Upcoming Events

September 30, 2014;  6 p.m.
Candidate Central: Clean Energy Candidate Forum 
Edward Jones Commons, East Academic Building at Webster University

October 15, 2014; 6 p.m. 
Conversation with Ambassador Constance Morella
Sunnen Lounge, University Center at Webster University

October 29, 2014;
 6 p.m.
Ending Sexual Assault on Campus
Location To Be Announced at Webster University

November 5, 2014; 6 p.m.
Pizza and Politics Unveiled in Iran, Women's Stealthy Freedoms
Emerson Library Conference Room at Webster University

December 3, 2014;
6 p.m.
Pizza and Politics: Election 2016
Emerson Library Conference Room at Webster University

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Pizza & Politics

Critical Conversations: Lessons from Ferguson
Wed., Sept 24th at 6PM

Our first event of the year is a special presentation of our Pizza & Politics program in conjunction with the Webster University Office of Diversity & Inclusion. Critical Conversations: Lessons from Ferguson on September 24th at 6:00pm will welcome a panel of experts to weigh in on the systemic problems that are at work in Ferguson. 11-year-old Marquis Govan, Webster U Professor Remy Cross and Pastor Traci Blackmon will kickoff the first of five programs focusing on how public policy efforts can mean progress in #Ferguson.



Lessons from Ferguson

A New Series at the Forum

In partnership with the Webster University Office for Diversity & Inclusion, the Holden Forum will host a series of programs in Fall and Spring focused on the public policy issues related to Ferguson.  An official schedule of events and speakers will be released in October, but topics will include:

  • Diversifying the Capitol
  • Corporations & Their Communities
  • Voting: The Mechanism for Progress
  • Community Change Through our Schools
Stay tuned and make sure to sign up for our Holden Forum e-news to get reminders about upcoming programs and events.


Candidate Central

2014 Candidate Clean Energy Forum with Renew Missouri

Tues., Sept 30th at 6PM

Join the Holden Forum and Renew Missouri as Governor Holden leads a conversation and Q&A with local candidates about their stance on clean energy. Confirmed candidates for the St. Louis program are: Joseph Keaveny, Mary Nichols, John Saxton, Margo McNeil. Questions can be submitted in advance of the program, and event registration is encouraged. Please RSVP by clicking here. Light refreshments will be served.