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Policy 360 Podcast features Spring speaker Jacob Bachmeier

A new episode of the Sanford School's Policy 360 podcast features a conversation with Montana Rep. Jacob Bachmeier. Bachmeier is a Democratic member of the Montana legislature who became the youngest state legislator in the U.S. when he was elected at age 18 in 2016. Now in his second term. he represents approximately 10,000 people in a…

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The Chronicle writes about HLP's first event of the semester

The Hart Leadership Program hosted its first event of the semester Monday evening. Titled "Remembering White Supremacy," it featured several members of the Durham City-County Committee on Confederate Monuments and Memorials. The committee's co-chairs Robin Kirk, who is faculty co-chair of the Duke Human Rights Center, and Charmaine McKissick-Melton, an associate professor of mass communications…

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The Forced Return - podcast on immigration

Maggie Loredo and Adriana Figueroa visited the Sanford School recently to talk about the impacts of immigration policy in the United States and Mexico. Maggie is the founder of Otros Dreams en Accion, an organization that helps those who have been deported to Mexico get familiarized with their new home. Adriana is a returnee born…

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Tony Brown leads Fall 36 Hours at Duke

Sanford recently hosted 36 Hours at Duke, a conference that brought together 20 alumni and community members, each paired with a current student in the Enterprising Leadership class , to discuss leadership, values clarification, and opportunities to create small benefits in the lives of those around them. The goal of the programming, according to Hart Leadership Professor…

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Hart Leadership Program hosts Sari Kaufman

Sari Kaufman, survivor of the Parkland school shooting, a student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and voting activist, joined Anita Earls and Symonne Singleton for a panel on voting rights hosted by the Hart Leadership Program. The panel discussion, “Student Voting Rights: Why They Matter,” was moderated by public policy professor Gunther Peck and…

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