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Glenn Loury

The Glenn Show (with Glenn Loury)

February 1, 2018 Blogging Heads

Professor Glenn Loury talks with his son, Glenn Loury II, in Loury's latest podcast episode about capitalism and social democratic vision. 

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Glenn Loury participates in anti-poverty forum

July 15, 2015 C-SPAN2

Earlier this week, Glenn Loury, Watson Faculty Fellow and Merton P. Stoltz Professor of the Social Sciences, participated in an anti-poverty forum to deliberate these and other challenging issues. The event, convened in Washington, DC by the Center for Neighborhood Enterprise (CNE), brought community and thought leaders together to discuss the power of local, grassroots activists in the fight against poverty.  

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Loury Joins Congressional Briefing

May 26, 2015 C-SPAN

Watson Faculty Fellow and Merton P. Stoltz Professor of the Social Sciences Glenn Loury participated in a Congressional briefing on The Growth of Incarceration in the United States: Exploring Causes and Consequences, a recent report released by the National Academy of Sciences (NAS).

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Loury addresses why Ferguson won't lead to a change in public policy.

January 5, 2015

In a forum in the Boston Review, Faculty Fellow Glenn Loury says: "...making Brown a poster child around which to organize a movement for social justice might be a profound mistake, for doing so creates a situation where the success or failure of that movement hinges on the facts of his case."

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Loury speaks to David Smith at Economy Watch on US incarceration.

October 22, 2014

Faculty Fellow Glenn Loury to David Smith at Economy Watch: “Because the people most affected by the mistaken policies are not white, but are black and brown, there’s been less of a tendency to slap your forehead and say ‘my, what have we done here, let’s reconsider.'"

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Watson Goes to Washington

June 11, 2014

On June 9, Brown alumni and friends attended a series of events at the National Press Club, hosted by Brown and the Watson Institute as part of Brown's 250th anniversary celebration. 

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