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May 24, 2019

Center For Justice's Jarrell Daniels TED Talk

Jarrell Daniels a scholar, activist, and research assistant in Columbia University's Center For Justice program, recently gave a TED Talk that highlights his experiences within the criminal justice system and with the collaborative educational course, Inside Criminal Justice. Please watch and enjoy!

May 14, 2019

Living Lab 1 Seminar-Speaker Isabella Rossellini (Video)

“The Living LAB” is a series of events organized by Faculty of the Psychology Department that aims to enhance our undergraduate students learning experience by opening a discussion space that bridges across neuroscience, psychology, and society. Each event of the series will be delving around one topic chosen from societally-relevant issues and invited guests will include artists, scholars, activists, and industry experts, and will be open to students, and the general public.

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The Implicit Power Motive in Intergroup Dialogues About the History of Slavery

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