This Week on Livestream | April 2, 2018

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Watch live as Ellevate Network teaches you how to get paid like a bo$$, Lauren Graham discusses her new book with Mae Whitman, and Junot Diaz talks his first foray into children’s books.

Speaking Science to Power: The Importance of Facts in Decision-Making | Earth Institute
Monday, April 2
5:30 PM ET
“This panel will explore the complex interface between science, management, and policy. How is science integrated into the decision-making processes? What types and levels of analyses are needed to guide sustainability policies and programs?”

MLK50 Symposium DAY 2: Where Do We Go from Here? | National Civil Rights Museum
Tuesday, April 3
10 AM ET
“This symposium will examine the 1968 organized labor strike and the current state of poverty in Memphis.”

Get paid like a Bo$$: Negotiations & Money Management For Millennials | Ellevate Network
Tuesday, April 3
6:30 PM ET
“How should you answer the ‘what am I worth?’ question? Get answers once and for all with this bada$$ panel of personal finance and workplace experts.”

Lauren Graham in Conversation with Mae Whitman | 92nd Street Y
Tuesday, April 3
7:30 PM ET
In Conclusion, Don’t Worry About It is Lauren Graham’s inspiring new book drawn from the 2017 commencement speech she gave at her hometown high school. Hear Graham’s thoughts on starting out, staying hopeful, and navigating life’s big moments.”

Maya Angelou’s Legacy | Wake Forest University
Wednesday, April 4
5:45 PM ET
“Wake Forest University will honor the legacy of Dr. Maya Angelou, marking the occasion of her 90th birthday by celebrating her life and many contributions as an acclaimed educator, writer, actress, and civil rights leader.”

Poetry: Ange Mlinko | Hammer Museum
Thursday, April 5
10:30 PM ET
“Ange Mlinko, who has been compared to Frank O’Hara, is the author of five books of poetry. Her poems are about urban life, language and its failings, and the things we see and do not see.”

Junot Díaz | Islandborn | Author Events
Saturday, April 7
12:30 PM ET
Islandborn – Diaz’s first foray into children’s books — is an ode to the power of our imaginations to connect us to the past.”

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