Urban Humanities and Their Publics Events

COVID Citizenship: A Gallatin Coffeehouse on Solidarity, Democracy, and Pandemic

Monday, April 6, 6:30pm8:00pm

Please join NYU Gallatin and the Urban Democracy Lab via Zoom for COVID Citizenship, a Gallatin Coffeehouse. Our conversation will consider pressing questions that have been brought about by the coronavirus outbreak in the US, including examining if a public health crisis changes what we owe to other members of our society. How might this moment mobilize people to demand new and different things from the government? How can we organize politically when we have to keep six feet apart? Join Gallatin’s Becky AmatoGianpaolo Baiocchi, and Jacob Remes and the School of Global Public Health’s Mari Armstrong-Hough for an informal discussion. Open only to Gallatin students.


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