Rupert Russell explores how commodity traders in New York and London have destabilized societies […]

Russia-Ukraine Conflict

This webinar discusses Russia’s military invasion of Ukraine, its historical context, current situation, reactions and sanctions, security implications, and what might happen next. Participants: Lowell […]

Free Film Screening – Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution

The Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) along with the Center for Politics and the People (CPP) invite you (all students, faculty, staff, and community […]

Judy Heumann: Our Fight for Disability Rights

Judith Heumann will be joining us for a Zoom Webinar to discuss the disability rights movement and her book “Being Heumann.” Judith (Judy) Heumann is […]

Redistricting and Voting

With the release of new census data in early August, state legislatures will now undertake redrawing election districts for the next ten years. Where one […]

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What the Demise of Local News Means for Democracy

A discussion with the authors of News Hole: The Demise of Local Journalism and Political Engagement. Quote from Amazon “…this study shows that the demise […]