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04.24.2019
After serving six terms in the U.S. House of Representatives, Senator Flake was elected to the United States Senate, where he served for six years. While in the Senate, Senator Flake chaired the Subcommittee on Privacy, Technology & the Law, which sits at the intersection of innovation and regulation.
12.06.2017
During the white supremacist “Unite the Right” rally on August 11-12, 2017 in Charlottesville, Virginia, hundreds of counter-protestors clashed with white nationalists, resulting in dozens of injuries and one fatality. Months later, the timeline and events of the day, as well as the response by Charlottesville police, are under scrutiny.
11.08.2017
Ai-jen Poo is executive director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance and co-director of Caring Across Generations. She is an award-winning activist, thought leader, and social innovator, and a leading voice in domestic workers’ rights and family care advocacy.
02.22.2017
The battle against the recidivism of youthful offenders is one of Los Angeles County’s most difficult struggles. In 2015, The Los Angeles County Juvenile Probation Outcomes Study found that one-third of youth on probation from the county’s juvenile delinquency system are re-arrested within a year of their release. Rev. Gregory J. Boyle, S.J.
11.14.2016
The International Panel on Social Progress is a group of international scholars who are studying a number of issues – democracy, poverty, global risks, health, violence, religion and education, among others – with the overarching intent to evaluate how societies have evolved and what barriers or drivers exist for advancement.
04.28.2016
First coming to public attention in January 2014, the photos were taken by a former military photographer known as “Caesar,” who smuggled more than 55,000 images out of Syria on thumb drives after the conflict began to escalate.
05.02.2015
The Center for Information Technology Policy, the Program in Law and Public Affairs and the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs hosted a live conversation between Edward Snowden (in Russia) and journalist Barton Gellman '82 (in Princeton).
04.06.2015
Schulte writes about work-life issues and poverty, seeking to understand what it takes to live “The Good Life” across race, class and gender. Her work aims to answer such questions as: Why do Americans work such long hours? Why can't minimum wage salaries cover the cost of a two-bedroom apartment?
10.07.2014
Cashin teaches constitutional law and race and American law, among other subjects. She writes about race relations and inequality in America. Her new book, “Place, Not Race,” argues that affirmative action as currently practiced does little to help disadvantaged people and offers a new framework for true inclusion.

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