24 JUN 07:00 p.m.

Democracy In Peril

University of The District of Columbia, Student Ballroom, Level 1 4200 Connecticut Ave,NW; Washington, D.C. 20008, February 26, 2019 @ 3:00 p.m.

The sanctity and integrity of American democracy, once the envy of the world, is increasingly threatened by Russia and other bad actors. On June 24, 2019, at 7 pm in the Student Center Ballroom (4200 Connecticut Avenue NW), the University of the District of Columbia’s Institute of Politics, Policy, and History (www.ipph.org) will examine the immediate and long-term dangers of such attacks. The expert panel includes: Malcolm Nance — leading specialist on intelligence, and regular MSNBC contributor Ambassador Daniel Fried — American diplomat and Distinguished Fellow at the Atlantic Council Congressman Jamie Raskin— (D, MD), Member of the House Judiciary Committee and the Committee on Oversight and Reform Virginia Kase — League of Women Voters CEO, and proponent of For the People Act Professor Gilda Daniels — voting rights expert, Advancement Project, University of Baltimore School of Law Rev. Mark Thompson — moderator, political commentator, and UDC alumnus

Event Details

Date:
24 June 2019
Time:
03:00 p.m.
Where:
University of The District of Columbia Student Ballroom Level 1
Street:
4200 Connecticut Ave, NW
City:
Washington, D.C.
Email:
info@IPPH.org

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Rediscovering District of Columbia history – and its consequential role in determining contemporary politics and policy serves as our primary charge.

We will establish platforms for making Washington, D.C. history more accessible and intriguing to contemporary audiences and explore, especially through the lens of the Nation’s Capital, the cultural/political fault-lines that have perennially plagued our nation and obstructed our quest to become a more perfect union.

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