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  1. Election Prayer Nights: This Far By Faith

    Do you find yourself praying for insight into this challenging and divisive election season? Campus Ministry invites you to bring your participation in political life into the light of prayer. In celebration of Black Catholic History Month, Night...
  2. Election Prayer Nights: One Body in Christ

    Do you find yourself praying for insight into this challenging and divisive election season? Campus Ministry invites you to bring your participation in political life into the light of prayer. On this Election Day evening, join...
  3. The 2020 Election: What to Expect? Who will Win? What's at Stake?

    Join us for a conversation with Henry Olsen and Ruy Teixeira on the upcoming 2020 election. Use this Zoom link: https://notredame.zoom.us/j/95877407086. Henry Olsen is a Washington Post columnist focusing on politics, populism, and American conservative thought and a...
  4. Civil Dialogue and Free Expression on College Campuses

    This student-led conversation will bring together experts on campus free expression and political discourse with student leaders from several universities who are affiliated with BridgeUSA. BridgeUSA is a national organization focused on improving the state...
  5. Building an Anti-Racist Vocabulary: "Health Inequity" with Dr. Rhea Boyd

    Join the Klau Center for Civil and Human Rights as Dr. Rhea Boyd, BA '06, Director of Strategy and Equity for the California Children's Trust, explores racial health inequities. Dr. Boyd travels to teach students and trainees about...
  6. Rebuilding Trust in our Nation's Institutions

    This will be a one-hour conversation and Q&A session between NBC’s Anne Thompson '79 and former South Bend mayor and presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg, who is now a Fellow at Notre Dame’s Institute for Advanced...
  7. The US Presidential Election and Asia Policy

    Elections influence foreign policy, either by reinforcing the current trajectory or prompting course corrections by a new administration. Beijing's intimidation in Hong Kong, along the Indian border, in the South China Sea, and towards Taiwan...
  8. The 19th Amendment and the Myth that All Women Vote the Same

    In August 1920, the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution made it illegal to prevent people from voting based on their sex, enfranchising millions of women around the country. But its protections were not applied...
  9. Building an Anti-Racist Vocabulary: "Allyship" with Austin Channing Brown

    Join the Klau Center for Civil and Human Rights as media producer, author, and speaker Austin Channing Brown explores allyship. She is the author of I’m Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness, and executive...
  10. Exploring Racial and Social Injustice and Inequality in America

    This session will feature leading scholars discussing the history, root causes, and modern-day implications of social and racial injustice in America, with the goal of promoting change through greater understanding of these issues. Bridging the...
  11. Converge Kick-Off

    Details forthcoming Due to the University's policy limiting visitors to campus, this event is open to members of the Notre Dame community only.
  12. Understanding and Engaging Movements for Justice: Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis

    Register for this event here. The events of 2020 are laying bare inequalities that have long plagued the United States and the global community. The intersections of the pandemic, ongoing racialized violence, and hate-filled political...
  13. Political Polarization in America

    This session will explore key milestones and influences that have led to the current polarization of American politics, the ways in which political debates have influenced the political process, and the role of the news...
  14. Speak4America Event

    Details forthcoming Due to the University's policy limiting visitors to campus, this event is open to members of the Notre Dame community only.
  15. Beyond Good Manners: Promoting Civil Discussions on Issues that Divide Us

    This first event in the series, Bridging the Divide, will set the stage by emphasizing the need for fact-based ethical arguments on important political issues. Panelists will share their observations and insights on current challenges in political...
  16. Debate Watch

    Join Notre Dame Student Government for a debate watch on South Quad.  Due to the University's policy limiting visitors to campus, this event is open to members of the Notre Dame community only.
  17. Social Media, Democracy, and Dangerous Speech

    Michael L. Best Professor of International Affairs and Interactive Computing, Georgia Tech Director of Research, Georgia Tech - Shenzhen Social media offers new ways for citizens to discuss and debate politics and engage in the...
  18. Rock the Vote!

    Rock the Vote: Sponsored by Student Government Join us for food trucks, games, live music, voter registration stations, ballot requesting tables, and prizes! Rock the Vote is part of Notre Dame Student Government's Civic Engagement Week. The...
  19. Building an Anti-Racist Vocabulary: "Flint" with Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha

    Join the Klau Center for Civil and Human Rights as Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, director of the Michigan State University and Hurley Children’s Hospital Pediatric Public Health Initiative, explores the racial dimensions of the Flint water crisis....
  20. Understanding and Engaging Movements for Justice: Sarah Nahar

    Register for this event here. The events of 2020 are laying bare inequalities that have long plagued the United States and the global community. The intersections of the pandemic, ongoing racialized violence, and hate-filled political...
  21. National Voter Registration Day

    Join ND Votes and ND Athletics for a documentary and brief talk on the importance of voting and voter registration opportunities! This talk is part of part of Notre Dame Student Government's Civic Engagement Week. The...
  22. National Voter Registration Day Tabling

    Learn about and register to vote at various locations across campus as part of Notre Dame Student Government's Civic Engagement Week.  The dorm with the highest attendance at Civic Engagement Week events will win free...
  23. College Presidential Debate

    Join us for to watch College Democrats and College Republicans debate student-submitted questions about issues, candidates, and more, to kick-off Notre Dame Student Government's Civic Engagement Week. The dorm with the highest attendance at Civic Engagement Week...
  24. Latinx Voters and the 2020 Election

    A Conversation with ILS Faculty Fellows: ILS Director Luis R. Fraga & Associate Professor of Political Science Ricardo Ramirez The rising prominence of Latino voters in electoral politics comes with its own set of potential...