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Protests against police violence and racial inequality have spread across the United States, attracting large crowds not only in major cities, but...
Last week, NAFTA’s replacement went into effect. “I think it’s an improvement; just how significant remains to be seen,” said Lance Compa, LASP...
Alex Flecker, professor of ecology and evolutionary biology in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, is working with Carla Gomes to understand...

Webinar on Protests Launches Virtual Event Series

The American Democracy Collaborative series continues through November, examining election-year politics and threats to U.S. democracy.
Gustavo Flores-Macias, associate vice provost of international affairs, writes in the LA Times about Mexico and immigration.
For ecologist and conservation biologist Amanda Rodewald, migratory birds are emblematic of a world on the move. In one year, a single warbler may...
Experts on Africa, Europe, Southeast Asia, and Latin America discuss government responses to the pandemic and their implications for democratic...
Mary Jo Dudley, MRP ’96, an expert in farmworker issues, talks about how the pandemic has underlined the importance of farmworkers, who are crucial to...
“Farmworkers are essential to our health in good times and even more so during a crisis like this,” said Mary Jo Dudley, director of the Cornell...
Lund Critical Debate explores the U.S.-Mexico border, a contact zone for migration and exchange.