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“Exploring Populism and Wokeism”
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First panel: Populists, our Saviours?
Main speaker: Dr. Daniel Pipes a historian, Islamic scholar, founder and president of the Middle East Forum. He is named in the 100 most influential living Harvard Graduates and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. He has taught at Harvard, Pepperdine, the U.S. Naval War College, and the University of Chicago. He has served in five presidential administrations between 1982 and 2005, including two presidentially-appointed positions.
Dr. Pipes will address the rise of Western Civilizationalists (“Populists”). Should we fear Populists as far-Right “xenophobes?” or are they a healthy response to what he calls the continent’s DIMI (demographics, immigration, multiculturalism, and Islamization) problems?
Other Panel guests addressing Populists and Navigating Free Speech: Leo Adler, Criminal Law Expert, Professor; Julius Grey: Constitutional Law Expert, Professor.
Moderator: Christine Douglass-Williams
Second panel: Has Wokeism Gone Too Far?
Main speaker: Laurie Cardoza-Moore the founder of Proclaiming Justice to the Nations (PJTN), a global voice on the frontlines for the ideological, social, moral and religious mind of this generation. PJTN’s accomplishments include two Emmy/Telly Award winning documentaries, “The Forgotten People,” and “Israel Indivisible.” She has served as Special Envoy to the United Nations, and was listed by the Algemeiner as one of the “Top 100 People Positively Impacting Israel”.
Laurie Cardoza-Moore will address the permeation of Wokeism into every sector of Western society, particularly the school system. She will also discuss the scourge of antisemitism and how it is undermined by Woke activists.
Other panel guest to present: Sue-Ann Levy, Conservative Writer, former political columnist for the Toronto Sun and Postmedia
Moderator: Tara Steinberg