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Claremont zoom calendar picks up for September

September 13

CLAREMONT SPEAKS BLACK

A virtual forum will take place Sunday, September 13 from 4 to 5:30 p.m. entitled, “An Elevated, Productive and Honest Conversation About Living in Claremont While Black,” and sponsored by the Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of Claremont.

Josue Barnes, co-founder of Claremont Change is the guest; moderators are Claremont residents Derik Smith, CMC professor, and Cynthis Barnes-Slater.

Zoom Meeting ID: 954 0404 0271

Information: claremontlsa@gmail.com.

 

September 15

UNIVERSITY CLUB

Is there a global “right to democracy”? Is such a right implied by the existence of the United Nations? By modern international law? By the presence of a multilateral world of ostensible equal states? 

To learn more, join guest speaker Dr. John Moore, emeritus professor of history, California State Polytechnic University at 1 p.m. at the September 15 meeting of the University Club.

The unusual international crises of 2020—and the UN’s 75th anniversary—offer an intriguing moment to examine these and related questions. This talk will try to do just that.

Dr. Moore was faculty advisor for the university’s National Model UN program and director of the Virginia and Douglass Adair Symposia. He has published 14 books, including the Encyclopedia of the United Nations (co-editor) and received many awards for his scholarship and leadership.

Zoom Meeting ID: 224 172 6279

Passcode: joinmel

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MUSLIM AMERICAN LIFE

On Tuesday, September 15 Scripps College hosts Ayad Akhtar and Ben Rhodes: America is My Home at 5 p.m. in a virtual talk.

“Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and author Mr. Akhtar’s latest novel, Homeland Elegies, offers a portrait of Muslim American life in a fractured country,” read a Scripps press release. “Mr. Akhtar will be joined in conversation with author and former Deputy National Security Advisor under President Barack Obama Ben Rhodes to discuss the novel’s origins and themes, including the immigrant experience, the relationship between fathers and sons, racial identity, and political polarization.”

Registration is required at www.scrippscollege.edu/ events/calendar.

 

September 16

AS?THE?WORLD SPINS

Inter Valley Health Plan will host “As The World Spins,” offering help with dizziness, vertigo and Meniere’s disease at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, September 16.

For information or to register and receive links to the virtual sessions, go to www.ivhp.com/vitality.

 

September 17

CANCEL CULTURE

Scripps hosts a lecture and discussion with hit podcaster Dylan Marron, creator of “Conversations With People Who Hate Me,” at 5 p.m. Thursday, September 17. “Few of social media's many influences have been as powerful as its amplification of the court of public opinion via ‘cancel culture’: the practice of withdrawing support from public figures and companies who have done or said something deemed objectionable,” read a Scripps press release. “It's a practice that has proven to be an especially effective way to influence community mores.

Registration is required at www.scrippscollege.edu/ events/calendar.

 

September 18

DEMENTIA CAREGIVING DURING COVID

At 1 p.m. Friday, September 18, folks are invited to a discussion with the Alzheimer’s Association, “Alzheimer’s, COVID and Caregiving,” exploring important considerations when caring for someone, especially someone with dementia, during the pandemic.

For information or to register and receive links to the virtual sessions, go to www.ivhp.com/vitality.

 

 

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