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September 19th, 2018

September 22nd, 2018

  • Nonviolence is a force for truth, justice, and the well-being of all that is neither passive nor ... 9:00am - 4:00pm: Active Nonviolence Training
    Nonviolence is a force for truth, justice, and the well-being of all that is neither passive nor violent. As Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. put it, nonviolence is “the love that does justice.”

September 27th, 2018

  • Can A Law Right A Wrong? 12:10pm - 1:10pm: Can A Law Right A Wrong?
    From finding justice for internment to making history while seeking redress, our panelists have work tirelessly to shape our legal landscape and push society forward. Please join us in welcoming a panel discussion featuring Dale Minami, Peggy Nagae, and Rod Kawakami.
  • 5:00pm - 6:30pm: Criminal Justice Up Close. From Jailhouse Lawyer to Law Student: The Story of Calvin Duncan
    At age 19, Calvin Duncan was wrongfully convicted of murder. After serving over 28 years in Angola prison for a crime he did not commit, he was released in 2011. Since his release, he has been awarded a Soros Justice Fellowship to vindicate the rights of incarcerated people and is the program director of The Light of Justice Program, which helps incarcerated people gain access to the courts.

October 10th, 2018

  • 8:30am - 6:00pm: Free Speech Symposium: Questioning the Marketplace of Ideas

    How does “free speech” operate on a private, liberal arts campus? Where are the legal boundaries? How do we make sense of the impact of speech on others, especially in relation to power, equity, and privilege? Where are the tensions between speech and community?

    This symposium seeks to explore these questions and more as we situate them in the context of Lewis & Clark College. Join us for a day of discussion and dialogue with students, staff, and faculty from the College of Arts and Sciences, Graduate School of Education and Counseling, Law School, and Common Services.

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March 20th, 2019

  • 7:00pm: A Hollywood Career in Costume Design with Black Panther’s Ruth Carter
    Ruth Carter’s unparalleled ability to develop an authentic story through costume and character has made her one of the most sought after and renowned costume designers today. She has garnered two Academy Award (Oscar) nominations for “Best Costume Design,” for Spike Lee’s MALCOM X (1993) and Steven Spielberg’s AMISTAD (1998) as well as an Emmy nomination in 2016 for the reboot of ROOTS.

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