Online Event: Civics as a National Security Imperative: Addressing Racial Injustice (Part 1 of 2)
Part 1: Racial Injustice as a National Security Threat
Please join us on July 1st (4:00-5:15pm EST) for the first part of this two-part conversation: "Racial Injustice as a National Security Threat."
This panel will address the specific ways in which “domestic” issues of race and inequality also have broader impact on our national security. Opening remarks will be delivered by former DHS Secretary, Jeh Johnson, followed by a panel of national security experts:
- Wyndee Parker, National Security Policy Adviser to the U.S. Speaker of the House
- Elizabeth Rindskopf Parker, Former CIA and NSA General Counsel; Former Cooperating Attorney with the NAACP Legal Defense Fund
- Kiron Skinner, Former Director of Policy Planning at the U.S. State Department
- Beverly Kirk (moderator), Director of Outreach and the Smart Women Smart Power Initiative at CSIS
Please follow this link to join the second part of the conversation,"The Role of Civics in Addressing Racial Injustice", which will take part on July 2nd (4:00-5:00pm EST).
This series is made possible by Craig Newmark Philanthropies.