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19 and armed conflict. Despite a call last year from the United Nations for global cease fires as the pandemic raged, violence continued and even increased around the world. Maurer discusses what can be done to tackle global inequities and what he sees as the greatest humanitarian crises in the years ahead. Join on Monday, June 7th at 3:00pm ET. Wright joins Washington Post columnist David Ignatius at on Tuesday, June 8 at 1:00pm ET. government has been gathering on unidentified aerial phenomenon (UAP), also popularly known as UFOs. military members. government program created in 2007 committed to the investigation of UAPs.Life After Vaccines: Future of Travel and Live Events with WNBA Commissioner Cathy Engelbert Kayak CEO Steve Hafner Nearly half of eligible Americans have received one dose of the coronavirus vaccine, and every day the country moves closer to a post pandemic existence. But what will the new normal look like in travel and live events? brings together thought leaders and executives to examine how the ways we travel and enjoy entertainment will be permanently altered, while still feeling very familiar. We’ll explore tweaks that will be added to how we attend concerts, sporting events and other large gatherings. Our guests will also address whether travel will ever be the same. Join WNBA commissioner Cathy Engelbert and Kayak CEO Steve Hafner on Tuesday, June 8 at 4:30pm ET. O’Connor will share her perspective on some of her most memorable pop culture moments from soaring to global stardom with her cover of Prince’s “Nothing Compares 2 U” to her infamous 1992 appearance on Saturday Night Live. Tune in to this must see conversation on Wednesday, June 9 at 2:00pm ET.Global Vaccine Divide with Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance Chair Jos Manuel Barroso and Unilever CEO Alan Jope While the United States, Europe and some developed nations have stemmed the coronavirus with large scale vaccine campaigns, others without an adequate supply of doses are still struggling to inoculate their populations and control the spread of the virus. Join Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, chair Jos Manuel Barroso and Unilever CEO Alan Jope for a conversation about strengthening the COVID 19 recovery response globally, and the role of sanitation and clean water to fight the spread of new strains and prevent future pandemics. Watch live on Thursday, June 10 at 11:00am ET.The Path Forward: Global Education with Julia Gillard, Former Australian Prime Minister Board Chair, Global Partnership for Education As the leaders of the G7 meet, former Australian prime minister Julia Gillard is drawing the world’s attention to the global education crisis exacerbated by the lockdown. As board chair of the Global Partnership for Education, she is pushing world leaders to bring quality education to all children. Gillard, whose 2012 anti misogyny speech in Parliament was voted the most unforgettable Australian TV moment, joins Washington Post columnist David Ignatius to share her thoughts on how world leaders can plan for a post COVID 19 world, why girls are at risk of being shut out of schools, and why it should matter to the United States and the rest of the world. Join on Friday, June 11 at 12:00pm ET. Join Washington Post opinions editor at large Michael Duffy in conversation with Patterson at on Friday, June 11 at 2:00pm ET.117th Congress: Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (R Pa.) Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (R Pa.). It has been involved in recent negotiations on issues from infrastructure to police reform. 6 Capitol attack.By 23 hours agoThe Path to Net Zero with Oregon Gov. Kate Brown (D) and IHS Markit Vice Chair Daniel Yergin The transition to a net zero global economy is accelerating, with powerful implications across many sectors. will gather thought leaders and key policymakers to discuss the goal to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050 and assess the path forward to 100 percent clean energy in less than 30 years. We’ll also examine the Biden administration approach on eliminating fossil fuels, and focus on how energy and transportation will need to be transformed in order to reach these goals.By 1 day agoRace in America: Corporate Initiatives with Mark Mason, Citi Chief Financial Officer Mark Mason is Citi’s chief financial officer and one of Wall Street’s highest ranking Black executives. In the past year, the company has committed over $1 billion to tackle the racial wealth gap in banking and credit, housing and entrepreneurship.By 2 days agoRace in America: History Matters with Mary Elliott and Paul Gardullo The 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre is one of the country’s deadliest episodes of racial violence. Historians believe as many as 300 Black people were killed and 10,000 were made homeless after a white mob descended on a thriving Black business district. On Tuesday, June 1 at 12:30pm ET, Washington Post race and economics reporter Tracy Jan spoke with Mary Elliott and Paul Gardullo from the National Museum of African American History and Culture about what happened and the enduring impact of the century old massacre.By May 27The Optimist: A Conversation with Mitch Albom The coronavirus pandemic has tested humanity’s fortitude and resilience from millions of loved ones lost to the virus to widespread economic hardship. How do we maintain hope for the future in this moment we are living through together? Join for the second interview in our new series, “The Optimist,” featuring conversations that aim to both inspire and inform. Albom will also discuss his latest book and how art can be a powerful tool for healing and instilling hope in people’s hearts.