Upcoming Events


January 21 Friday

Keywords: CLS 'Political Economy' and 'Indeterminacy'

2:00PM to 3:30PM

Online

This event will bring together participants in the Critical Legal Studies (CLS) and Law and Political Economy (LPE) movements to discuss their approaches to the concepts of “political economy” and “indeterminacy.” The panelists will include 

February 1 Tuesday

Health, Movements, and Power-building

4:00PM to 5:30PM

Online

Please join us on Tuesday, February 1, 2022, 4pm-5:30pm ET for our third event in a year-long co-sponsored series between the 

April 5 Tuesday

Healthcare as Freedom, Healthcare as Control

2:00PM to 3:30PM

TBD

In the US, access to some kinds of healthcare expanded during a period in the 1960s - 2000s when other social welfare programs were being sharply cut.  But while spending on healthcare and access to health insurance has increased, health inequity remains stubbornly entrenched - in ways that COVID has both highlighted and made far worse. The US also has extremely weak structures of community-based care, primary care, and social welfare infrastructure (from housing to income supports) that are fundamental to good health.

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