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  • Roopika Risam

    In response to the administration's immigration policies, Risam and her team used data to tell stories about what was happening at the border and beyond.

  • Donna Brazile talking at Tufts

    Young people are the largest voting bloc, and it’s time for them to get involved in politics, Donna Brazile told a Tufts audience during a Tisch College Distinguished Speaker Series event.

  • We’re excited to announce a diverse lineup of engaging Tisch College speakers in Spring 2019! Join us for our Distinguished Speaker Series, Civic Life Lunches, and events co-sponsored with partners across the Tufts campus.

  • Maura Healey speaking at Tufts

    As part of the Tisch College Distinguished Speaker Series, Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey tells a Tufts audience how she is pushing back on efforts to curtail the rights, resources, and freedoms of vulnerable people.

  • John Kerry speaking at Tufts

    At a Tisch College Distinguished Speaker Series event, John Kerry tells a Tufts audience that young people have always led social change, which is as necessary now as ever.

  • Sarah Ullman and Steve Israel talk to a Tufts audience

    Former Congressman Steve Israel and alum Filmmaker Sarah Ullman say that voters can disarm the gun lobby.

  • Bill McKibben and Julian Agyeman speaking at Tufts

    At a Tisch College Distinguished Speaker Series event, Bill McKibben tells a Tufts audience to organize in movements to fight climate change and stand up for the Earth’s future.

  • Liz Walker at Tufts University

    At a Tisch College Civic Life eLunch, Liz Walker tells a Tufts audience about a community effort to help those suffering from the effects of trauma.

  • Terry McAuliffe speaking at Tufts

    At a Tisch College event, Terry McAuliffe shared his recipe for political success: start young, love your job, and get in people’s—and occasionally alligators’—faces.

  • David Litt at Tufts

    At a Tisch College Civic Life Lunch, , former Obama speechwriter David Litt told students that humor makes people pay attention and can be used to create positive change

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