‘Orange is the New Black’ author Piper Kerman discussed her prison experience and prison reform advocacy in Gasson 100 on Tuesday.
The Portico Program and the Winston Center for Leadership and Ethics hosted a lecture titled “Doing What’s Right” on Nov. 19. The forum featured Dan Price, founder of Gravity Payments, who talked about his decision to use his business for social change.
“Everyday values in our country like opportunity, democracy, fairness, and equality are under attack,” Tubbs said.
As the event will fall during Women’s History Month, it is co-sponsored by the Boston College Women’s Collaborative, the Women’s Center, and the Civic Engagement Committee.
Holder discussed some of the toughest decisions he had to make during his time as attorney general.
On Wednesday evening, Bill Plunkert, former CIA spy and BC ’68, recounted the years he spent in the Soviet Union during the Cold War spying for the U.S.