Join students, faculty & the KU community as we discuss what is happening in Brazil.

  What prompted current protests?

  What has been the government’s response?


Moderated by:
Dr. Luciano Tosta, Interim Director of CGIS, Spanish & Portuguese and Dr. Antonio Simoes,  Spanish & Portuguese


Co-sponsored by: KU International Affairs; Diversity, Equity & Inclusion; The Commons; Center for Global & International Students; and International Support Services


This event is part of a Global Dialog Series that brings into focus critical conversations about equity in a global context: to expand our campus literacy on important issues that shape our world—from poverty and climate chang   e to civil unrest and human rights. These events leverage the knowledge and experience of our campus experts as well as students, staff, and faculty who come together to discuss the social, cultural, and political reverberations of important issues impacting our world. The series is among a set of collaborative initiatives that emphasize the importance of engaging in internationalization and intersectionality as core frameworks of Jayhawks Rising.

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