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THURSDAYS FOR JUSTICE

DISCUSSION SERIES

EVERY 3RD THURSDAY @ 7 PM ET

Understanding America's divided political culture, with Barbara Ferman, Ph.D, Temple University.

Thursdays for Justice is a monthly Zoom discussion led by an authority on a current issue impacting social justice, equality, and human rights. 

THUR JAN 21 AT 7 PM ET

INSURRECTION:

HOW DID WE GET HERE?

Insurrection: How Did We Get Here?

Explore the political and social polarization in the U.S. with Dr. Barbara Ferman, Professor of Political Science at Temple University, and host David Green, Doylestown’s Salem Church, as they discuss the historical precedents dating back to the founding of our country along with the current impact of social media, talk radio, and Trumpism. 

 

During the online event, participants will have an opportunity to join in the discussion and ask questions of Dr. Ferman. 

 

Barbara Ferman is Professor of Political Science, author of four books, and founder and Director of the University Community Collaborative. Dr. Ferman is a specialist in urban politics, and her publications focus on political leadership, public policy, housing, and community development. Her complete bio can be found at https://liberalarts.temple.edu/academics/faculty/ferman-barbara

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Jan. 21 - Insurrection: How Did We Get Here? Understanding America's divided political culture. Barbara Ferman, Ph.D, Temple University

Feb. 18 - Opening Doors in America: The ADA & What it Means to You & Me. Anthony Coelho, Congressman & Co-Author, Americans With Disabilities Act

March 18 - A Shot in the Arm: The Promises and Controversies of the COVID Vaccines. Glenn Rall, Ph.D, Chief Academic Officer, Fox Chase

April 15 - Bring Me Your Poor, Your Hungry: Is America Still the Promised Land? Vanessa Stine, Immigrants' Rights Attorney, ACLU

May 20 - Is a Threat On Gay Marriage a Threat to Us All? Ginger Hardwick, Employment Attorney

June 17 - We Are Family: The Marginalization of Nontraditional Families & Social & Economic Policies That Promote Its Continuance. Cheryl H. Litzke, Ph.D, LMFT, Therapist    

July 15 - Are You Being An Accomplice For Racial Justice? Marlene Pray, Human Rights Activist

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