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foreign affairs symposium

Foreign Affairs Symposium
Artist/activist Boots Riley on film, capitalism, social justice
Published April 4, 2019
Acclaimed director of 'Sorry to Bother You' discusses the history of activism, his artistic career, and effective forms of protest
Foreign Affairs Symposium
Pardon the disruption
Published Feb 11, 2019
The student-run speaker series invites public figures and activists to discuss issue relating to the theme 'Disrupt'
Foreign Affairs Symposium
Chelsea Manning: 'The objective is to do something'
Published April 3, 2018
In JHU talk, polarizing activist discusses her decision to leak classified documents
Foreign Affairs Symposium
Four takeaways from Samantha Power's talk
Published March 14, 2018
Former U.S. ambassador to the U.N. discusses current political climate, addresses issue raised by student protesters
Foreign Affairs Symposium
Chelsea Manning, Samantha Power headline 2018 lineup
Published Feb 12, 2018
Five events announced for spring speaker series organized and run by undergrads
Foreign Affairs Symposium
Outside the mainstream
Published April 26, 2017
VICE co-founder Suroosh Alvi discusses the future of news and online media
Foreign Affairs Symposium
Putting faith in government with a little 'G'
Published March 9, 2017
Former U.S. Chief Technology Officer Aneesh Chopra says the mechanisms of government can drive innovation, discovery
Foreign Affairs Symposium
On walls, fear, and exclusion
Published Feb 23, 2017
Award-winning Dominican-American author, activist speaks at JHU's Foreign Affairs Symposium
Foreign Affairs Symposium
'If you're going to create, failure has to come'
Published Feb 9, 2017
Author, activist, and JHU alum Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie talks politics, race, and writing as part of the Foreign Affairs Symposium
Foreign Affairs Symposium
'Alternative viewpoints'
Published Feb 2, 2017
Novelists Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Junot Díaz among speakers for 2017 spring semester