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  • Minorities and Conflict Prevention
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    Minorities and Conflict Prevention

    The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) High Commissioner on National Minorities delivered remarks on conflict prevention at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced…

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  • emAs Black as Resistanceem
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    As Black as Resistance

    William Anderson discussed his book, As Black as Resistance: Finding the Conditions for Liberation, at the Baltimore Book Festival’s Radical Bookfair Pavilion.

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  • Senator Daniel Inouye Oral History Interview
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    Senator Daniel Inouye Oral History Interview

    Daniel Inouye was the first Japanese American to serve in both the U.S. House and Senate. He served until his death on December 17, 2012. In this 2008 oral history, Mr. Inouye talked about…

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  • emCharlie Chanem
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    Charlie Chan

    Yunte Huang talked about the life and times of Hawaii detective Chang Apana (1871-1933) and cultural impact that the fictional character based on him produced. He spoke at D.G. Wills Books…

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  • Washington Journal Cristobal Alex Discusses the Hispanic Vote  Campaign 2018
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    Cristobal Alex on the Hispanic Vote and Campaign 2018

    Cristobal Alex talked about Hispanic voters and campaign 2018.

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  • Inclusive Presidential History
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    Inclusive Presidential History

    The White House Historical Association convened a meeting in Washington, D.C. of those who work at presidential sites around the country -- and of descendants of presidents from James…

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  • emNo Ashes in the Fireem
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    No Ashes in the Fire

    CASSIUS editor-at-large Darnell Moore spoke with panelists about his memoir, No Ashes in the Fire: Coming of Age Black and Free in America, in which he detailed his life and journey to…

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  • emSpeaking Truth to Powerem
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    Speaking Truth to Power

    Professor Anita Hill talked about her book, Speaking Truth to Power, published by Doubleday. The title of the book refers to her attempt in 1991 to convince the Senate Judiciary Committee that she was…

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  • Congressional Hispanic Caucus Leadership Conference Racial Equity
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    Congressional Hispanic Caucus Leadership Conference, Racial Equity

    Panelists in this portion of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute’s leadership conference discussed racial equity and the effects of racism on public education throughout the…

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  • Human Rights Campaign Dinner Eric Holder and Anne Hathaway
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    Human Rights Campaign Dinner, Eric Holder and Anne Hathaway

    At the Human Rights Campaign annual dinner, former Attorney General Eric Holder talked about advancing LGBTQ rights under the Obama administration as well as his own redistricting project.…

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  • Former Vice President Biden Addresses Human Rights Campaign Dinner
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    Human Rights Campaign Dinner, Joe Biden Remarks

    Former Vice President Joe Biden addressed the Human Rights Campaign’s annual dinner in Washington, D.C. The former vice president spoke about the fight for LGBTQ rights and the need to treat everyone with dignity.…

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  • National Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration
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    National Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration

    President Trump marked Hispanic Heritage Month with a reception at the White House. He made brief remarks and invited two Hispanic business owners to talk about their experiences in the…

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  • QA with Zachary Wood
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    Q&A with Zachary Wood

    Zachary Wood, assistant editor at The Atlantic, talked about his book, Uncensored: My Life and Uncomfortable Conversations at the Intersection of Black and White America.

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  • emThe Trans Generationem
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    The Trans Generation

    Professor Ann Travers reported on the findings of her study that followed the lives of transgender children for five years.

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  • NAACP LGBTQ Town Hall
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    NAACP LGBTQ Town Hall

    African-American LGBT leaders participated in a town hall gathering called “The State of LGBT People of Color in America” as part of the NAACP’s' Annual Convention in San Antonio, Texas.…

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  • Pocahontas and American Indian Imagery
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    Pocahontas and American Indian Imagery

    We toured the “Americans” exhibit in the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, DC with curator Cecile Ganteaume. She showed us how Indian names and images are used on products,…

    227 views
  • emTinderboxem
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    Tinderbox

    Robert Fieseler recounted the deaths of 32 people due to an arson at the Up Stairs Lounge, a gay bar in New Orleans, on June 24, 1973.

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  • Middle East Ambassadors Discuss ISIS Attacks on Religious Minorities
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    ISIS Threat to Religious and Ethnic Minorities

    Iraq’s Ambassador to the U.S. and the Kurdistan Regional Government’s Representative to the U.S. joined a discussion on the aftermath of the 2014 ISIS attacks against religious and ethnic…

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  • American Bar Association Annual Meeting Trump Administration Policy Agenda
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    American Bar Association Annual Meeting, Trump Administration Policy Agenda

    Policy advocates talked about Trump administration’s policies in areas affecting transgender military service, people with disabilities and the criminal justice system. Sixth Circuit Court…

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  • emThere Will Be No Miraclesem
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    There Will Be No Miracles

    Casey Gerald remarked on the path he took from his upbringing in Dallas to his education at Yale University.

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