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30th Anniversary Benefit



Professor Martha Minow joined us for a conversation on “Reimagining Civics: Democracy, Social Justice, and Global Education”. Professor Minow is the 300th Anniversary University Professor (Harvard’s highest faculty honor) and Carter Professor of General Jurisprudence at Harvard Law School. She served as Dean of Harvard Law School from 2009 to 2017. Renowned for her wide-ranging intellectual curiosity and influential interdisciplinary scholarship, Professor Minow has offered original ways to frame and reform the law’s treatment of racial and religious minorities as well as women, children, and persons with disabilities. She has taught and written about many matters relating to human rights and the law, and her current work focuses on whether and when legal systems and rules should promote forgiveness.

Reimagining Civics:
Democracy, Social Justice, and Global Education

 

Natacha Scott, K-12 Director of History and Social Studies Boston Public Schools

Martha-Minow

 

 

 Professor Martha Minow
 300th Anniversary University Professor
 Harvard University

 

 

 

  Featuring live music by 440 - Gypsy Jazz
  6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. 

 


        

  Natacha Scott
  K-12 Director of History and
  Social Studies Boston Public Schools

 

 

 

Thank you to our generous sponsors: 

Global Leader
Rosemary & Bill Pisano 

 

Global Citizen 


 

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Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation
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Anne Covert

Rosalie Kerr
Eileen & Joseph Mueller

Mary & Sherif Nada
The Swett Family

 

Global Circle
Anne & John Watt

 

Please contact Judy Katz (617-804-2356 or judy@primarysource.org) for more information.

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