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The UC Public Policy Channel provides a platform for policy-makers, policy critics, and innovative policy thinkers gathered by the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley to speak the truth clearly, convincingly, and constructively in pursuit of solutions for the good of all. Visit: uctv.tv/public-policy

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The UC Public Policy Channel provides a platform for policy-makers, policy critics, and innovative policy thinkers gathered by the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley to speak the truth clearly, convincingly, and constructively in pursuit of solutions for the good of all. Visit: uctv.tv/public-policy

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    Exploring Racial Resentment and Politics

    Exploring Racial Resentment and Politics

    “I’m not a racist, but…” In their new book, Racial Resentment in the Political Mind (University of Chicago Press), Goldman School Dean David C. Wilson and Notre Dame Professor of Political Science Darren Davis explore the concept of racial resentment. They argue that while prejudice and racism are fundamentally rooted in American politics, so are non-racial motivations, such as a belief in a “just” world, where people get what they deserve and deserve what they get. This instinct to make judgments about “deservingness” in politics often animates those who believe they are “not racist,” but tend to oppose policies and ideas that advance racial justice, and blame racial-ethnic minorities for their social, political, and economic positions. Join Dean Wilson and Professor Davis in conversation with Assistant Vice Chancellor Dan Mogulof about their research findings and why a nuanced conversation about race is critical to democracy.  Series: "UC Public Policy Channel" [Public Affairs] [Show ID: 37781]

    • 58 min
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    Emergent Technologies: Friend or Foe?

    Emergent Technologies: Friend or Foe?

    Join Secretary Janet Napolitano and Senator Mark Warner for a discussion about the risks and opportunities of emergent technologies for voting, political engagement, and more. Must innovation and security always be at odds? Is there a way to find a balance between the two? Tune in for a fascinating conversation between two national security experts and lifelong public servants. Series: "UC Public Policy Channel" [Public Affairs] [Show ID: 37661]

    • 1 hr 28 min
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    The United States Pandemic Response: Lessons from the H1N1 Pandemic of 2009

    The United States Pandemic Response: Lessons from the H1N1 Pandemic of 2009

    Former Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano and former Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius explore the H1N1 Pandemic of 2009 and what lessons that pandemic might have for our current situation. Series: "UC Public Policy Channel" [Public Affairs] [Show ID: 37523]

    • 1 hr 28 min
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    From Cal Student to Mayor of Berkeley

    From Cal Student to Mayor of Berkeley

    The Center on Civility & Democratic Engagement (CCDE) at the Goldman School of Public Policy presents a special 2021 UC Berkeley Homecoming lecture featuring Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguin. CCDE Faculty Director Dan Lindheim interviews Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguin on how he went from Cal student to Berkeley's Mayor, and the key issues the City faces in terms of public safety, housing, homelessness, COVID, and its complicated relationships with the Berkeley campus. Series: "UC Public Policy Channel" [Public Affairs] [Show ID: 37321]

    • 55 min
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    Defending Against the Ravages of Disinformation

    Defending Against the Ravages of Disinformation

    Disinformation - the intentional dissemination of false information to shape political and social outcomes - is an increasingly pernicious feature of the US political landscape. In just the past 18 months, disinformation has had direct, harmful effects on efforts to check the spread of COVID-19, on initiatives for racial justice and on the 2020 election and its aftermath. Clearly, disinformation costs lives and erodes democracy. This Berkeley Conversation convenes eminent scholars to explore one of the most critical questions facing US democracy: How can we counter disinformation to protect our communities without compromising America’s core principles? This event is sponsored by the Goldman School of Public Policy, Berkeley Law and the Office of Communications and Public Affairs. Series: "UC Public Policy Channel" [Public Affairs] [Show ID: 37462]

    • 1 hr 29 min
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    Poverty God Politics - What this Experience Taught Me with David Beckmann

    Poverty God Politics - What this Experience Taught Me with David Beckmann

    David Beckmann reviews what we've learned from the Poverty, God & Politics series, talks about the students in his UC Berkeley class, and thanks the people—about 3,000 a week—who have watched webcasts and read the companion blog posts. He stresses the importance of advocacy with Congress this year and active participation in next year's elections.
    Series: "UC Public Policy Channel" [Public Affairs] [Show ID: 36998]

    • 19 min

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