Delivering Democracy 2022

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Delivering Democracy 2022 – John Quiñones

Join us on Saturday, April 23 for a dynamic interactive online Delivering Democracy 2022 featuring John Quiñones.

Free  | Online | Open to the Public

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About Delivering Democracy:

Inaugurated in 2014, Delivering Democracy has become one of the most anticipated annual events at ASU and in the communities of which the university and the center are a part. The program invites us all to consider the nature of democracy and the subtle, explicit, historic and contemporary issues that shape this essential national ideal. Delivering Democracy features visionary individuals who challenge the traditional boundaries of democratic ideals and address key challenges that emerge around issues of race and democracy. The CSRD envisions Delivering Democracy as a safe and inclusive space that enables us to overcome polarization and division. Join us for a memorable afternoon that provides an invaluable opportunity to enhance our shared understanding of the roots and possibilities of democratic striving.

Program Schedule:
1:15 p.m. (AZ time)
30 mins. Online check in begins
1:45 p.m. (AZ time)
Mini-Concert, Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church Choir
2:00 p.m. - 3:15 p.m (AZ time)
Delivering Democracy 2022
An Online Dynamic Interactive Dialogue

 

¡Acompáñenos para Delivering Democracy 2022 con John Quiñones!

Participe en la Feria de Recursos Comunitarios y disfrute del concierto del coro de la Iglesia Bautista Pilgrim Rest que precede el dinámico diálogo de John Quiñones.

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Sobre el evento:

Inaugurado en 2014, el programa Delivering Democracy es un evento anual que se ha convertido en uno de los eventos más esperados en ASU y en las comunidades que forman parte de la universidad y el Centro para el Estudio de la Raza y la Democracia. Delivering Democracy nos invita a todos a considerar la naturaleza de la democracia y los problemas sutiles, explícitos, históricos y contemporáneos que configuran este ideal nacional esencial. Delivering Democracy presenta individuos visionarios que desafían los límites tradicionales de los ideales democráticos y abordan los desafíos principales que surgen en torno a cuestiones de raza y democracia. El CSRD visualiza este aclamado evento anual como una reunión segura y inclusiva que nos permite superar la polarización y la división. Acompáñenos para una tarde memorable que brinda una oportunidad invaluable para mejorar nuestra comprensión compartida de las raíces y posibilidades del esfuerzo democrático.

Horario del Programa:

1:15 p.m. (AZ time)
30 mins. Online check in begins
1:45 p.m. (AZ time)
Mini-Concert, Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church Choir
2:00 p.m. - 3:15 p.m (AZ time)
Delivering Democracy 2022
An Online Dynamic Interactive Dialogue

John Quiñones is an Emmy Award-winning broadcast journalist, writer and producer whose accomplishments and lifestory confirm the life-changing power of education, the importance of family and the impact that ethical behavior and human kindness can have in our communities.  

 Known and deeply respected for his more than 30-year career at ABC News, his role as anchor for the programs 20//20 and Primetime, John Quiñones has paved the way for countless journalists and broadcasters.  He has broken barriers in and beyond the workplace, won the highest accolades and recognition from his peers and professional community, and become a true exhorter and role model for many in and beyond the United States.  

A native of San Antonio, Texas whose family has lived in the United States for six generations, Quiñones’ early life included travelling with his family to work alongside migrant farmworkers in Michigan and Ohio.  Quiñones was admitted to an Upward Bound program at his Texas high school and from that moment forward his academic journey gained substantial momentum.  He went on to earn an undergraduate degree in speech communication and earned his MA degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.  

 John Quiñones is celebrated for his pathbreaking work in journalism which continues to inform millions about the power of investigative and documentary journalism, contemporary crises and our individual and collective capacity to do good in the world.  

Join us for Delivering Democracy 2022 featuring John Quiñones and be part of this year's dynamic interactive online dialogue.  

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Delivering Democracy 2022 is made possible by the generous support of our sponsors and audiences. We thank you for making this signature CSRD program possible! 

 

 

 

 

Virtual Resource Fair

Our Community Resource Fair organizations are a vital part of our annual Delivering Democracy program and our ongoing CSRD initiatives, events and engagement.  We invite you to learn more about this year's, state, national and international Community Resource partners and how their work advances democracy, inclusion, education, mentoring, community health and wellness, justice and cultural awareness.

This year, Our Virtual Community Resource Fair organizations are talking directly to you in Delivering Democracy Lightning Talks!  Choose from a number of informative lightning talks.Delivering Democracy draws thousands of regional, national, and international participants, and all participants welcome the opportunity to learn more about organizations which focus on creating positive change in their communities.

Customize your virtual resource fair experience by hearing directly from community partners who want you to know more about their work and opportunities for involvement and positive impact.  We hope that you will watch and then share the links with your networks so that this year’s Delivering Democracy Virtual Resource Fair has the broadest national and international outreach to date! 

 

Click the organization logos below to learn more about and to hear from the organizations participating in our 2022 Virtual Community Resource Fair.  

 

Logo of OrganizationName of OrganizationOrganizations MissionLightning Talk
Poor People's Campaign

Arizona Poor People's Campaign Today, the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival has picked up this unfinished work.  — that we need a movement that will shift the moral narrative, impact policies and elections at every level of government, and build lasting power for poor and impacted people.
click here

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Arizona Public Service (APS)Arizona Public Service generates clean, reliable and affordable energy for 2.7 million Arizonans.click here
ASU CAMP Scholars

ASU College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) ScholarsTo provide educational and support services including outreach efforts to eligible migrant and seasonal farm workers and their children during their first year of college and beyond.click here
Dialogue on Race Louisiana

Dialogue on Race LouisianaDORLA's Mission The elimination of racism through education Action and Transformationclick here
Illinois Safe Schools AllianceIllinois Safe Schools Alliance/ Public Health Institute of Metropolitan Chicago The mission of the Illinois Safe Schools Alliance (the Alliance) is to promote safety, support and healthy development for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning (LGBTQ+) youth, in Illinois schools and communities, through advocacy, education, youth organizing and research.
KAPWA Loyola logo

KAPWA LoyolaFounded in 1979, Kapwa is the only Filipinx-interest organization at Loyola University Chicago. Meaning “fellow-being" or "community" or "unity" in Tagalog, the mission of Kapwa is to create an inclusive environment for all communities to engage in the Filipinx culture. We provide the contacts and assistance needed for academic success as well as personal and cultural enrichment. Students of all backgrounds can participate in Kapwa, welcome to the family! click here
million dollar teacher project logo

Million Dollar Teacher ProjectIncreasing support for teachers inside and outside of the classroom, raising the profile of highly effective teachers.click here
New Jersey Institute for Social Justice (NJISJ)

New Jersey IInstitute for Social Justice (NJISJ)To address systematic racism through research and adovcacy.click here
New Orleans Youth Alliance logo

New Orleans Youth Alliance (NOYA) Grounded in racial equity and youth leadership, New Orleans Youth Alliance fosters youth-centered policies and cultivates a system of high-quality, well-resourced youth development organizations.click here
One n Ten logo


One n TenOur mission is to serve LGBTQ youth and young adults ages 11-24. We enhance their lives by providing empowering social and service programs that promote self‐expression, self‐acceptance, leadership development, and healthy life choices.click here
RAVEN (Respecting Aboriginal Values and Environmental Needs)


RAVEN Trust 

RAVEN (Respecting Aboriginal Values and Environmental Needs)
RAVEN raises legal defence funds to assist Indigenous Peoples who enforce their rights and title to protect their traditional territories.click here
RAZA Development Fund logo


RAZA Development Fund Raza Development Fund invests capital and creates financial solutions to increase opportunities for Latino and poor families across the country.click here
Real Engagement Through Active Philanthropy logo


REAP - Real Engagement Through Active PhilanthropyREAP, an acronym for Real Engagement through Active Philanthropy, is a philanthropic giving circle that enables its members to make investments in community-based civic organizations, social justice initiatives, education, and job readiness training.click here
Students Engaged In Ethical Donations (S.E.E.D)


Students Engaged In Ethical Donations (S.E.E.D)Strive to empower ourselves and each other while also supporting those around us. Through mentorship from various partnered organizations such as ACF, REAP,, etc we emphasize our development and growth as men and in our professional endeavors.click here
The MultiCultural Outreach Program


The MultiCultural Outreach Program of Green CountySupport the LatinX Community click here
Tu Casa Latina logo


Tu Casa Latina They are dedicated to building a better life for women, men and children that fall victims of crime, either through domestic violence, human trafficking or abuse in the northern Nevada area and we accomplish this through direct services, education advocacy and community involvement.click here
UCAN from Chicago IL


UCAN from Chicago, IL UCAN builds strong youth and families through compassionate healing, education, and empowerment. Our vision is that youth who have suffered trauma can become our future leaders.click here
Women's Campaign International



Women's Campaign International Working in emerging democracies and post-conflict regions around the world, Women’s Campaign International (WCI) is a not-for-profit organization that works to equip women to actively participate in public advocacy, market, and political processes. In providing the requisite skills, knowledge, and culturally-sensitive support, we develop leaders globally who transform the lives of everyone they serve.click here
Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement (HACE)

Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement (HACE) 

Chicago, IL 

To positively impact the American workplace by cultivating the pipeline of Latino talent and providing Latino professionals the insight, access, and support to be successful in their careers.
The Welcome to America Project logo

The Welcome to America Project

We celebrate resettled refugees, sharing strategic resources to accelerate faster self-sufficiency and fuller integration.
Aliento logo

Aliento

Aliento serves undocumented, DACA, and mixed immigration status families to transform trauma into hope and action. We are youth-led and directly impacted people and allies who are invested in the well-being, emotional healing, and leadership development of those impacted by the inequities of lacking an immigration status.
Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church logo


Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church

(PRBC)

Pilgrim Rest Human Services is dedicated to providing resources and knowledge to assist individuals and families in becoming self-sufficient. Human Services includes, but is not limited to the following: benevolence applications, community education and events, employment, foster care and adoption, mobile food distribution, and providing access to additional community resources.

Our mission is to collaborate with local, state and federal agencies to develop creative partnerships to meet the various needs of community members.

click here

 

 

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Saturday, April 23, 2022  |  2 p.m. AZ

An Online Dynamic Interactive Dialogue

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