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"Democratic Values after Trump: A Frank View" with Barney Frank | The 12th Annual Gus & Libby Solomon Memorial Lecture
Thursday, January 26, 2017 - 7:00pm
"Democratic Values after Trump: A Frank View" with Barney Frank | The 12th Annual Gus & Libby Solomon Memorial Lecture

The 12th Annual
Gus & Libby Solomon Memorial Lecture

"Democratic Values after Trump: A Frank View"
with Barney Frank

 

Location: Lincoln Recital Hall 75
Date: Thursday, January 26, 2017
Time: 7:00 PM
Price: FREE and Open to the Public.
Tickets available at the door or in advance at the PSU Box Office 
NOTE: Guests to the invitation-only dinner DO NOT need to order a ticket to the lecture, as a lecture ticket is already included with your dinner RSVP.


After a redefining year in American politics, the 12th Annual Gus & Libby Solomon Memorial Event welcomes former U.S. Congressman Barney Frank to discuss the future of the Democratic Party and liberal values following the inauguration of Donald Trump. 


About Barney Frank
Barney Frank (U.S. Congressman D-MA 1981-2012) worked to adjust America’s spending priorities and fought against discrimination. In 1987, Frank made history as the first openly gay member of Congress. He championed legislation for Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection as co-author of the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act. Frank is the author of two books: Speaking Frankly (1992), a collection of policy essays; and a memoir titled Frank: From the Great Society to Same Sex Marriage (2015).  He has taught at Harvard, Boston University, the University of Massachusetts Boston, and the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.

About the Gus & Libby Solomon Memorial Lecture
The annual Gus & Libby Solomon Memorial Lecture at Portland State University is devoted to the values of social justice exemplified by the Solomons and explorations of the American Jewish experience.  

Contact: Harold Schnitzer Family Program in Judaic Studies 503-725-8449judaicst@pdx.edu


 

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