This April with The OpEd Project

Each month, we partner with a number of incredible and diverse organizations around the country (and world). We work with with top academics and social justice leaders through our year-long “Public Voices Fellowships” and we run a number of our “Write to Change the World” programs, open to the public, in different cities every weekend. We also work with a handful of organizations each month that bring our programs to their communities and we wanted to highlight our partners from April. It was our honor to work with over 250 experts across institutions and we can’t wait to see how their ideas shape conversations, and the world. Check them out below.

We were thrilled to work with Jewish leaders from across the country with Rabbis Without Borders in New York City; students and young professionals working in international affairs with Global Access Pipeline in DC; a collection of faculty, students and community members in Cambridge with Harvard Law School; graduate students from across disciplines and departments with University of Washington in Seattle; non-profit executive directors and leaders in Oklahoma City and Tulsa with the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits; human rights activists in Yangon, Myanmar with Harvard Law School’s International Human Rights clinic; and faculty from across the University of California system at University of California, Merced.


Rabbis Without Borders -4/11/16


Global Access Pipeline – 4/15/16


University of Washington – 4/16/16

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Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits – 4/26/16

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Harvard Law School International Human Rights Clinic – 4/29/16


University of California, Merced – 4/29/16


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