Dr. Trita Parsi, founder and president of the National Iranian American Council (NIAC), speaks to the World Affairs Council of Greater Richmond on the subject of US-Iran relations. (Recorded April 19).
Articles by Benjamin Dolle
Karl Rove, columnist, political strategist, and former Deputy Chief of Staff to George W. Bush, will shares perspectives on immigration at the University of Richmond as part of the Sharp Viewpoint Series. (Recorded March 22, 2018)
On this week's WCVE Forum, Co-moderators Saraya Wintersmith and Craig Carper discuss the election results with experts Jeff Schapiro, Dr. Ravi Perry and Dr. Quentin Kidd and look at ahead at Governor-Elect Ralph Northam’s agenda for the 2018 General Assembly session.
Carrie Coyner, Attorney and School Board Member for Chesterfield County, give a speech on social inequality and its effect on education equity as part of the 2017 Eyes on Richmond series at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.
Redistricting is a bipartisan problem, but the solution may be nonpartisan.
That was the message panelists stressed at a forum Sunday afternoon in at the Unitarian Church of Norfolk.
Nearly 50 people, including local political candidates and citizens, attended the public forum, which was moderated by Norfolk’s mayor Kenny Alexander.
Dr. Ronald Crutcher, president of the University of Richmond, moderates this discussion with Jeffrey Herbst, former president and CEO of the Newseum and Newseum Institute, as part of the SHARP Viewpoint Series at the University of Richmond.
While debate continues to swirl over the status of immigrants already in America and whether or not to build a wall, doesn't it make sense to start examining what our immigration process should look like going forward?
In this presentation presented by the Jefferson Institute for Public Policy, panelists Rob Jesmer of FWD.US, Greg Walcher with the Red Card Solution, and Al Zapanta, president and CEO of the United States-Mexico Chamber of Commerce, dicuss the challenges and prospects of immigration reform in the United States.
Virginia’s candidates for Governor - Democrat Ralph Northam and Republican Ed Gillespie - met at the Homestead on Saturday (7/22) to debate the issues leading up to the vote this November.
With a variety of issues relating to the retail industry confronting the Greater Richmond community, Walmart thought this was the perfect time to convene a panel discussion on The Future of Retail. Local experts discussed the Richmond area grocery wars, e-commerce and its integration with brick and mortar stores, employee training and recruiting, and a variety of other issues related to the changing world of retail in Richmond. The panel discussion took place on Thursday, June 8, 10:00 a.m. at the Walmart Supercenter in Short Pump.