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Race, Gender, Religion, Region: Who are we as a Nation?

Myra Kraft Open Classroom Featuring:

  • Ben Bradlee Jr., Pulitzer Prize Winner, Author of “The Forgotten” on Trump voters and the 2016 election
  • Professor Margaret Burnham, Northeastern School of Law
  • Professor Meg Heckman, Northeastern School of Journalism

When: Wednesday, October 9, 2019
Time: 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Where: West Village F, Room 20 (Map)
Questions? sppua@northeastern.edu

Free and open to the public. Feel free to utilize this shareable flyer.

Semester Schedule

This fall’s Myra Kraft Open Classroom will explore the nuanced relationship between media and the presidential primaries. The School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs, in partnership with the Schools of Journalism and Law, will present a series of weekly panels comprised of politicians, reporters, and Northeastern faculty experts, who will address crucial issues such as immigration, identity politics, technology, economic inequality, relations with China, and the use of political satire. These weekly events are open to all members of campus and the community. For those that cannot join us in person, each week’s panel will be live-streamed*.

The Fall 2019 Myra Kraft Open Classroom is sponsored by Northeastern University’s School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs, in partnership with the Schools of Journalism and Law.

*All seminars are live-streamed via Facebook Live.

Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Northeastern University West Village F, Room 20

Event Type

Panel/Roundtable Discussion


CSSH, School of Law, The School of Public Policy & Urban Affairs





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