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Looking forward to my conversation with the Stonehill College community tomorrow. Join us at 1pm at the Martin Institute!
https://www.stonehill.edu/events/jesse-mermell-for-congress/2020-02-06/
Talked transportation, healthcare & taking on the NRA with Martin Institute & Stonehill College community earlier today.
I had the pleasure of speaking at my alma mater, Stonehill College, with my colleague Representative Sheila C. Harrington. We spoke about criminal justice reform and gave an update on other issues we are working on at the State House.

Thank you to the Stonehill College Martin Institute for hosting and to all the attendees for an engaging conversation!
Looking forward to hearing from political analyst Zerlina Maxwell - 10/24 @ 7pm! (Doors open at 6:30)

The Joseph W. Martin Institute for Law and Society seeks to prepare the students of Stonehill Colleg

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04/13/2022

Don't miss out on Martin's last event of the spring semester!! Join us on April 26th for musical performances by your very own Stonehill students! Email the Martin Institute to register.

04/07/2022

In honor of Earth Day join us this Monday for a lecture from environmentalist Casey Bowers! Brunch will be served. Email or call the Martin office to register!

03/31/2022

DON'T MISS OUT! Join us this Tuesday, April 5th at 1:00 pm for a presentation by New York City Crime Lab Forensic Scientist, Andrew Schweighardt! Email or call the Martin Institute to register.

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Join us this Tuesday March 1st at 1:00 pm in the Martin Institute Auditorium for a presentation by Massachusetts SJC Justice Elspeth Cypher discussing her life and judicial work. Email or call us to register! We hope to see you there!

11/12/2021

Join us for, "Course Objectives: On Resisting Solutions to the 'Race Problem' in the Southern STEM Classroom", a lecture from Nihad Farooq, Associate Professor of American Studies from the Georgia Institute of Technology. Next Friday 11/19 at 1:00 pm in the Martin Institute Auditorium. Limited seating left!

Stonehill students - friendly reminder that next Friday is also a Tuesday schedule! We hope to see you at the event!

11/08/2021

Tomorrow @ 1:00!

10/28/2021

Join us Tuesday, November 9th @ 1 pm in the Martin Institute Auditorium to hear a panel of newly elected MA State Reps discuss their legislative experiences during the global pandemic! Email [email protected] or call 508-565-1941 to register!

10/20/2021

Join us next TUESDAY 10/26 @ 1:00 pm in the Martin Institute Auditorium for "Standing Still in a Culture of Mass Shootings" led by retired Chief of Staff of the US Navy and author, Jennifer Bennett. Bennett was severely wounded and is one of four survivors of the September 16, 2013 Navy Yard Shooting, in which she is here to speak about her experiences as well as her book. Email [email protected] or call 508-565-1131 to register for this event!

Click this link to browse a copy of her book on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Standing-Still-Culture-Mass-Shootings/dp/1949521052, or students can also browse her book through the MacPhaidin Library here: http://encore.stonehill.edu/iii/encore/record/C__Rb2607436.

10/15/2021

The Martin Institute is now on Instagram! Go search and follow to stay updated on all things Martin!

10/13/2021

Join us tomorrow 10/14 @ 12:30 pm for a lecture on the "Exploitation of Children through S*x and Labor Trafficking: Local and National" by Amy Farrell, Ph.D in the Martin Institute Auditorium. Dr. Farrell will discuss the vulnerabilities facing youths and best practices for identifying and responding to diverse forms of exploitation. Email [email protected] to register. We look forward to seeing you soon!

“A Reckoning in Boston” Film Screening 09/28/2021

“A Reckoning in Boston” Film Screening

TONIGHT @ 7 pm! "A Reckoning in Boston" Film Screening and Panel with James Rutenbeck and Kafi Dixon. "A Reckoning in Boston" is a new documentary film by James Rutenbeck about racial and economic inequalities.
More information about the event can be found here:
https://www.stonehill.edu/events/a-reckoning-in-boston-film-screening/2021-09-28/?fbclid=IwAR0g8tRefZ4UQTkDdGoCLD5fXX4Mt7RPs5myeXlgoJAho0YqszslIW9cjzY
Please email [email protected] to register for this event.

“A Reckoning in Boston” Film Screening A Reckoning in Boston is a new documentary film by James Rutenbeck about racial and economic inequalities in cities.

“A Reckoning in Boston” Film Screening 09/14/2021

“A Reckoning in Boston” Film Screening

Join us on Tuesday, 9/28 at 7 pm for "A Reckoning in Boston" Film Screening and Panel with James Rutenbeck and Kafi Dixon. "A Reckoning in Boston" is a new documentary film by James Rutenbeck about racial and economic inequalities.

More information about the event can be found here:
https://www.stonehill.edu/events/a-reckoning-in-boston-film-screening/2021-09-28/

Please email [email protected] to register for this event. We look forward to seeing you all soon!

“A Reckoning in Boston” Film Screening A Reckoning in Boston is a new documentary film by James Rutenbeck about racial and economic inequalities in cities.

09/07/2021

Dear friends of the Martin Institute,
We are so excited to announce that all of our events this fall will be in person! Thank you all so much for your constant support throughout this past year. As always, feel free to reach out if you have any questions.

Here is a line-up of our the events for this semester:

08/27/2021

Join us on Monday, 9/13 at 1 pm for the first Martin Institute event of the Fall 2021 semester with Hon. Philip L. Weiner on "The Obstacles of Trying to Bring Democracy and the Rule of Law to the World". Weiner will illustrate his experiences working to bring the rule of law to countries on several continents. The event will take place in the Martin Institute Auditorium. Please email [email protected] to register for this event. We look forward to seeing you all in person soon!

Guardians of the Amazon: Linking Indigenous Communities, Forest Carbon, and the Climate Crisis: Wayne Walker 04/22/2021

Guardians of the Amazon: Linking Indigenous Communities, Forest Carbon, and the Climate Crisis: Wayne Walker

TONIGHT @ 7pm! Celebrate Earth Day with Guardians of the Amazon: Linking Indigenous Communities, Forest Carbon, and the Climate Crisis with Dr. Wayne S. Walker! Dr. Walker is an Associate Scientist and Director of the Carbon Program at the Woodwell Climate Research Center. Click on the link below to register and learn more! https://www.stonehill.edu/events/guardians-of-the-amazon-linking-indigenous-communities-forest-carbon-and-the-climate-crisis-wayne-walker/2021-04-22/

Guardians of the Amazon: Linking Indigenous Communities, Forest Carbon, and the Climate Crisis: Wayne Walker Dr. Wayne S. Walker is an Associate Scientist and Director of the Carbon Program at the Woodwell Climate Research Center.

I Am Woman, Hear Me Roar: A Virtual Stonehill Trio Concert 04/16/2021

I Am Woman, Hear Me Roar: A Virtual Stonehill Trio Concert

Today! The premiere of "I am a Woman, Hear Me Roar: A Virtual Stonehill Trio Concert" at 2:30pm via YouTube live stream! Click the link below to access the event, or visit our webpage for more info. We hope you enjoy!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n0Hzw85gyj8

I Am Woman, Hear Me Roar: A Virtual Stonehill Trio Concert Friday, April 16, 2021 at 2:00pmAna Sorin Popa, Piano; Karl Ørvik, Violin; with Guest Artist Susanne Friedrich, CelloClara Wieck Schumann: Piano Trio in g mi...

Guardians of the Amazon: Linking Indigenous Communities, Forest Carbon, and the Climate Crisis: Wayne Walker 04/15/2021

Guardians of the Amazon: Linking Indigenous Communities, Forest Carbon, and the Climate Crisis: Wayne Walker

Join us on Thursday 4/22 at 7pm via Zoom for "Guardians of the Amazon: Linking Indigenous Communities, Forest Carbon, and the Climate Crisis" with Wayne Walker! Dr. Wayne S. Walker is an Associate Scientist and Director of the Carbon Program at the Woodwell Climate Research Center. As a forest ecologist and remote sensing specialist, his research focuses on applications of ground and satellite data to the measurement and monitoring of forests globally with an emphasis on the role they play in storing carbon and mitigating climate change. Dr. Walker will speak about recent research that lies at the intersection of tropical deforestation, climate change, and Amazon indigenous rights and livelihoods. Click on the link below to register! https://www.stonehill.edu/events/guardians-of-the-amazon-linking-indigenous-communities-forest-carbon-and-the-climate-crisis-wayne-walker/2021-04-22/

Guardians of the Amazon: Linking Indigenous Communities, Forest Carbon, and the Climate Crisis: Wayne Walker Dr. Wayne S. Walker is an Associate Scientist and Director of the Carbon Program at the Woodwell Climate Research Center.

04/14/2021

Join us this Friday 4/16 at 2:30pm for the Stonehill Trio Concert via YouTube Livestream! The Stonehill Trio’s membership is: Ana Sorina Popa, piano; Karl Orvik, violin; guest artist, Susanne Friedrich, cello. On Friday the YouTube link will be embedded onto the Martin Institute webpage, under our events section. Check out the poster below for more information!

04/01/2021

Join us April 16th at 2:30pm for the Stonehill Trio Concert via YouTube Livestream! The Stonehill Trio’s membership is: Ana Sorina Popa, piano; Karl Orvik, violin; guest artist, Susanne Friedrich, cello. Check out the poster below for more information!

Social Movement & Upheaval in the Age of Social Media 03/25/2021

Social Movement & Upheaval in the Age of Social Media

Today! Join us for Social Movement & Upheaval in the Age of Social Media with Anna Therese Day @ 7pm on Zoom! Anna Therese Day is an award-winning international reporter and filmmaker. Her work has been featured in a variety of news outlets, including CNN, Al Jazeera English, BBC, CBS, and VICE, as well as international film festivals, including Tribeca, Cannes, and SxSW. For her work, Day was recognized as one of Forbes Magazine’s 30 Under 30 in Media. She is a 2018 Atlantic Council Millennium Fellow, a 2016 Truman National Security Fellow, 2013 Fulbright Fellow, and a 2012 United Nations Press Fellow. Most recently, Day was honored for her international reporting and press freedom advocacy with the James Foley 2020 World Press Freedom Award. Click the link below to register! https://www.stonehill.edu/events/social-movement-amp-upheaval-in-the-age-of-social-media/2021-03-25/

Social Movement & Upheaval in the Age of Social Media with International Journalist and Film Maker Anna Therese Day

Social Movement & Upheaval in the Age of Social Media 03/22/2021

Social Movement & Upheaval in the Age of Social Media

Join us this Thursday for Social Movement & Upheaval in the
Age of Social Media with Anna Therese Day! March 25th @ 7pm, registration required: https://stonehill.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0vce-qpz0vGNZ64PNcOfqzKEpYLz2XeFgV
Anna Therese Day is an award-winning international reporter and filmmaker. Her work has been featured in a variety of news outlets, including CNN, Al Jazeera English, BBC, CBS, and VICE, as well as international film festivals. From the frontlines of the Arab Spring Revolutions to the rise in right-wing populism worldwide to America's city streets with Black Lives Matter, the last decade has seen an explosion of online organizing producing offline results. In "Social Movements & Upheaval in the Age of Social Media," Anna Therese Day discusses the interplay between evolving trends in technology and corresponding tactics within different movements' strategies.
https://www.stonehill.edu/events/social-movement-amp-upheaval-in-the-age-of-social-media/2021-03-25/

Social Movement & Upheaval in the Age of Social Media with International Journalist and Film Maker Anna Therese Day

And Still We Rise 03/03/2021

And Still We Rise

Tomorrow @ 7pm! Join us for "And Still We Rise" Performance Screening and Discussion. Register Here: https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=https%3A%2F%2Fstonehill.zoom.us%2Fmeeting%2Fregister%2FtJEucuqupz0sE9RKUVWwEA3T4uJj-ysDedHG%3Ffbclid%3DIwAR04I_9gH0npHYoDmEiw8xbRKyst0_7CW_LdlnwX7-z-57QsSd5LRihLUrc&h=AT1qqeorqgQAPBNMC9wYu-dCIMTZBclmeZfA7HTNgWsfjBMBBOP_HAFZ7DBHziJ27n2ubD1oDIQAjRsEIkJiMhAiNcNSzkDUoEQhk7lOGTrEQYFbvG6GvSGcXQwqECFMxA&__tn__=-UK-R&c[0]=AT1vnwWHjOLFtX2leqxKVYX1KsjAKlVNo81Gc4cEsadihNpIvKUT9K74hqG94B9PWnPYD9eXLNNhXUKY-jPo_uZtsJ5cjBEbTRAFCNeC1Cx6bzAdcXUnsb6ZCLLyETFgxSXoR1T2PcrPuKJM7yo98hxpRw0
Join us for a performance screening that will weave the personal experiences of the actors—stories of imprisonment, survival and re-entry—into a gripping afternoon of theater. Q&A session will follow. And Still We Rise is dedicated to healing, public awareness, and social change through empowering the voices of formerly incarcerated people and their loved ones. With the establishment of a safe and creative training environment and the use of theater exercises and therapeutic techniques, we aim to: Help participants gain skills and self-confidence in shaping and asserting their personal stories. Weave their story-telling together into performances that move audiences to greater understanding and compassion for the struggles of these and other individuals who spend years incarcerated and then strive to integrate back into society. Create a vital public forum where participants bring greater awareness and engagement to pressing criminal justice issues. https://www.stonehill.edu/events/and-still-we-rise/2021-03-04/?fbclid=IwAR27D57wun-QZiFYlr3HBgBVoO_lj-VfxaLQo6z3SqpTFILBx-KoPIvaCbU

And Still We Rise Film Screening and Discussion

Access to Healthcare during COVID-19: Dr. Bradley Maron 02/12/2021

Access to Healthcare during COVID-19: Dr. Bradley Maron

Join us on Thursday February 25th at 7 pm via Zoom for a presentation by Dr. Bradley Maron on “Access to Healthcare during COVID-19” to review the disparate prevalence and adverse outcome rates from COVID-19 that are associated with differences in access to healthcare. Please visit our website to find the registration link and for additional info: https://www.stonehill.edu/events/access-to-healthcare-during-covid-19-dr-bradley-maron/2021-02-25/.

Access to Healthcare during COVID-19: Dr. Bradley Maron Contagious diseases often exploit the weakness of healthcare systems. In the SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) pandemic, the most vulnerable segments of our society were also affected to the greatest extent.

Pushout: The criminalization of black girls in schools 10/14/2020

Pushout: The criminalization of black girls in schools

Please join us next week for our panel discussion on the film
"Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls In School". If you are interested, please RSVP to [email protected]. The link to the film will be sent to you to watch at your convince anytime before the panel on Thursday, October 22nd at 7:00 PM via zoom.

https://www.stonehill.edu/events/pushout-the-criminalization-of-black-girls-in-schools/2020-10-22/

Pushout: The criminalization of black girls in schools Movie Screening and Panel Discussion

Lauren Bohn: Diversifying Journalism and Foreign Policy 09/16/2020

Lauren Bohn: Diversifying Journalism and Foreign Policy

Please join us for "Diversifying Journalism and Foreign Policy" with speaker Lauren Bohn on Thursday, September 24th at 7:00 PM via zoom: https://stonehill.zoom.us/j/99188999740?pwd=d2FmemlGNjdrcFB2ZzFnT0YwZWJKQT09

For more information: https://www.stonehill.edu/events/lauren-bohn-diversifying-journalism-and-foreign-policy/2020-09-24/

Lauren Bohn: Diversifying Journalism and Foreign Policy Ms. Lauren Bohn is an independent journalist and social entrepreneur. Formerly she was the Editorial Director of YES! Media, a solutions journalism magazine in Seattle and The GroundTruth Project’s inaugural digital editor and Middle East correspondent…

Against All Odds: An Immigrant Story 09/09/2020

Against All Odds: An Immigrant Story

Tomorrow, September 10th at 7:00 PM via zoom, the Martin Institute for Law and Society presents: "Against All Odds: An Immigrant Story" presented by Pamerson Ifill '92. For more information: https://www.stonehill.edu/events/against-all-odds-an-immigrant-story/2020-09-10/

Against All Odds: An Immigrant Story Pamerson Ifill ’92, is a retired boxing champ with three college degrees and a decades-long career helping kids and adults through probation services in Massachusetts.He’s now Deputy Commissioner of Pre-Trial Services, a new statewide division of the Massachusetts Probation Service.

03/24/2020

Unfortunately, the rest of our events for the semester have been cancelled due to the college closing. We are hoping to reschedule as many as we can for the fall semester. Please feel free to reach out with any questions to [email protected] or 508-565-1131. Hope everyone is staying safe and healthy! Thank you all for your support always!

03/18/2020

In an effort to mitigate COVID-19s impact on public health, we are cancelling the following events here at the Martin Institute:

Standing Still in a Culture of Mass Shootings - Jennifer Bennett, Tuesday March 24th at 1:00pm

And We Still Rise: Tuesday March 31st at 7:00pm in the Academic and Welcome Center Auditorium

Representation of Women and Marginalized Voices in Journalism - Lauren Bohn, Tuesday April 2nd at 1:00pm

Please don't hesitate to reach out to us here at the Martin Institute at 508-565-1131 or [email protected]. Thank you all for your support and understanding. Hopefully we can see you all soon!

02/18/2020

Don't miss out! Restorative Justice: A Closer Look at Specialized Courts in Massachusetts moderated by Chief Justice Paul Dawley. Next Thursday, February 27th @ 1:00 PM in the Martin Institute Auditorium. Lunch will be served and all are welcome!

02/10/2020

This Thursday there will be a panel on Aging, Ageism, and Business at 1:00! Presenters include Elif Sisili Ciamarra, Professor of Business, Lee McGinnis, Professor of Business and Moderator Richard Capobianco, Humanities Scholar in Residence Meehan School of Business. Please RSVP to the [email protected]

02/06/2020

Jesse Mermell for Congress gave a passionate speech today!

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