Join us for the State of Democracy Lecture with Senator Kirsten Gillibrand January 17


The State of Democracy Lecture Series

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand

The American Opportunity Agenda

Senator Gillibrand will discuss proposals to help more middle-class women workers gain financial security, by modernizing America’s outdated workplace policies.

Senator Gillibrand was first sworn in to office in 2009, and elected to a full term in 2012. She currently serves on the Senate Armed Services, Agriculture, Environment, and Aging Committees. Senator Gillibrand has been a leader in transparency and open government. She advocated for the repeal of “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell,” and for health care and compensation for 9/11 first responders. She is currently working to combat sexual violence in the military, and to increase economic opportunity for all Americans.

Friday, January 17

2:30 p.m.

Guests are welcome and no RSVP is required; seating is limited

Public Events Room

Eggers Hall, Room 220

Special parking arrangements
Park at the Irving Avenue Garage and indicate you are attending the Gillibrand/State of Democracy/Maxwell School event
to receive the special lecture parking rate

Can’t make it to campus?
The event will be streamed live on Ustream and archived on the Maxwell School  YouTube channel

The State of Democracy Lectures Series is dedicated to providing a forum for meaningful dialogue over public issues that cut across the disciplinary boundaries of the social sciences. The series is a centerpiece of the Maxwell School. It enables the intellectual exploration of current events and issues while fostering discussion and debate, which is the heart of meaningful democratic citizenship.  For more information visit  The Campbell Public Affairs Institute.


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