Thomas Buergenthal, American Judge, International Court of Justice in the Hague; Author, A Lucky Child
Buergenthal has been an influential voice in international and human rights law, shaped in large part by his experience as a survivor of Auschwitz during the Holocaust. Join us as he shares his experiences of that unforgettable time in history, and discusses the importance of international law and a worldwide commitment to human rights. Read more »
More than half of all Americans are urbanites and in danger of losing their connection to nature. The founder of Utne Magazine, Eric believes that city dwellers can learn to live greener lives, and looks to the sage and still-relevant advice of Benjamin Franklin – author of Poor Richard's Almanack – to provide guidance.
J. Stephen Morrison, Director, Africa Program and Task Force on HIV/AIDS, Center for Strategic & International Studies Ambassador Princeton Lyman, Ralph Bunche Senior Fellow and Director, Africa Policy Studies, Council on Foreign Relations Dr. Tetteh Kofi, Professor of Economics, USF Barbara Rodgers, Anchor, CBS 5 Eyewitness News – Moderator Read more »
Nell Merlino, Chief Executive Officer, Make Mine a $Million Business Program, Count Me In Ingrid Merriwether, CEO, Merriwether & Williams Insurance Services Julie Tucker, Publisher and Co-owner, SmartsCo Gwen Wright, Financing Resource Center Managing Consultant, Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center Read more »
Markos Zuniga, Founder and Editor, DailyKos.com; Author, Crashing The Gate: NetRoots, Grassroots, and The Rise of People-Powered Politics
In conversation with Greg Dalton, Chief Operating Officer of The Commonwealth Club. Read more »