Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Pizza, Pop & Politics


Location: Geddes Hall, Coffee House

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Unpacking the 2018 Midterm Elections Results: What We Know and What it May Mean

Join the Center for Social Concerns’ ND Votes in our first Pizza Pop and Politics event of the fall semester. Three professors of political science will share their expertise to kick off a conversation about the results of the midterm elections. Professor David Campbell will offer insight into how youth voted and political polarization. Professor Darren Davis will discuss the role of race and the politics of white resentment. Professor Christina Wolbrecht will analyze the impact of women voters and women candidates on the midterms.

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Thursday, November 15, 2018

Panel Discussion: "Life's Loteria: Immigration in Academia, Journalism, and Media"


Location: McKenna Hall Auditorium


Given the controversial narratives that have emerged about immigrants, it is important to recognize the existing immigration narratives in academia, journalism, and media. This panel and public discussion will explore how Latinos have been misrepresented and underrepresented and how they have persevered and even thrived in industries that have ignored or been hostile to immigrant narratives.

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