Join Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney and Khalil Gibran Muhammad, Professor of History, Race, and Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School, for a discussion about the state of voting rights, including the restoration of voting rights for felons.
Refreshments will be served. This event is co-sponsored by the Black Student Union at the Harvard Kennedy School.
Starr Auditorium, B-200, Belfer Building, Harvard Kennedy School
Please join us for a career panel on domestic and international crisis management, featuring HKS mid-career students with professional experience in humanitarian aid, emergency management, and military operations. Light refreshments will be served.... Read more about Crisis Management Career Panel
Ash Center Foyer, 124 Mount Auburn St., Floor 2, Suite 200N
Join authors Maya Sen, Associate Professor of Public Policy, HKS, and Matt Blackwell, Assistant Professor of Government, Harvard, in discussion about their recent book, Deep Roots: How Slavery Still Shapes Southern Politics. Orlando Patterson, John Cowles Professor of Sociology, Harvard, will moderate.
Deep Roots: How Slavery Still Shapes Southern Politics
David Huereca Hawthorne, MPP ’19 and Alyssa Davis, MPP ’19 will discuss their work to streamline homeless services in Oakland, CA and encourage equitable growth in Grand Rapids, MI. Tessa Kaneene, Program Manager for the Bloomberg Harvard City Leadership Initiative, will moderate.
Lunch will be served.
The Ash Community Speaker Series features discussions with students, faculty, fellows, and alumni whose research or other academic work is...
Harvard Center Shanghai, 5/F, Shanghai IFC-HSBC Building, 8 Century Avenue, Pudong, Shanghai 200120, China
You're invited to join us for two public discussions held in conjunction with the Ash Center's China Philanthropy Conference. First, a practioners roundtable conversation and second, a public forum titled, "The Future of Giving & Next Generation Philanthropy in China."
The schedule will be as follows:
2-3:30 - Practioners Roundtable
3:30-4:00 - Break
4:00-5:30 - Public Forum: The Future of Giving and Next Generation Philanthropy
Ash Center, 124 Mount Auburn St., Floor 2, Room 226
Join Miles Rapoport, Senior Practice Fellow in American Democracy, for the fourth session of a study group titled, "Elections 2018 Through the Practitioner’s Lens."
Elections 2018 Through the Practitioner’s Lens
The 2018 elections will not just be a question of who wins and who loses; they will be a stress test of America’s democratic processes. Issues of election safety, voting access, the new wild west of campaign finance and redistricting will have major impact for the future. This Study Group will feature experienced...
Ash Center Foyer, 124 Mount Auburn St., Suite 200N
Join Jonathan Collins, Ash Center Democracy Visiting Fellow, AY 2017 - 2019, for a discussion about the relationship between civic participation, local governance and urban schools. Collins' dissertation and current book project, Democracy Speaks: Rethinking Schools and Local Governance, demonstrates that both the way that residents feel about local government and the actual school board policies and outcomes produced by school boards both begin with the extent to which school boards establish a culture of deliberation with the public. However, the project also...