Panel 2: The Imperative for Racial and Economic Justice
How do we talk about race, identity, and polarization in a way that doesn’t imagine that one election—or one elected leader—can heal all wounds?
Race, Polarization, and Life After the Election
Generation Citizen: The Power of Youth in Our Politics
The SNF Agora Institute and Johns Hopkins SAIS hosted a conversation on how, amid multiple crises, people can come together to navigate this historic moment.
SNF Agora Conversations: Protest, Activism, and Organizing
July 10, 2020
Join “SNF Agora Conversations” for a discussion on how, amid multiple crises, people can come together to navigate this historic moment.
Protest, Activism, and Organizing
What Happened When the Minneapolis Police Lost Legitimacy?
What happens in a democracy when the public no longer consents to being governed by institutions they perceive as being illegitimate?
Anger, Injustice, and a Crisis of Democracy
In turbulent times, how can faith leaders help their communities respond, heal, and move forward toward real change?
Faith Leadership in Times of Crisis
Last summer, the killings of two unarmed African American men-Eric Garner in Staten Island, New York, and Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri-by white police officers reignited the national conversation about racial inequality in the United States.
Racial Inequality After Racism
Fredrick C. Harris
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