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Does the U.S. still need affirmative action?
Published Nov 22, 2023
Experts deliberated the pros and cons of race-based affirmative action in a debate open to the public hosted by Johns Hopkins University's SNF Agora Institute
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'Fighting for the right to have rights'
Published Nov 21, 2019
For eight years, Farida Nabourema has been the face of opposition to the Togolese government—a dangerous role, considering the president's critics are often arrested, kidnapped, or killed.
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Kenan Thompson at Shriver Hall
Published Oct 16, 2019
The longest-tenured cast member of NBC's 'Saturday Night Live' discussed his career and the role comedians play in society
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Fighting like a mother
Published Sept 26, 2019
Activist Shannon Watts, founder of the national nonprofit Moms Demand Action, discusses guns, elections, and the waning influence of the NRA during MSE Symposium event
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Her reporting helped launch a movement
Published Oct 18, 2018
Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter Meghan Twohey co-wrote articles that helped launch the #MeToo movement
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Hasan Minhaj speaks at JHU
Published Dec 7, 2017
Acclaimed comedian, 'Daily Show' correspondent blends social, political commentary during JHU visit
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4 takeaways from John Kasich's talk
Published Nov 14, 2017 Video
Former GOP presidential candidate focuses on mental health, kindness, and faith
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A country divided by fake news
Published Nov 3, 2017
MSNBC political analyst Joy-Ann Reid discusses the polarized media landscape and how we got here
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50th anniversary lineup revealed
Published Sept 20, 2017
John Kasich, Joy Ann Reid, Hasan Minhaj, leaders of the Women's March will visit JHU for student-run speaker series
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Bernie Sanders ticket info
Published Nov 4, 2016
Tickets to see U.S. senator, former presidential candidate on Nov. 17 to be made available online