Us vs Them: Politics and competition

Alan Abramowitz is the Alben W. Barkley Professor of Political Science at Emory University. He’s a popular expert on national politics, polling and elections. His expertise includes election forecasting models, party realignment in the United States, congressional elections and the effects of political campaigns on the electorate.

Muslims & more
Conversations about religion, politics, and policy

Some say religion is the source of political and policy conflicts, others say religion can be the solution to social challenges. Converse with people of various faiths (and of no faith at all).

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Pictures at a provocation

"In viewing the picture listed on the title page of this paper and hearing the stories, I recognized the need to lend my voice to advocate more for my undocumented neighbors."

Hiking the Spiritual Trail and contemplating compassion

The Jewish scholar Abraham Joshua Heschel once said, “Equality is a good thing. What is lacking is a sense of the monstrosity of inequality."

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Debate global issues

Discuss developments around the world with experts and with people who shape those developments.

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MAI’s Refugee Fair and Iftar Dinner

Felix Rippy attends an iftar and discovers that not all new Hoosiers necessarily want to stay Hoosiers

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Discuss youth-led initiatives

young people want to change the world ... talk to them about the resources and skills they need to do it.

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Economic development
Yoga on the Spiritual Trail

"but few buildings and public space have been designed in a way that orients them to the river. There are often regulatory restrictions for the reason for structures such as buildings, to be designed away from these areas, but the trail recognizes the potential connection and spiritual meaning that nature can bring."

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From Atoms to Indianapolis

"This event underscored the importance of presenting the opportunity for the public to have access to new information in a setting that allows the public to ask questions and receive answers pertaining to the information."

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