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March 2018

Vanita Gupta named 2018 Richman Fellow (3/6-3/7)
The former top civil rights prosecutor in the U.S. and current president of the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, Vanita Gupta was named the 2018 Brandeis University Richman Distinguished Fellow in Public Life. She is the first woman and the first child of immigrants to run the largest civil and human rights coalition in the nation. Vanita Gupta will be in residence at Brandeis University from Tuesday, March 6 through Wednesday, March 7, 2018. Read more about the upcoming visit here.

February 2018

DEIS Impact 2018 (2/1-2/11)
The International Center for Ethics, Justice and Public Life and the Student Union presents Brandeis University’s sixth annual weeklong "festival of social justice." Students, professors, clubs, and academic departments will host dozens of events, featuring talks, artmaking workshops, performances, exhibits and discussions. Read more about 'DEIS Impact here.

January 2018

Second Cohort of ENACT Fellows has been announced (1/25)
The 13 new ENACT Faculty Fellows come from colleges and universities across the United States. They join 16 Faculty Fellows who are teaching new courses or enhancing existing courses that engage students in hands-on study and work related to state-level legislation. Read about the newest ENACT Fellows here. Learn more about ENACT: The Educational Network for Active Civic Transformation here.

ENACT Student Delegates begin their second semester strengthening the ENACT network (1/10)
Four alumni of ENACT courses across the country are serving as the first ENACT Student Delegates this academic year. Read about the ENACT Student Delegates here. Learn more about ENACT: The Educational Network for Active Civic Transformation here

Winter/Spring 2018 Ethics Central Newsletter is now available (1/10)
The Winter/Spring 2018 Ethics Central Newsletter is now available in print and online. Articles include, "In Their Own Voices: Language Interpretation and International Criminal Justice," a report on IMPACT- Imagining Together: A Platform for Arts, Culture and Conflict Transformation, and an excerpt from Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw's Gittler Prize lecture "Race, Reform, Retrenchment Redux: Critical Race Theory and Intersectionality Beyond Post Racialism". View or download it here.

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