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Judge Gertner:  Academic Institution Discrimination Cases
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Judge Gertner: Academic Institution Discrimination Cases

someone once said that you know most people can be introduced in terms of those schools that they attended that i perhaps should be introduced in terms of the schools that i sued uh… along the lines of these cases

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Down to the Wire with Cole Young Episode 2
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Down to the Wire with Cole Young Episode 2

Hello and welcome back to another episode of Down to the Wire I’m your host, Cole Young. A lot has happened since our last episode and we got a lot to cover, and a lot of wheels to spin, including

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Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard ─ Build, Don’t Bomb: A New American Foreign Policy
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Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard ─ Build, Don’t Bomb: A New American Foreign Policy

[MUSIC PLAYING] Congresswoman Gabbard is in her fourth term representing the citizens of Hawaii’s 2nd congressional district and she’s done so since 2013. Representative Gabbard serves on the House Armed Services Committee as well as the House Financial Services Committee.

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Dani Rodrik – From Globalization To Hyper-Globalization and Back
Building Health Equity in an Unequal World: Practitioners Sharing Strategies
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Building Health Equity in an Unequal World: Practitioners Sharing Strategies

CAROLINE KUO: Good afternoon, everyone. Welcome. My name is Caroline Kuo, and I serve as the Assistant Dean for Diversity and Inclusion at the School of Public Health. Thank you for joining us today. It’s so great to see all

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Rachel Harding – Mysticism and Mothering in Black Women’s Social Justice Activism: Brazil/USA
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Rachel Harding – Mysticism and Mothering in Black Women’s Social Justice Activism: Brazil/USA

Hello. Good afternoon. Good afternoon. I know that some of us are still in the hallway trying to grab some food, but I think it’s important for us to get started. Welcome to the third of our speakers– I mean,

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Marshmello & Kane Brown – One Thing Right (Official Music Video)
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Marshmello & Kane Brown – One Thing Right (Official Music Video)

🎵I’ve cheated and I’ve lied🎵 🎵I’ve broke down and I’ve cried🎵 🎵I’ve got nothing to hide🎵 🎵No more🎵 🎶 🎵I’ve loved and I’ve hurt🎵 🎵Broken people down with words🎵 🎵More grace than I deserved🎵 🎵For sure🎵 🎶 🎵Known to be

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David Shields, Writing Diversity Series
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David Shields, Writing Diversity Series

Good evening. I assume everyone can hear me OK. Welcome to this evening’s reading and part of the Writing Diversity Lecture Series that are being hosted by the Nonfiction Writing Program. First, a few things– I think I’m supposed to

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Political Concepts at Brown: The Science Edition (Video 1)
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Political Concepts at Brown: The Science Edition (Video 1)

ADI OPHIR: I will start with praising and thanking the Cogut Institute, which she directs and leads, for hosting this initiative and giving us all the support needed for the project. And special thanks to Keith Salisbury and to Alder

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