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Category: Rosa Golchin

Polis Recap: An Evening with Huma Abedin & Reggie Love

“On Wednesday, February 21st, Polis: Center for Politics hosted Polis Distinguished Fellows Huma Abedin and Reggie Love (Duke ’05) to discuss their respective memoirs, Both/And and Power Forward. The evening focused on the Distinguished Fellows’ pathways to politics and how they became confidantes for the prolific political figures of former President Obama and Hillary Clinton, respectively…”

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Combating Hate and Bias Recap: The Unifiers

“The final panel of the Combating Hate and Bias Conference centered on “fostering transformative conversation across differences.” The panel consisted of a cross-disciplinary group of researchers and leaders who have incorporated disparate or oft-overlooked groups into critical political conversations. The Panel included Professor Jed Atkins, Professor…”

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Combating Hate and Bias Recap: Keynote with NYT Columnist and Sanford Professor Frank Bruni

“In a keynote address for the Combating Hate and Bias Conference, New York Times Columnist and Eugene C. Patterson Professor of the Practice of Journalism and Public Policy in the Sanford School of Public Policy Frank Bruni joined Dr. Deondra Rose to discuss the ways in which hate…”

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Combating Hate and Bias Recap: Fighting Racism, Hate, and Bias at the State and Local Levels

“The second panel in the Combating Hate & Bias conference explored how hate, bias, and racism challenge state and local communities. Speakers from academia and state government offered insights into the ways in which communities are fighting for a future that is free of racial…”

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Polis Recap: Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt

“Described as a “rising star” in politics, Mayor David Holt (R) is the youngest mayor that Oklahoma City has had in nearly a century and the first Native American to serve in the position. He joined POLIS for a conversation about his pathway to public service, his strategies for governing a “purple” city in a highly partisan age, and his conviction that elected officials can and should tell voters difficult truths…”

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PSC Dinner & Discussion: NC Midterm Election

“On November 3rd, Polis Student Committee members joined a panel of four students and two professors to discuss the upcoming North Carolina midterm elections, their motivations for engaging with initiatives to get out the vote, and the importance of the youth voice in politics Speaking at the panel were Chloe Decker (’25) of NC Young People’s Alliance; James Gao (’24)…”

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