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    The Fight for Free Speech

    ABC News assistant chief counsel Ian Rosenberg weighed in on the scope and limits of free speech. This virtual event was hosted by the Center for Brooklyn History in New York City.

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    America and Iran

    University of Pennsylvania Middle East Center Director John Ghazvinian talked about the relationship between America and Iran going back to the Persian Empire. This virtual event was hosted…

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    Surviving the White Gaze

    Cultural critic Rebecca Carroll talked about her challenges with racial identity and racism. This virtual program was hosted by the Center for Brooklyn History in New York City.

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    Author Discussion on the State of Conservatism

    Authors Rick Perlstein, Tasha Philpot and Nicole Hemmer discussed the state of conservatism. This virtual program was sponsored by the Center for Brookly History and the Social Science…

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    Fight the Power

    Clarence Taylor, author of Fight the Power, discussed the history of civil rights in New York. This video was provided by the Brooklyn Book Festival.

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    Author Discussion on Policing, Criminal Justice Reforms and Community Safety

    Journalists Maya Schenwar and Victoria Law offered their thoughts on policing, criminal justice reform, and building safe communities. This virtual event was sponsored by the Brooklyn…

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    The Meritocracy Trap

    Yale law Professor Daniel Markovits talked about his book, The Meritocracy Trap: How America’s Foundational Myth Feeds Inequality, Dismantles the Middle Class, and Devours the Elite, in…

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    Trial of Soviet Spy Rudolph Abel

    Scholars talked about the events surrounding the trial of Soviet spy Rudolf Abel and how accurately they were portrayed in Steven Spielberg’s film, Bridge of Spies. The film is the story of…

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    Whitney Plantation and Slavery

    John Cummings talked about the Whitney Plantation, a Louisiana plantation dating back to the late 1750s, which Cummings bought and turned into a museum devoted to telling the story of slavery on…

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    Artifacts from New York History

    Sam Roberts, author of A History of New York in 101 Objects, used a selection of artifacts from his book to tell the story of New York City. The objects ranged from a 1624 Dutch document…

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