Photos of Recent Events

"Respecting the Ricing Moon – A biologist’s thoughts on preserving the
Ojibwe’s relationship with Manoomin"
Peter David, Commission Biologist for (GLIFWC)

"Economic Inequality Panel"
Panel Discussion

"Invisible Men: Mass Incarceration and the Myth of Black Progress"
Becky Pettit, Professor of Sociology at the University of Texas-Austin

"Living while Dying" 
Cathy Wurzer (multiple Emmy Award winning journalist -- MPR) & Ev Emerson (Bruce Kramer’s spouse)

"Minnesota Compassionate Care Act of 2015 (SF 1880): Should Minnesota Embrace a Right to Die"

Panel Discussion

"After Solipsism" 
David Schmidtz, Kendrick Professor at the University of Arizona

"Why Not Capitalism?"

Jason Brennan, Assistant Professor of Strategy, Economics, Ethics, and Public Policy at Georgetown University

"Kill or No-Kill"
Panel Discussion

Photo credit: Lisa Johnson/Pupparazzi - Companion Animal Photography -- ***where marked***

"Self-Love, Social Cooperation, and Justice"
Erick Mack -- Professor at Tulane University 

"Exploitation, Neglect, and the Psychology of Moral Judgment"
Matt Zwolinski -- Associate Professor at the University of San Diego

"Milking the Young"
Loren Lomasky -- Cory Professor of Political Philosophy, Policy and Law, and Director of the Political Philosophy, Policy and Law Program at the University of Virginia

"How (and Why) to Be a Free-Market Radical Leftist."
Roderick T. Long, Professor at Auburn University

"Homelessness in Minnesota"
Liz KuoppalaExecutive Director, Minnesota Coalition for the Homeless

 "Minnesota, Alcohol & Blue Laws"
Panel Discussion

"A Minnesota Without Poverty"
Rev. Nancy E. MaekerExecutive Director (retired), A Minnesota Without Poverty

"The Right Ways to Hunt"

"Debate for Minnesota 7A"

"Spacesuits, Secret Serums, and Panic"
Jeremy Youde, Associate Professor of Political Science

“Making Peace with the Earth”

Dr. Vandana Shiva

"American Politics in the Age of Ignorance" 
David Schultz, PhD, JD, LLM
Professor, Hamline University, Political Science

"How We Ration, Value and Commercialize Health Care in the U.S."

Jennifer Schultz, PhD
Associate Professor, UMD 
Department of Economics

Director, Health Care Management Program

Labovitz School of Business and Economics

"Medical Marijuana in Minnesota"

Panel Discussion 

"Preferences for Health Care at the End of Life: Rural-Urban Differences"

Charles Gessert, MD, MPH

Senior Research Scientist (Retired),  Essentia Institute of Rural Health

"Constitution Week Event: Voter ID, How Does it Impact Your Voice?"

Panel Discussion 

"Your Treaty Rights: Indian Nations, Federalisms, and Policy Possibilities."
Joseph Bauerkemper
Assistant Professor, UMD's Department of American Indian Studies

"Escape to Gold Mountain"
David H.T. Wong

"Copper & Nickel Mining in Minnesota"
Panel Discussion
April 9th at 7:00 pm

"Community Perspectives on Violence in America"
Panel Discussion
April 2nd at 7:00 pm

"Boomer Politics and the Death of Solution Minded Democracy in America"
Don Ness
Mayor of Duluth
February 26th at 7:00 pm

"Moral Perspectives on Armed Humanitarian Intervention"
Don Scheid
Professor, Winona State University
November 28th at 5:00 pm 

"End of Life Care Planning In Minnesota: Issues and Complications"
Barbara Elliot 
Professor, UMD Medical School
November 14th at 5:00 pm 

"Minnesota Wolf Hunt"
Panel Discussion 
October 5th at 6:00 pm 

"American Inequality and the Idea of Personal Responsibility"
Joshua Broady Preiss
Assistant Professor
Program in Philosophy, Politics, & Economics (PPE)
Minnesota State University, Mankato
April 20th at 4:00 pm

"Toward a Humane Libertarianism"
Russ Stewart
Former Duluth City Council Member
Instructor of Philosophy, Lake Superior College
March 19th at 6:00 pm

"Politics and Leadership in Duluth"

Gary Doty
Former Mayor of Duluth
February 15th at 4:00 pm

"Minnesota and Gay Marriage"
Panel Discussion 
February 6th at 6:00 pm

"Doubling Survival in Metastatic Colon Cancer:  Is It Worth It?  Can 'We' Afford It?"
Jonathan Sande
Director, St. Mary's Medical Center Ethics Program
January 25th at 5:00pm 

"Poverty in Duluth: Alien Neighbors, Plastic Santas, and the Uncharted Future"
Dave Benson 
Executive Director of the Damiano Center
December 5th at 5:00pm 

"Intersections of Racism, Sexism, and Warism"
Duane L. Cady 
Hamline University
November 10th

"Ritual and the Vulnerability of a Prosperous World"
Michael Ing
Indiana University -- Bloomington
Tuesday, October 4

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