News and Upcoming Events
October 26th, 2015
Madame Presidentá: Why Not US?
In Madame Presidentá: Why Not U.S. filmmaker Heather Arnet chronicles the journey of two women, one from the U.S. and one from Rio de Janeiro, as they explore the key question of why so many other countries have elected female presidents before the United States. In the process they make important discoveries about new democracies, community, and women’s rights.
November 16th, 2015
America’s Longest War: The War on Drugs at Home and Abroad
Since 1971, when President Nixon declared the “war on drugs,” the United States has spent considerable resources at home and abroad in an attempt to curtail the illegal drug trade– with little success. The Goldstein Program in Public Affairs invites you to attend a panel discussion of the consequences of the drug war at home and abroad with experts from the Open Society Foundations. This event is free and open to the public.