MEDIA ADVISORY FOR MARCH 4: Tulsi Gabbard to Deliver Foreign Policy Lecture at Brown University
Media Advisory for March 4—Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (HI-02) will deliver a foreign policy speech at Brown University's Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs. She will discuss the need for foreign policy that secures our nation, an end to counterproductive, interventionist wars, the need to end the new Cold War and nuclear arms race that threatens our security and costs trillions of American taxpayer dollars – dollars that should be invested in the needs of our people and our future. Following the lecture, the congresswoman will engage in a discussion with Watson Senior Fellow Stephen Kinzer.
Press is welcome to attend this public event, but space is limited. Please RSVP by responding to this email by 10am EST on Monday, March 4th. The event will be live-streamed here.
Monday, March 4, 2019
2:30 - 4:00 pm EST
Build, Don't Bomb: A New American Foreign Policy
Salomon Center For Teaching, Room 001
79 Waterman Street
Providence, RI 02912
Day-of Press Contact:
Kathryn Dunkelman, (347) 678-2281
The Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs at Brown University seeks to promote a just and peaceful world through research, teaching, and public engagement. The Watson Institute is a community of scholars, practitioners, and students whose work aims to help us understand and address these critical challenges. It is dedicated to meaningful social science research and teaching, and animated by the conviction that informed policy can change systems and societies for the better.
Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard is a Democrat who was first elected to Congress in 2012 to serve the people of Hawaii’s Second Congressional District. She has served on the Homeland Security and Foreign Affairs Committees in Congress, and is currently a member of the House Armed Services and Financial Services Committees. Tulsi Gabbard has served in the Army National Guard for nearly 15 years, deployed twice to the Middle East, and is one of the first female combat veterans ever elected to Congress. She continues to serve as a Major in the Army National Guard.