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Hundreds of local business people gathered inside The Founders Inn and Spa to listen to a panel discussion – and ask questions – about a possible three-mile expansion of light

Panel lays out case for light-rail expansion to Town Center

Panelists (l to r) Eleanor Clift, The Daily Beast; Michele Remillard, C-SPAN’s Washington Journal; Fay Sliger, Vox Media; Laura Helmuth, The Washington Post; and Melinda Woolbright, NBC4 Washington; along with moderator Lisa Matthews, Hager Sharp (at podium).

Top media pros revealed how they keep up with the news and go about planning and selecting stories at a Washington Women in PR roundtable discussion.

Artists, Institutions, and “The Lost Generation”: Dialogues in Cuban Art, Part 2 The artists' panel moderated by Yunekys Villalonga, center, with Dialogues in Cuban Art organizer Elizabeth Cerejido at the podium. Photo: René Azcuy

Artists, Institutions, and “The Lost Generation”: Dialogues in Cuban Art, Part 2

The National Archives and Records Administration ( NARA ) hosted a series of discussion panels July 16 with local and national speakers highlighting current concerns in the LGBTQ community.

National Archives event spotlights LGBT civil rights - Gay Lesbian Bi Trans News Archive - Windy City Times

Face The Music DIY Guide To Punk Attitude Within Feminism ♫ theMusic.com.au | Face The Music's Why Punk?: DIY Guide To Punk Attitude Within Feminism brought together some very prominent and important voices to talk about what punk means to them and how it intersects with feminism.    Moderator Jacinta Parsons was joined by writer Celeste Liddle, The Go-Betweens' Lindy Morrison, Idylls' Billie Stimple, Wet Lips and Cable Ties' Jennifer McKechnie and High Tension's Karina Utomo.

Face The Music DIY Guide To Punk Attitude Within Feminism ♫ theMusic.com.au | Face The Music's Why Punk?: DIY Guide To Punk Attitude Within Feminism brought together some very prominent and important voices to talk about what punk means to them and how it intersects with feminism. Moderator Jacinta Parsons was joined by writer Celeste Liddle, The Go-Betweens' Lindy Morrison, Idylls' Billie Stimple, Wet Lips and Cable Ties' Jennifer McKechnie and High Tension's Karina Utomo.

Let them blow the whistle, say labour panellists

Let them blow the whistle, say labour panellists

Jeff Kassing, Arizona State University professor of communications, speaks during the ASU-hosted panel “Do Sports Unite or Divide Us?” June 8 in Mexico City. The other panelists were (from left): Irma Cuevas, Mexican sports journalist; Carlos Bravo Regidor, political columnist and journalism program director at Mexico’s Centro de Investigación y Docencias Económicas think tank; Andrés Martínez, panel moderator and special adviser to ASU President Michael Crow; and Victoria Jackson, ASU…

Do sports unite or divide us? ASU panel weighs in at Mexico City event

DU held a panel discussion entitled “Election 2016: What We Learned, and What Comes Next.” The event was intended to inform DU community members about how the “shocking” result occurred, what will happen in the future and what this election means in terms of international and domestic politics.  The moderator of the event was Dr. Seth Masket, chair and professor of DU’s Department of Political Science. He was joined by five panel members of different disciplines. These experts were Dr…

DU held a panel discussion entitled “Election 2016: What We Learned, and What Comes Next.” The event was intended to inform DU community members about how the “shocking” result occurred, what will happen in the future and what this election means in terms of international and domestic politics. The moderator of the event was Dr. Seth Masket, chair and professor of DU’s Department of Political Science. He was joined by five panel members of different disciplines. These experts were Dr…

Photo by James Farrell Panelists discussed the Black Lives Matter movement at Queens College.

Photo by James Farrell Panelists discussed the Black Lives Matter movement at Queens College.

The church hall was filled to capacity to hear a panel consisting of Rowan; Prof Monica McWilliams, a founder of the Women’s Coalition and former Chief Commissioner of the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission; Rev Ken Newell, a former Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland who has been engaged in reconciliation work both publicly and behind the scenes for many years; William McQuiston, who served over 12 years in prison and was a prison spokesperson for the UDP; and Martin…

The church hall was filled to capacity to hear a panel consisting of Rowan; Prof Monica McWilliams, a founder of the Women’s Coalition and former Chief Commissioner of the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission; Rev Ken Newell, a former Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland who has been engaged in reconciliation work both publicly and behind the scenes for many years; William McQuiston, who served over 12 years in prison and was a prison spokesperson for the UDP; and Martin…

Hundreds gather for panel on fake news

Critical thinking is vital in an era of fake news, panel says

Dan Cousins, vice president, Talent and Organization, Kaiser Permanente…

Business of Pride panel addresses diversity in the workplace (SLIDESHOW)

Business of Pride panel addresses diversity in the workplace (SLIDESHOW) - Silicon Valley Business Journal

Bakersfield’s Kevin McCarthy joked that his powerhouse panel of former governors would address the elephant in the room, but that’s about as close as the congressman got - even obliquely

Political panel talks 'Dancing,' not Trump

Maria Salvadore, who has been the children’s service coordinator for public libraries in Washington, D.C. and Cambridge, Mass., moderated the discussion, which began with why young boys initially dislike reading.

Maria Salvadore, who has been the children’s service coordinator for public libraries in Washington, D.C. and Cambridge, Mass., moderated the discussion, which began with why young boys initially dislike reading.

Gallant, Alteri, Bell, Kiser, Labelle. Bell joined a panel on creating a culture of transformation moderated by IDG's John Gallant, the conference host, who asked what about culture makes digital transformation so hard.

Digital Transformation Requires a Strong Culture, Leadership

At IDG's Agenda Conference, CIOs gathered to discuss 'digital transformation' and new initiatives to use technology to change how their companies do business.

Aspen Ideas takes sobering look at opioid addiction | PostIndependent.com. Jackie Judd of PBS (left) was moderator of 'The Opioid Tsunami' panel discussion at Aspen Idea's Spotlight Health Friday. Panel members were Yasmin Hurd, Nora Volkow, Vivek Murthy and Perri Peltz.

Aspen Ideas takes sobering look at opioid addiction

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