Propaganda, Hate Speech, and Civic Engagement
June 28–30 in Washington, DC
The Museum is pleased to offer this annual three-day leadership summit for university student leaders. Apply today to make your voice heard, engage with your peers, and build a network to overcome indifference.
Drawing from the themes of the Museum’s special exhibition State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda, the summit will explore critical issues such as:
View the Summit Agenda.
You’ll have the opportunity to:
Learn from the experiences and insights of:
View the complete list of speakers and their bios.
This summit has been planned in cooperation with the Media Education Lab at the University of Rhode Island and NASPA.
Applications due June 10.
To learn more, please contact JoAnna Wasserman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202.314.0304.
This year's summit has been made possible by the generous support of the Marcus Foundation.
“I learned there are other students who want to create change and foster dialogue too. The only thing that can hold us back is a lack of imagination.” —2011 Summit Participant
“You gave us not only education, but the self-confidence to bring our ideals home and a wonderful network of leaders for support and advice.”
—2011 Summit Participant