Events

Nov 28, 2017

Lunch with Social Entrepreneur & NYU Professor Susan Davis

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The NYU Social Entrepreneurship Program & NYU Stern are offering a unique opportunity to meet social entrepreneurship pioneer Susan Davis. You will be able to learn more about Susan’s university wide undergraduate Spring 2018 course, Social Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Development, meet others deeply interested in social entrepreneurship and sustainable business, and engage with one of its most respected pioneers.

Find out more about Susan Davis's course: https://www.nyu.edu/social-entrepreneurship/courses

Nov 28, 2017

Global Webinar 5 with Leping Social Entrepreneur Foundation

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What would you say to an impact investor about your idea? Or a donor you want to support you? Or a prospective partner? Join Rick Wang of Social Venture Partners and the Leping Social Entrepreneur Foundation to learn a new template for a more compelling 3-minute pitch that gives you a better chance for success.

Dec 1, 2017

Lunch with Social Entrepreneur & NYU Professor Jeffrey Hollender

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The NYU Social Entrepreneurship Program & NYU Stern are offering a unique opportunity to meet social entrepreneurship pioneer Jeffrey Hollender. You will be able to learn more about Jeffrey’s university wide undergraduate Spring 2018 course, Sustainable Business & The New Economy, meet others deeply interested in social entrepreneurship and sustainable business, and engage with one of its most respected pioneers.

Find out more about Jeffrey Hollender's course: https://www.nyu.edu/social-entrepreneurship/courses

Dec 4, 2017

Childhood Trauma, Social Entrepreneurship and Leadership at the Intersections

Register for this event. Since 2016, Amita has been traveling the country collecting the stories of LGBTQ people of color who survived childhood rape and sexual assault. Her project, Mirror Memoirs, uses storytelling and survivor leadership to illuminate the needs and wisdom of survivors at this vulnerable intersection that has not been widely discussed.

In this talk, Amita will share some of the preliminary findings of nearly 50 interviews publicly for the first time, and will discuss the implications for social entrepreneurs, nonprofits, and philanthropists seeking to solve intractable problems and to strengthen social justice movements.

Dec 7, 2017

Towards A New Reconstruction: Owning Our Past to Build Our Future

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Today in America, we are witnessing a deeply threatening resurgence in open white supremacist ideologies. From the Trump Administration’s response to neo-Nazis in Charlottesville, to attempts to re-write history and draw a moral equivalency between Confederate and Union principles, long-standing symbols of our Confederate past stand at the center of a contentious battle on the definitions of heritage and hate. Who controls the histories we tell? How do we reconcile these understandings of the American experience? And what can you do to counter racism, and pivot this moment towards a lasting truth and reconciliation with our past?

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