Join us for part one in a four part webinar series exploring the nation’s entrenched relationship between racism and politics. This series is co-hosted by the USC Price School and its Center for Inclusive Democracy, the California Black Freedom Fund, the Latino Community Foundation and the AAPI Civic Engagement Fund. Click Here to RSVP Part… Read More »Behind Closed Doors: Part 1 How the Los Angeles City Council Recording is a Case Study in the Exercise of Political Power through Racism in the U.S.
It is easy to condemn obvious wrongdoers such as Elizabeth Holmes, Harvey Weinstein, and the Sackler family. But we rarely think about the many people who supported their unethical or criminal behavior. In his talk, "Complicit", Max Bazerman will tell compelling stories from his book about those who enabled the scandals. He will also offer… Read More »Partner Event: Complicit by Max H. Bazerman
Join us for part three of a four-part webinar series which will explore the entrenchment of racism in U.S. politics, and its impact on political power and representation in communities. Titled “Behind Closed Doors,” the webinar series is being hosted by the USC Price School and its Center for Inclusive Democracy, the California Black Freedom… Read More »Price Event – Behind Closed Doors: Redistricting – Does it Really have to be Zero-Sum Politics? How Multi-Racial Coalitions Have Worked Together to Build Political Power for All
It will take more than bricks, mortar and money to rebuild Ukraine. It will require enormous human capital including the academics, physicians and policy experts who are essential to driving economic growth. And it will require overcoming problems, including corruption and a declining population, that plagued Ukraine even before it was invaded. Please join our… Read More »Price Event – Rebuilding Ukraine: The Human Factor
George Washington and author Michael Pollan both have had a profound and enduring influence on humanity’s relationship with food. Washington’s research into how to modernize farming led to new approaches to crop rotation and soil management that remain relevant today. Meanwhile, Pollan’s thoroughly researched books have unearthed insights into how our food is produced and how it… Read More »Partner Event – Food for Thought: A Conversation with Michael Pollan
Organized By Price School Location: California State Capitol, Room 437 Date: Thursday, July 27, 2023 Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. Registration Link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/california-redistricting-opportunities-and-remaining-challenges-tickets-617359056557 Email your questions or comments to: firstname.lastname@example.org Give a gift to support USC Price's mission to improve communities worldwide.
Why is government failing in the digital age and how can we do better? Author Jennifer Pahlka offers a deeper theory for why the U.S. government struggles in this era of digitalization. The discussion is hosted by the USC Price School’s Civic Leadership Education and Research (CLEAR) Initiative. Location: Virtual DATE: Friday, August 11, 2023… Read More »Bookmarked: A Conversation with Jennifer Pahlka on Recoding America
Concern over climate change is heating up, but it’s still tepid compared to many other issues that drive voter behavior. What will it take for voters to put a higher priority on the defining issue of our time? Join our panel of experts to find out. Organized By USC Price Events Date: Monday, September 25,… Read More »How to Make Climate Change a Hotter Voting Issue
Do Join us on October 17 2023 for the event Assignment: Earth Solutions for a Sustainable Future Organized by USC Price School of Public Policy, USC Viterbi School of Engineering and USC Center for Sustainability Solutions Date: Oct 17 2023 Location: Town and Gown - USC campus Time: 10:30 a.m.– 5 p.m.
How will the current political dynamics of Congress impact governing and policy implementation? Join us to hear from Price School experts on what the tumult in Congress means for the future of American politics. Jeffery Jenkins Provost Professor of Public Policy, Political Science, and Law, USC Price School; Maria B. Crutcher Professor of Citizenship and… Read More »Price Presents: A House in Disorder