Confederate monuments memorialize white supremacists
Haas Director john a. powell said Thursday that President Donald Trump was siding with white supremacists in his remarks lamenting the removal of Confederate statues.In a radio interview with KPFA’s Letters and Politics program, powell said: “I think...
Faculty profile: Malo Hutson on Health Disparities and the Built Environment
Malo Hutson is an associate professor of City and Regional Planning at UC Berkeley, Associate Director of the Institute of Urban and Regional Planning, and a faculty member of the Haas Institute’s Diversity and Health Disparities cluster. He spoke...
Visiting Scholar Profile: Victor Pineda on Disability Rights, Urban Planning, and Inclusive Cities
Victor Pineda is a Senior Research Fellow and visiting scholar at the Haas Institute who is working to expand on the scholarship and research of the Haas Institute Disability Studies Cluster. We recently spoke with him about living with a disability...
Researcher Nadia Barhoum interviews Rabih Alameddine
Haas Institute researcher Nadia Barhoum interviewed Lebanese-American painter and award winning writer Rabih Alameddine. Alameddine has authored four novels and a collection of short stories. Listen to the audio of their discussion here.Transcript:...
Faculty profile: Jason Corburn on Why Public Health is Important for Equity and Opportunity
Jason Corburn is an Associate Professor of Public Health and City & Regional Planning at UC Berkeley and the new director of the UC Berkeley Institute of Urban and Regional Development (IURD).
Transcending Borders Through Music; An Interview with Alsarah from the Nile Project
A group of artists and musicians from seven Nile Basin countries transformed the renowned Zellerbach Hall on the UC Berkeley campus into a joyous space celebrating solidarity and compassion in February 2015 by performing original arrangements of...
Faculty Profile: Seth Holmes Discusses Migrant Workers, the US agricultural system, and Structural Inequality Exacerbated "through metaphors of ethnic difference"
Seth M. Holmes is a professor in the UC Berkeley School of Public Health and Graduate Program in Medical Anthropology and a member of the Haas Institute Diversity and Health Disparities Cluster. Holmes is the author of Fresh Fruit, Broken Bodies...
Faculty Profile: Juana María Rodríguez on sexuality in public discourse
Juana María Rodríguez is a member of the Haas Institute's LGBTQ Citizenship cluster and a professor of Gender and Women's Studies at University of California, Berkeley. Here, she discusses the "politics of respectability" in the gay marriage movement...

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