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On ‘One Week in America’

Patrick Parr is the author of two books of nonfiction, both with Chicago Review Press. His first, “The Seminarian: Martin Luther King Jr. Comes of Age,” was published in 2018...

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Mexico Virtual Lecture Series: Where Surgery Is Difficult: Overcoming Barriers to Access in Chiapas, Mexico

In rural Chiapas, Mexico, poor patients often struggle to access surgical care and other medical treatment, even though access is guaranteed by law under the Mexican constitution....

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Week 9: November 11

..Wait! They killed a 10-year old just to get close to Travis Scott?! Host: Emorja Roberson Co-hosts: Euda Fils, Daut’e Martin

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Global Health Seminar: “Lessons from the AIDS epidemic”

In 1981, Dr. James W. Curran ’66 was tapped to lead a CDC task force charged with determining what was behind the first cases of what we now know as AIDS. Dr. Curran will...

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The First Brave Step: A Conversation with Ruby Bridges

The Klau Center for Civil and Human Rights will host an intimate conversation with Ruby Bridges, an iconic figure in U.S. civil rights history and an inspiring figure in the...

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Week 8: November 4

Are you watching the #AhmaudArbery trial with us? How can they have 11 white jurors? Really?! Host: Emorja Roberson Co-hosts: Euda Fils, Daut’e Martin, Blake Woods

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Asian Americans in an Anti-Black World

Join the Klau Center for Civil and Human Rights as Claire Jean Kim, professor of political science, University of California Irvine, and author of Dangerous Crossings: Race,...

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Week 7: October 28

When #GeorgeFloyd was murdered, we heard the voices of many communities protesting for equal rights. Did those who have been fighting since slavery receive their equality? Did the...

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George B. Craig, Jr. Memorial Lecture: “Kill the Messenger: Developing mosquitocidal vaccines and drugs to control mosquito-borne diseases”

Dr. Brian Foy ’94 has helped pioneer studies designed to target mosquito vectors through their bloodmeals as a way to disrupt mosquito-borne pathogen transmission and reduce...

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Global Affairs

The Oedipus Project: Climate Crisis

Please join us for this special event which is part of this year’s Notre Dame Forum on “Care for our Common Home: Just Transition to a Sustainable Future.” Sponsored by the...

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Week 6: October 21

We were able to catch up with a Notre Dame alum, David Krashna ’71, to see how he experienced #NotreDame as an undergraduate. Co-hosts: Euda Fils, Daut’e Martin, and Blake...

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Building Communities of Language, Culture, and Dignity through Spanish Community-Based Learning

For more than ten years, the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures has partnered with the Center for Social Concerns to develop one of the most robust community-based...

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