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In 2020, the Lyndon B. Johnson (LBJ) School of Public Affairs at The University of Texas at Austin will turn 50, marking a half-century since one of the most action-oriented policy presidents in American history declared his intention to educate new generations of young people to become bold "thinkers and doers." During the landmark anniversary year, the LBJ School will present three daylong programs that spotlight contemporary, high-profile voices known for their imaginative and thoughtful leadership in their chosen arenas.Read more
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An incisive, data-based look at current refugee policy and the economic ramifications of these immigration policies.
RLP 1.302B, Patton Hall
On Jan. 30, the Clements Center for National Security will host Alan McPherson, Professor of History and Director of Center for the Study of Force and Diplomacy at Temple University, for a talk on "The Long Struggle between Fascism and Human Rights in Latin America" at The University of Texas at Austin.
SRH 3: First Floor Lobby
On Jan. 30, the Center for the Study of Race and Democracy will host Dr. Khalil Gibran Muhammad as the inaugural presenter in the William C. Powers, Jr. Speaker Series. Dr. Muhammad, one of the nation’s leading scholars on race, democracy, inequality, and criminal justice, will speak on "The Descent of Democracy and the Promise of African American History."