American Women and the Ongoing Battle to Save Democracy
Jennifer Rubin, the author of Resistance: How Women Saved Democracy from Donald Trump (William Morrow, 2021) and a Washington Post opinion writer, explains the persistent threat to American democracy and the central role women from across the political spectrum played in opposing and ultimately defeating Trump. She will discuss how American women redefined US politics and, looking ahead, will examine women’s importance to defending the rule of law and multiracial democracy.
Michel Martin, weekend host, NPR’s All Things Considered
The Kim and Judy Davis Dean’s Lecture Series was established through the generosity of Kim G. Davis AB ’76, MBA ’78 and Judith N. Davis, longtime friends and champions of the Harvard Radcliffe Institute. This annual lecture series invites leading figures from across the arts, humanities, sciences, and social sciences to share their expertise, ideas, and diverse perspectives with the Harvard community and the broader public.
Washington Post Columnist Discusses Women's Role in Electoral Politics at Radcliffe Institute Event (Harvard Crimson, 10/8/21)
How Women Led Anti-Trump Resistance (Harvard Gazette, 10/4/21)