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ENFL Presents: A Conversation with Robert Reich

Millions of Americans have lost confidence in our political and economic system. With the characteristic clarity and passion that has made him a central civil voice, Robert B. Reich shows how wealth and power have interacted to install an elite oligarchy, eviscerate the middle class and undermine democracy. Join us for an engaging conversation with Mr. Reich on his latest book, The System: Who Rigged It, How We Fix It.

Tiziana Dearing of Radio Boston, heard in Boston on WBUR, will moderate.

Robert B. Reich is chancellor's professor of public policy at the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley. He has served in three national administrations and has written fifteen books, including The Work of Nations, which has been translated into twenty-two languages, and the bestsellers The Common Good, Saving Capitalism, Supercapitalism and Locked in the Cabinet.

Presented in partnership with libraries across Massachsetts and in New Hampshire.

http://www.newtonfreelibrary.net/

Programming on Comcast Ch. 9, RCN Ch. 13, Verizon Ch. 33

Events at the Newton Free Library: Richard Rothstein, The Color of Law

This program is part of Overdue: Confronting Race and Racism in Newton, a city-wide read and series of events and conversations on race and racism.

In, The Color of Law, A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America, national best selling author Richard Rothstein argues with exacting precision and fascinating insight how segregation in America is the byproduct of explicit government policies at the local, state and federal levels. Join us for a virtual plenary session with Mr. Rothstein.

Following the plenary, a community member will speak about how the building of the Mass Pike devistated Newton's historic African-American neighborhood that was known as "The Village." A representative of the Planning Department will then give an overview of Newton's zoning. Attendees will come away with a deeper understanding of the systemic issues that contribute current housing inequities, particularly as Newton engages in a comprehensive review of its zoning codes.

http://www.newtonfreelibrary.net/

Programming on Comcast Ch. 9, RCN Ch. 13, Verizon Ch. 33

Events at the Newton Free Library: Raising Anti-Racist Kids

This program is part of Overdue: Confronting Race and Racism in Newton, a city-wide read and series of events and conversations on race and racism.

Cosponsored by the FORJ (Families Organizing for Racial Justice), Harmony Foundation and Newton Human Rights Commission. This program's panelists are:

David A. Fleishman, Superintendent of Schools will moderate
Ellie Axe, Director, Story Starters
Michele Leong, Newton North High School Office of Human Rights
Kathy Lopes, Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Newton Public Schools
Henry Turner, Principal, Newton North High School

http://www.newtonfreelibrary.net/

Programming on Comcast Ch. 9, RCN Ch. 13, Verizon Ch. 33

Events at the Newton Free Library - My Two Cities 

Journey back to pre-WWII Europe as long-time Newton resident, Hanni Myers, tells the poignant tale of her escape from Austria in 1938 through the lens of author Robin Stein’s new book, My Two Cities. The book speaks of loss and hope, change and optimism, and of a family history which will inspire us all, particularly young people who come to this country today with diverse backgrounds and their own immigration stories.

http://www.newtonfreelibrary.net/

Programming on Comcast Ch. 9, RCN Ch. 13, Verizon Ch. 33

Events at the Newton Free Library - After Suffrage: A 20/20 Perspective on Women’s Rights

How were women’s rights impacted once they gained access to the ballot in 1920?
Explore how women have fared politically and legally over the past century. Consider how women activists have built alliances and shaped laws in an effort to combat stereotypes. Review some of the key developments over the past century. Discuss the historical connections between women who opposed suffrage and those who oppose women’s rights today.

Barbara Berenson is the author of, among other books, Massachusetts in the Woman Suffrage Movement: Revolutionary Reformers (2018). This program is cosponsored by Historic Newton, Newton Human Rights Commission and the League of Women Voters/Newton.

http://www.newtonfreelibrary.net/

Programming on Comcast Ch. 9, RCN Ch. 13, Verizon Ch. 33

Events at the Newton Free Library - The Many Faces of Newton: Our Students Speak out about Race and Racism.


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Events at the Newton Free Library - Concert for Cello: Mickey Katz


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Events at the Newton Free Library - The Lost Boys


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