Date | March, 2016

Asylum or Fortress? The Immigration Crisis and the Illusion of European Solidarity

TCDS is happy to present Asylum or Fortress? The Immigration Crisis and the Illusion of European Solidarity, a conversation with esteemed Hungarian writer and performer Peter Zilahy!  Please join us Tuesday, April 12th, from 7:30-9pm at The New School, Wolff Conference Room, 6 E 16th st., Rm 1103.  We hope to see you there! Peter Zilahy is […]

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VIDEO: Leonardo Sakamoto – What I Learned Being Cursed Online

We are happy to share a recording from last week’s talk “What I Learned Being Cursed Online” held by the Brazilian journalist Leonardo Sakamoto. Leonardo Sakamoto is one of the leading voices for human rights in the country and an internationally recognized voice in the struggle against contemporary slavery. He has a PhD in Political Science […]

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Letter from Poland: Committee in Defense of Democracy – We, The People in Polish (One country’s response to a right-wing takeover)

By Leszek Budrewicz The Committee in Defense of Democracy (Komitet Obrony Demokracji, or KOD) appeared to start suddenly out of thin air. It is now the biggest mass mobilization of Polish citizens since the days of Solidarity twenty-five years ago. Although on the one hand this was clearly a response to the electoral victory in […]

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