What to do this week: February 2 – 8


Monday, February 2:

Event: World Hijab Day@Brown!
Location: Blue Room
Time: 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Join the Brown Muslim Students’ Association in the Blue Room to try on a hijab and stick around until 7 p.m. for hot chocolate and cookies. A discussion will also take place in the Brown Muslim Students Center in the basement of Champlin.

Event: Police Profiling: Causes and Consequences
Location: BERT 130
Time: 5 p.m.

The Taubman Center for Public Policy and the Watson Institute for International Studies is presenting a panel of police policy experts will discuss a variety of topics, including racial profiling and the expansion of mass incarceration.

Wednesday, February 4:

Event: Obama’s Cuba Policy: The Top Secret History Behind the Historic Breakthrough U.S. – Cuban Relations
Location: Joukowsky Forum
Time: 12 p.m.

CLACS will be hosting a lunch and lecture by Peter Kornbluh on the backdoor negotiations that have taken place in the rocky history of U.S.- Cuban Relations.

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