Tea Time with the Jackson Center: World Institute on Disability

Virtual Event

Join us on September 23, 2021, at 3:00 pm EST on the Center's Facebook page for a conversation with Marcie Roth, Executive Director and CEO, and Dawn Skaggs, Emergency, Disaster, and Climate Resilience Specialist, from the World Institute on Disability.

Jackson’s Prose: The Closing Statement with Bryan A. Garner

Virtual Event

Bryan A. Garner, lawyer, grammarian, lexicographer, and author of over 25 books, joins Kristan virtually to discuss Robert H. Jackson's closing statement at the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg on […]

Living Voices: Through the Eyes of a Friend

Virtual Event

The Robert H. Jackson Center invites students in grades 5 through 7 to experience history in a unique way. On Wednesday, June 16 at 9:00 am, the Jackson Center presents a virtual performance of Living Voices’ Through the Eyes of a Friend.  Living Voices is offered by TheatreWorks USA and students will experience a unique multi-media combination […]

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Living Voices: The New American (9am & 1pm)

Virtual Event

The Robert H. Jackson Center invites students in grades 3 and 4 to experience history in a unique way. On Tuesday, June 15, the Jackson Center presents 2 virtual performances of Living Voices' the New American, at 9:00 am and at 1:00 pm. Living Voices is offered by TheatreWorks USA and students will experience a […]

Tea Time with the Jackson Center: Nadine Smith, Equality Florida

Virtual Event

For the second Tea of the month, we will speak with someone who is doing the work to educate and/or advance change so we can understand the continuing challenges and how we contribute to change in our own communities. For the month of May, our programming will address equity gaps facing LGBTQ+ individuals.

Tea Time with the Jackson Center: New Economy Project

Virtual Event

Our 2021 programming theme is The Work Left to Do, and within that theme, we’ll explore a different focus each month. In the first Tea of the month, we will look at a topic from a broader perspective to understand the universal and legal challenges. For the second Tea of the month, we will speak with someone who is doing the work to educate and/or advance change so we can understand the continuing challenges and how we contribute to change in our own communities. For the month of April, our programming focused on economic justice.