Farmers Are Our Future (How campesinos can save our world),
April 21, 2018

Climate change and loss of biodiversity threaten the very existence of the human race. While professors and policymakers in ivory towers study, debate and try to forge agreements, campesinos with little money or education are stabilizing the climate, bringing biodiversity back to degraded lands and feeding the world. Meet some of these unsung heroes and learn how millions more could join their ranks to become the cornerstone of a healthy planet and food system. … Read more »

“Truth to Logic – Crime, Criminal Justice and Ideology in the American Experiment”
August 20, 2018

The U.S. citizenry lacks a legitimate understanding of its country’s capitalist character. This “identity crisis” presents serious problems on both national and international levels. Palombo will relay his experiences with crime, the criminal justice system and the ideological issues that inform to his conclusions. Given our current political and social turmoil, this promises to be a timely presentation. … Read more »

“Mexico/U.S. Relations in the Time of Trump”
November 12, 2018

On November 18, 2016 — barely a week after the stunning U.S. presidential election — former Mexican President Vicente Fox addressed a sold-out audience in the Hotel Real de Minas ballroom, discussing the future of U.S.-Mexico relations. Vicente Fox will return to San Miguel de Allende less than a week after the critical 2018 U.S. mid-term elections. … Read more »