The Center for New Deal Studies features resources and activities that deepen our understanding of the lives of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, and of the social, economic, political, and cultural history of the New Deal era in American history. The Center sponsors a variety of educational programs, including lecture series, course offerings, and publications. In addition, the Center contains a remarkable collection of materials on the Roosevelts and the New Deal. These include books, photographs, videotapes, oral histories, manuscript collections, and thousands of pieces of ephemera of interest to Roosevelt scholars and researchers of the New Deal.
A PRESENTATION BY: NO MORE DEATHS. Humanitarian Aid is Never a Crime.
Monday February 11, 2013
4:00PM until 6:00PM
Spertus Lounge (Room AUD244), Roosevelt University
No More Deaths (NMD) is a Tucson based organization with a mission of ending the death and suffering on the US/Mexico border. To that end it runs three different projects:
In the last two years, NMD has published two major reports detailing human rights abuses along the border. More information can be found at: http://www.cultureofcruelty.org/ and http://www.nomoredeaths.org/Abuse-Report-Culture-of-Cruelty/View-category.html.
Co-sponsored by Roosevelt University's Association of Latin American Studies and Mansfield Institute for Social Justice and Transformation
18th Annual Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Distinguished Lecture. Click here for a video of the talk, "The Great Depression: How We Got Here and Prospects for Recovery" by Dr. Dean Baker, Co-Director, Center for Economic and Policy
The Center for New Deal Studies was established in the College of Arts and Sciences at Roosevelt University through a generous donation from Gwen Hirsch.
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