Time Magazine editor talks restorative justice, social change in fighting against divisiveness

Time Magazine Editor-at-Large Anand Giridharadas argued there is still room to counter the cultural and political divisiveness present in America. Giridharadas spoke at the Emory Center for Ethics’ “Where Do We Go From Here: Restoring Justice and Civil Discourse” virtual event on Nov. 4 about restorative justice and the role of civil discourse in social [...]

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Emory artist-in-residence honors ancestors through art

Emory artist-in-residence Charmaine Minniefield discussed the inspiration behind her artwork at an Emory University event “Remembrance as Resistance: The Praise House Project” on Sept. 30, which revisited a traditional ritual, and its role in acknowledging our history today. “We gather in this circle as collaborators, artists, and activists,” Minniefield said. “We gather to remember. We [...]

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