Non-HCRT Event: Lecture with Professor Brandon Terry on "Love in Contentious Politics" 

First in a series of lectures hosted by the HAA and featuring the faculty of Arts and Sciences  


The Harvard Alumni Association, will host a virtual lecture on Monday, December 14 with Brandon Terry ’05, Assistant Professor of African and African American Studies and Social Studies. Professor Terry will share a lecture on “Love in Contentious Politics,” which examines the political philosophy of Martin Luther King, Jr. His presentation endeavors to explain what King and his allies meant by their appeals to “love” one’s enemies, what work King expected the concept to perform, and what role “love” might play in contentious politics and rhetoric today.

What:   Professor Brandon Terry on "Love in Contentioius Politics" 
When:  December 14th, 7pm
Where:  Online Discussion
Tickets:  This event is free for Harvard Alumni.  Register here.   

On September 16th, 23rd, and 30th at 1pm, Harvard Alumni Entrepreneurs, a SIG, will host the first three of a four-part series on "Advancing Diversity: Black Entrepreneurship", bringing together Harvard alumni for a conversation on the universal themes and unique facets of being Black within the entrepreneurial ecosystem.

For more information and to register, click here ($10 for guests). 

What:   HAE SIG-- Advancing Diversity: Black Entrepreneurship
When:  September 16th, 23rd, 30th, at 1pm
Where:  Online Discussion
Tickets:  This event is $10 for guests.   Register here


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