Ricardo Lagos and Robert Reich
"Inequality in the Americas"

September 11, 2012

Ricardo Lagos was president of Chile from 2000-2006. Since that time he has served as UN Special Envoy for Climate Change and is currently president of the Fundación Democracia y Desarrollo. In 2006 Chancellor Birgeneau awarded him Berkeley’s highest honor, the Berkeley Medal.

Robert Reich is Chancellor’s Professor of Public Policy at UC Berkeley. Previously, he served as Secretary of Labor in the Clinton administration. He is a founding editor of The American Prospect and chair of Common Cause.

- Short highlight video of Ricardo Lagos
- Short highlight video of Robert Reich

Moderated by Harley Shaiken, Professor and Chair, Center for Latin American Studies

Co-sponsored with the Berkeley Law School.


Ricardo Lagos and Robert Reich, September 2012 (Photo by Jim Block.)
Ricardo Lagos and Robert Reich, September 2012. (Photo by Jim Block.)

Robert Reich answers a question. (Photo by Jim Block).
Robert Reich answers an audience question, September 2012. (Photo by Jim Block.)

Ricardo Lagos at Berkeley, September 2012. (photo by Jim Block.)
Ricardo Lagos at Berkeley, September 2012. (Photo by Jim Block.)
Audience for Ricardo Lagos and Robert Reich, September 2012. Photo by Jim Block.
Ricardo Lagos at Berkeley, September 2012. (Photo by Jim Block.)
The panel: Harley Shaiken, Ricardo Lagos, Robert Reich, September 2012. (Photo by Jim Block).
From left: Harley Shaiken, Ricardo Lagos and Robert Reich, September 2012. (Photo by Jim Block.)
Harley Shaiken and Ricardo Lagos on the Berkeley campus, September 2012. (Photo by Jim Block.)
Harley Shaiken and Ricardo Lagos walking across the Berkeley campus. (Photo by Jim Block.)
Ricardo Lagos, Harley Shaiken and Robert Reich. (Photo by Jim Block.)
Ricardo Lagos, Harley Shaiken and Robert Reich speak together after the event. (Photo by Jim Block.)

 

 


 
 
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