Michael German will participate on a panel organized by the University of Maryland's Cultures and Creativity Student Council and ACES (Advanced Cybersecurity Experience for Students) Student Board about the digital privacy crisis. Speakers will discuss how responses to the crisis are becoming more and more creative, not just by artists but also by professionals in the privacy arena.
The Brennan Center will co-host an event with Defense One to launch the Rethinking Intelligence video series. Experts will explore what’s working and what’s not with U.S. intelligence practices, including a candid discussion about the future of national security policy. Interviews from the Rethinking Intelligence video project will also be screened.
The Brennan Center will co-sponsor a film screening and discussion of The Life and Mind of Mark DeFriest in New York City. This documentary chronicles the life of erstwhile Florida prison escape artist Mark DeFriest, as well as the terrifying abuse he experienced in his decades in Florida’s prison system.
As part of a three-day series of events at Wright State University commemorating Black History Month, Nicole Austin-Hillery will participate in a discussion addressing policing, voting rights and civil liberties.
Faiza Patel will participate in a panel discussion on pretrial considerations in civilian terrorism co-sponsored by Georgetown Law School's Center on National Security and the Law and the Journal of National Security Law and Policy.