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Part of a webinar series on immigrants in rural America, this session will focus on critical asset-building strategies like homeownership and naturalization.
Journalist Jeff Chang's latest book is We Gon' Be Alright: Notes on Race and Resegregation. He will discuss it with Washington Post writer Jonathan Capehart.
These recurring gatherings introduce fresh topics, new books and popular speakers and invite community members to join the discussion.
Our seminars aim to deepen knowledge, broaden perspectives and enhance the capacity to solve problems faced by leaders.
Guided walking tours will be led by Landscape Architect Ann Mullins.
This seminar explores the key contours of, and tensions among, fundamental values such as freedom, equality, justice, community, wealth creation.
Guided Art Tours of the exhibit will be led by Curator and Art Registrar Lissa Ballinger.
Retreat led by Susan Lehman, editor of the Times Insider section at the New York Times and former deputy editor of the NYT Sunday Review.
Our annual summit will generate out-of-the-box thinking about the intersection of labor and financial markets and the impact on vulnerable families.
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