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Civil Rights in an Age of Extremism - a Nation 150th anniversary event
Thu, Apr 30, 2015 4pm to 5:30pm
Madison Museum of Contemporary Art - 227 State St Madison, WI
Apr 3, 2015

A conversation about race, immigration, policing, and what civil rights mean today in Wisconsin & America. Featuring Gary Younge (The Nation & The Guardian), Christine Neumann-Ortiz (Voces de la Frontera), Rep. Mandela Barnes, and M Adams (Young, Gifted and Black & Freedom Inc). Moderated by John Nichols (The Nation & The Capital Times). Seating available on a first-come, first-served basis. This discussion will also be broadcast on the Madison City Channel. Many thanks to our co-host, the Havens Center and to our sponsor, The Livingston Inn. The Nation Magazine is the oldest weekly news magazine in the country, celebrating its 150th anniversary with events across the country. For a complete list of events in the Madison area on April 29th, 30th, and May 1st, please visit thenation.com/events.

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Civil Rights in an Age of Extremism - a Nation 150th anniversary event