Frasure studies and teaches the intersection between race, place, and politics, helping students feel comfortable having sensitive conversations.
The symposium, which features speakers Jon Stewart and Bob Woodward, has its genesis in a white paper written by Harris authors.
More empathic representation by and for people with uteruses in policy and government is critically important to address the worsening maternal health crisis.
Readers want to be engaged—not enraged.
Rahmatullah Hamraz, MAIDP'19 and Obama Scholar, returned to Afghanistan to work for reform. When the Taliban seized power, his friends at UChicago worked tirelessly to help him and his family escape.
As we learned in this year’s Harris Common Read, “Invisible Women,” so-called gender neutral policies often have different impacts on women than on men.