EVENTS

UPCOMING EVENTS

Feb 27
A Conference exploring race, segregation, and inequality fifty years after the release of the historic Kerner Commission Report. From #...
Feb 28
We are hosting a special film screening of Whose Streets? followed by a discussion with co-director Sabaah Folayan Wednesday evening during our "...
6:30pm
Mar 06
In celebrating the International Women’s Day, the Haas Institute invites you to join us engaging with Kathryn Moeller, the author of the recently...
12:00 - 1:00pm
Mar 06
Two nights in the Bay Area. Two stellar panels. Join us as we revisit the film Gattaca and its vision of a vastly unequal future based on human...
Mar 16
Anne Case of Princeton University is set to speak on “Morbidity and Mortality in Working Class America” at UC Berkeley. This talk is a part of the...
12pm - 1:30pm

PAST EVENTS

Oct 20
FOR A VIDEO AND WRITE-UP OF THE TALK CLICK HERE Title of the talk: “The Costs and Benefits of an Addiction Diagnosis: A Critical Look at Racial...
12pm - 1:30pm
Oct 19
FOR A VIDEO AND WRITE-UP OF THE TALK CLICK HERE When it comes to sex, why are we magnetized by consent? Instead of renovating consent to make it sexy...
4pm - 6pm
Oct 18
Haas Director john a. powell will be facilitating a panel on race and equity during a plenary session at the 2017 National Forum on Family...
6:30pm - 9:00pm
Oct 16
Within the broader context of rising Islamophobia, this presentation sheds light on the legalized othering of Muslim communities across the United...
4pm PST
Oct 10
Elsadig Elsheikh , the director of the Global Justice Program at the Haas Institute, will be presenting his recent report, " Moving Targets: An...
12:30pm - 2:00pm
Oct 10
Join us to listen to sociologist G. Cristina Mora talk about how Southwest Mexicans, Miami Cubans, and New York Puerto Ricans came to see themselves...
12:15pm - 1:45pm
Oct 05
The Haas Institute is co-sponsoring a talk by Patrisia Macías-Rojas , a sociologist who teaches at the University of Illinois at Chicago, on her book...
12:10pm - 1:30pm
Sep 30
The symposium takes its name from the title of Jay Dolmage’s forthcoming book, Academic Ableism . “For too long,” Dolmage argues, “disability has...
10am - 5pm

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