Speaker Forum May 17th: Transportation
The Progressive Democrats of LaPorte County are excited to announce an online Speaker’s Forum May 17th at 6 PM with Adam Parkhouse,
the Media Relations Director for INDOT the Indiana Department of Transportation.
Adam is a lifetime resident of Michigan City, who previously worked for the News Dispatch for 17 years before accepting a position with INDOT.
He will be discussing making the connection and distinction between Infrastructure and Transportation development via INDOT in LaPorte County and Northwest Indiana.
Please sign up here for this Zoom presentation
LaPorte Democratic Leadership Candidate Forum February 24th
Hear from the new leadership of the LaPorte Democratic Party .
White Supremacy Issue Forum
Video link below
Dr. Richard Rupp, Interim Department Chair of Political Science, Economics, and World Languages, Purdue University Northwest will speak on the threat to Democracy posed by this extreme ideology.
What is the difference between White Supremacy, White Nationalism and racism?
More about Dr. Rupp
Dr. Richard Rupp is Associate Professor of Political Science at Purdue University Northwest. He currently serves as Interim Chair of Political Science, Economics, and World Languages. In addition, Rupp is the Executive Director for the Northwest Indiana World Trade Alliance. Rupp holds a Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of California, Santa Barbara and joined the Political Science Department at PNW in 1998. Rupp’s research and teaching interests center on American Foreign Policy and armed conflicts. He has written numerous scholarly articles on Post-Cold War military interventions and is the author of “NATO after 9/11: An Alliance in Continuing Decline.” (Palgrave/MacMillan, 2007). Rupp is deeply engaged in PNW’s international programs and study abroad courses. He oversees PNW’s academic affiliations in Oman and participates in foreign student recruitment.
Rupp plays an active role in Northwest Indiana, speaking to civic groups, directing PNW’s adult continuing education program “Friday University” and hosting “Purdue Northwest Today” each Thursday morning on radio station WJOB.