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Political strategist LaTosha Brown discusses voter suppression in virtual event

'Right now in Wisconsin, there are 129,000 voters who the State Board of Elections want to try to force to be removed,' Brown says

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Bestselling author discusses science, sociology, ethics of genetic research

Author of 'The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks' urges students to stay curious

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Oneida member says native communities, federal agencies must work together for sustainable futures

Speaker says current economic development damages native communities

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Me Too movement creator Tarana Burke discusses sexual violence, community support on campus

Burke challenged UW administration to find better solutions to campus sexual violence

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Activist discusses prison system reform as part of Distinguished Lecture Series

Mariame Kaba said mass incarceration in America is a criminalization problem

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Bestselling author, scientist discusses Flint, Michigan water crisis

Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha told story of her role in uncovering the crisis and her efforts to help aid recovery

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DLS: Phil Yu highlights power of online activism in empowering Asian Americans

Yu started his blog, "Angry Asian Man," in 2001, quickly gained traction among online community

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Reporters should be biased in today’s world, lecturer says

Jeremy Scahill emphasized importance of holding government accountable, role of young people in shaping new political precedent

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Killer Mike looks to ‘kill’ systemic racism through education, communication

Education, communication among ways to fix broken government systems, inadequate policing

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