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Rahsaan D. Hall, Esq., ACLU

The Racial Justice Imperative: Addressing Over Incarceration and the Carceral State Thursday, September 5th @ 6pm Martin Institute Auditorium; Refreshments will be served.

The Opioid Epidemic: Creating Awareness and Promoting Healing Through Art

Joanne Peterson, Beth McLaughlin, & Jodi Colella. Thursday, September 26th @ 7:00 pm Martin Institute Auditorium; Refreshments will be served.

Senator Paul Feeney

People Don’t Think About Politics, They Feel Politics: Moving from the Transactional to the Transformational. Thursday, October 10th @ 12:00 pm. Martin Institute Auditorium; Lunch will be served. Please RSVP to MartinInstitute@Stonehill.edu

Jason Edward Black, Ph.D.

Mascotting Native America: Decolonial Rhetoric and the Indigenous Mascot Monday, October 28th @ 7:00pm. Martin Institute Auditorium; refreshments will be served.

MA State Representative Claire Cronin

Thursday, November 7th @ 12:00 pm. Martin Institute Auditorium; lunch will be served. Please RSVP to MartinInstitute@Stonehill.edu

Suffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins

Thursday, November 14th @ 12:00 pm. Martin Institute Auditorium; Lunch will be served. Please RSVP to MartinInstitute@Stonehill.edu.

Former U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz

Tuesday, December 3rd @ 12:00 pm. Martin Institute Auditorium; Lunch will be served. Please RSVP to MartinInstitute@Stonehill.edu.

Stonehill Trio Concert

Friday, December 6th @ 12:00pm. Lunch will be served at 11:30am. Join us for the semi-annual Stonehill Trio Concert. The Stonehill Trio’s membership is: Ana Sorina Popa, piano; Karl Orvik, violin; Nara Shahbazyan, cello.

The Martin Institute seeks to prepare the students for leadership positions as active citizens in service to an improved human community. Through rigorous, critical interdisciplinary inquiry, the Institute challenges students to explore the vital issues of public policy and social justice. It is committed to a curriculum and co-curriculum that bridges theory and practice, inviting student curiosity in and engagement with the pressing issues of the day.

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