The CTL Tea Series provides an opportunity for small groups of Georgetown students to have virtual “off-the-record” conversations over tea and make meaningful connections with sector experts.
Polarization in the Northern Triangle and the U.S.-Mexico Border Crisis
With Judit Arenas, Senior Director and Senior Adviser on International Relations to the Founder and Chair of APCO Worldwide
Fernanda Estrada, former Project Management Specialist at USAID/Mexico in the Justice and Citizen Security Office.
What do polarization and racial reckoning have to do with the latest border crisis? How can the governments of Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, and the U.S. collaborate with NGOs and the private sector to address mass migration - and how can they learn from similar challenges worldwide?
When: April 14, 7:00 pm -8:30 pm (ET)
Where: Online Offering
Students accepted to the program will receive a package of tea by mail (location permitting)
Applications due Wednesday, April 7 at 5:00 pm.
FEATURED TEA SERIES
Matthew Miller, Special Agent in Charge, U.S. Secret Service Washington Field Office, and Jeffrey Carroll, Assistant Chief of Police, Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Department shared their views on navigating crises while coordinating across multiple law enforcement agencies across Washington, D.C.
CIVIL UNREST: THE ARMED FORCES' ROLE IN DOMESTIC CONFLICT
Dr. Bradford Wineman, Professor of Military History, US Marine Corps Command and Staff College, Marine Corps University discussed the Military's role in civil disturbances in this fascinating discussion.