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    In Conversation: Martha Minow & Newt Minow

    Harvard Law Professor Martha Minow sits down with her father and television visionary Newt Minow to explore amnesty, law, and forgiveness as it pertains to border control and immigration in the U.S.

    Martha Minow
    Professor, Harvard Law

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    • Buy small portions of people's debt, especially as a consequence of incarceration, through the Rolling Jubilee Collective.
    • Spend some time with refugees, asylees, and other immigrant populations in Chicago by volunteering with World Relief Chicago or the Syrian Community Network based in Chicago.
    • Buy a scarf from RefuSHE to provide support and empowering women across borders around the globe.
    • Open your home to a refugee in the U.S. in need of temporary housing through Airbnb's OpenHomes initiative.
    • Give support to Latino’s Progresando, a Chicago-based organization that provides resources and education to Chicago’s Latino community.

    Idea: Are borders really the problem?

    A Conversation about border security and the refugee crisis.

    Martha Minow
    Professor, Harvard Law
    Jose Antonio Vargas
    Pulitzer Prize–Winning Journalist & Author, Dear America: Notes of an Undocumented Citizen
    Michael Shear
    White House Correspondent, The New York Times
    Carol Marin
    Director, Center for Journalism Integrity and Excellence, DePaul University
    Julie Hirschfield Davis
    Congressional Editor, New York Times

    The war games of modern geopolitics have initiated a humanitarian crisis that defines our times. With renewed emphasis on borders and what they mean, how are refugees changing our understanding of the nation, of borders, and of ourselves? This Talk will explore the converging worlds of human rights, global security, and high-stakes diplomacy. Together, we’ll confront essential questions about global ethics and offer a new approach for policymakers and peace advocates.

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