"Democracy vs. January 6: Causes and Consequences of Divisive Politics and Civic Unrest"
Hood College Martha E. Church Center for Civic and Community Engagement co-sponsors event alongside other colleges and universities
Saturday, Apr. 30
8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Virtual, via livestream
Join the Hood College Martha E. Church Center for Civic and Community Engagement for a livestream from Washington, D.C. to hear a panel of experts speak on the events of January 6, 2021.
Featuring keynote addresses by Capitol Police Officer Harry Dunn and New York Times Congressional Correspondent Luke Broadwater, and panel discussions with authors of a January 6th-themed special issue of the e-Journal of Public Affairs issue as well as American Political Science Association-affiliated scholars.
This event is sponsored by the Menard Family Center for Democracy at Miami University, James Madison University Center for Civic Engagement at JMU, the Hood College Church Center for Civic and Community Engagement, the American Political Science Association's Civic Engagement and Politics, Literature, and Film Sections, the National Capital Area Political Science Association and the Randolph-Macon Department of Political Science
Dr. Katherine M. Robiadek
Director, Martha E. Church Center for Civic Engagement
- Law & Political Sciences