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Spring 2017 Earlham Dialogue (ED) Talks

These events are intended for the on-campus community

Patty Lamson No More Deaths (border group) Feb. 21 4:00 p.m. CoLab
Jonathan Diskin and JoAnn Martin Post-Factualism and Identity Politics Feb. 27 4:00 p.m. CoLab
Natalie Scenters-Zapico, GLCA New Writer Poetry about Life on the US-Mexican Border March 2 4:00 p.m. Friends Banquet Room A
Welling Hall and Raja Krishnan From Private Curses to Civil Discourses: Experiments in 1:1 Conversations March 6 Noon CoLab
Cassio Muniz* Class Structure and Class Privilege in the United States March 7 2:30 p.m. LBC 208
Cassio Muniz* Is the United States a Middle Class Society? Does Everyone have an Equal Chance to Succeed? March 10 2:30 p.m. LBC 208
Emily Filler The Supreme Court and Religious Freedom March 13 Noon CoLab
Tom Hamm Earlham and Japanese-Americans During WWII March 14 4:00 p.m. CoLab
Master of Arts in Teaching Faculty and Guests Teaching for Social Justice March 16 4:30 p.m. CoLab
Rebecca Voelkel '91 Sovereignty, Cultural Reclamation, and Environmental Justice: Scottish Reflections on DAPL March 27 4:00 p.m. CoLab
Emi Smith and Lindsey McGee Why People are Marching for Science March 28 4:00 p.m. CoLab
Seth Powless Why Social Media is Polarizing Us and What to Do about it March 29 9:00 a.m. CoLab
Thor Hogan* Origins of the Present Day in the Reagan Revolution April 3 1:00 p.m. LBC 124
Bob Johnstone Trumpian Capture of the White Working Class April 6 4:00 p.m. CoLab
Nicole  Haggard, Mount Saint Mary’s University #MediaMatters April 10 Noon CoLab
Bob Gitter, OWU From the Puebla to the Heartland: Mexican Migration to the United States April 12 Noon CoLab
Group Discussion Fear and Loathing in the Campaign’s Wake April 17 Noon CoLab
Ahmed Khanani* Are There No Gay Arabs? April 17 7:15 p.m. LBC 211

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