To be rescheduled at a later date
Aiming to "fix the bugs in our democracy," a people-powered activism movement has taken hold since the 2016 election. Those who are part of this wave are tackling difficult issues like gerrymandering, voting rights, and fairness in democracy through grassroots efforts.
Today, about 15 million children in the United States live in families with incomes below the federal poverty threshold. This is why reducing childhood poverty is a top priority for some U.S. lawmakers, who are trying to identify the most effective ways to reverse course of this troubling trend.
The Harold T. Shapiro Lecture on Ethics, Science, and Technology
Alexander M. Capron, University Professor, Scott H. Bice Chair in Healthcare Law, Policy and Ethics, and Professor of Medicine and Law, University of Southern California
The concept of autonomy—a bedrock of liberal societies—is...
**WILL BE RESCHEDULED IN FALL 2020.