Jeffrey Toobin Takes Vineyard Audience on a Supreme Court Tour
Will Sennott
On Thursday evening, Jeffrey Toobin took the Vineyard audience through an insider’s tour of the recent history of the Supreme Court, its status in the age of President Trump and what to possibly expect in the future.
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Sounding the Alarm for a Crisis in Democracy
Holly Pretsky
Cong. Adam Schiff, chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, filled the pews of the Old Whaling Church as he spoke about the state of democracy in the United States and around the world.
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Voices of the Summer Institute
Caroline Kaplan
Summer on the Vineyard is a busy place, and Dr. Bruce Eckman, chair of the Summer Institute speaker series, knows it.
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The Hard Truth About the Rise in Hate Crimes
Katherine Gianni
Richard Cohen spoke at the Hebrew Center last Thursday night about his work as president of the Southern Poverty Law Center.
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The Beat of a Lifetime: Russia Since the 1950s
Katherine Gianni
As part of the Summer Institute series, Marvin Kalb, former host of NBC's Meet the Press, shared insights and excerpts from his memoir, The Year I Was Peter the Great: 1956—Khrushchev, Stalin’s Ghost, and a Young American in Russia,
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Nicco Mele Speaks of Changing the Narrative
Noah Asimow
The director of the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics, and Public Policy launched the Summer Institute speaker series with a riveting talk Thursday night.
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Hebrew Center's Summer Institute Embraces Weighty Topics
Noah Asimow

The popular summer lecture series kicks off Thursday, July 5 at 7:30 p.m.

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Seeing All Sides of an Issue, From Objective to Up Close
Chloe Reichel

Covering striking Air France mechanics in Paris early in her career as a reporter, Sarah Chayes was hit hard by a wave of inferiority.

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John Kerry Acknowledges Hardships While Advocating Openness

Everybody here knows that the great American novelist Thomas Wolfe wrote prophetically that you can’t go home.

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John Kerry Rebuts Isolationism, Calls the Vineyard Home
Steve Myrick

The former Secretary of State regaled a packed house in Edgartown with humor and gravitas in a speech that was a pointed call to activism.

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