• Mark Johnson (SGPIA faculty member) is reading Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom by David Blight
  • Perry Roe (MA '20) recommends Book of Quiet by Fernando Pessoa
  • Aleksandra Wagner (Assistant Professor of Sociology) shares readings from her courses, including Giovanni's Room by James Baldwin and the chapter 'Gay Uses of The Streets' by George Chauncey
  • Christopher Kennedy (Assistant Director, Urban Systems Lab)'s team is compiling some great COVID-19 related articles here
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Lena Simet was quoted in a news article about millions in Lebanon who are at risk of food insecurity due to the coronavirus lockdown. Read the full piece here.

Listen: Richard Wolff appeared on the Letters & Politics podcast to discuss the end of Bernie Sanders' campaign for President.
During a visit to Mexico City, Scott Martin was interviewed by Prof. Reynaldo Ortega of the Centro de Estudios Internacionales of El Colegio de Mexico for a pair of podcasts on the Democratic primary elections. The interview can be found in two parts here and here.
In case you missed it: Gabriel Crespo, Program Manager of Equity for Children, wrote a note about "Taking Care of Children During a Global Pandemic." You can find his piece on our blog.
Claire Harlan, Kristian Keene, and Jonique Lyles researched indigenous needs, responses, and coverage of the pandemic for their course on Media, Culture, and Global Politics with Nina Khrushcheva. Check out their full presentation and a summary of their research here.

La Rainne Pasion wrote about 10 ways Young People are Leading the Way Against COVID-19 on Women Deliver's blog. The piece was also republished by IPS News.
The New School is offering virtual support groups, including topics such as "Connection in Crisis," "Managing Isolation with Mental Health Issues," and several others. Check out the flyer for details!
Keep in touch! Program Director Sakiko Fukuda-Parr will be hosting Tea Time Tuesday every week - a virtual tea room where students, staff, faculty, alumni can gather.
Want to audit a foreign language? Registration for Summer 2020 foreign language audits for SPE graduate students the will begin on Tuesday, April 21st.

Oil Change International is looking for a Research Analyst with excellent writing skills and strong numerical proficiency.

Check out this scholarship offered by the Westchester Municipal Planning Federation for students interested in planning, public administration, public policy or geography.
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visit the Opportunities page of our blog. 
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