An educational series on civic sustainability hosted by Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Political Science Michael Dukakis in conjunction with the Presidential Council on Inclusion and Diversity
Most Recent Event
Northeastern panelists and the audience discuss the rise in Anti-Asian hate crimes, the deeper histories and ideological forces behind this rise, as well as steps to address racism. We also explore the new social movements that are emerging at this time.
Associate Professor of Philosophy; Director of Politics, Philosophy and Economics Program
Serena Parekh is an associate professor of philosophy at Northeastern University in Boston, where she is the director of the Politics, Philosophy, and Economics Program. She is the co-editor of Feminist Philosophy Quarterly. Her most recent book, No …
The Northeastern Reflects Civility Series offers regular opportunities to connect the campus in dialogue around issues related to conflict, civility, respect, and peace. The effort is a collaboration between the College of Social Sciences and Humanities and the Office of Student Affairs. Understanding that by working together we can become pioneers in civic sustainability, the practice of civility engages a diversity of opinions, and in acknowledgment of the wrongs of the past, broadens personal networks, finds common ground in social action and can make the world a better place.