A short film exploring how potent forces came together to mount an army of climate change skeptics in the name of God, country and capitalism.
Oct 21 2020 - Oct 25 |
Virginia Film Festival
What role will religion play in the most important presidential election in generations?
Oct 12 2020 |
How can we reframe the conversation about migration at the U.S.-Mexico border to give immigrants a voice?
Sep 22 2020 |
A conference that explores pressing questions about antisemitism's relationship to other forms of discrimination and the law's ability to stop hatred.
Sep 10 2020 |
David Luban and Nomi Stolzenberg offer critical perspectives drawing on American constitutional and international law.
Jews face antisemitism both as individuals and as members of a group. What legal frameworks are in place to protect group-based identities?
Scholars reflect on where Jews have and have not historically fit into categories of American civil rights protection, and where they might fit in today.
A conversation about the law, antisemitism, and First Amendment jurisprudence involving religious freedom and racial justice in American society today.
On the 3rd anniversary of the white supremacist attacks on Charlottesville, religious racial justice activists reflect on their counter-protest efforts
Aug 12 2020 |
Learn about Charlottesville's Johnny Reb statue, and the role it has played in our local and national narratives about religion, race, and democracy.
Aug 5 2020 |