"College Covid-19 Vaccine Mandates - Scientific, Ethical and Legal Considerations: A Roundtable Discussion" (followed by dinner to benefit React19 featuring keynote speaker Aaron Siri, Esq.)*
Concerned Alumni of Dartmouth College will facilitate a robust, nuanced, data-based discussion of Covid-19 policies with a focus on college Covid-19 vaccination mandates from 3:30 to 5:30 on Wednesday, April 26 at Dartmouth’s Hanover Inn. We’ve assembled a panel* of thought-leaders in epidemiology, medicine, civil liberties, and clinical data acquisition and analysis. Please join us in Hanover, NH for an in-depth look at the risks and benefits of college Covid-19 vaccine mandates that persist at Dartmouth and at nearly 1,000 campuses in the US.
We have invited Dartmouth to participate by sending representatives to be part of the discussion. At the time of this writing, they have not agreed to attend.
Admission to the roundtable discussion is free to Dartmouth students, faculty and administration and free to the general public on a first-come, first-served basis. Advance registration via this website its required. For those who are unable to physically attend, a livestream and recording will be available.
The roundtable event was made possible through the effort and generosity of alumni and special donors.
Dinner featuring keynote speaker Aaron Siri, Esq.
Following the roundtable event, we invite you to join us for a special donor cocktail reception at 6 pm and a fundraising dinner starting at 7 pm at the Hanover Inn. The reception and dinner with benefit React19, a non-profit organization dedicated solely to supporting the Covid-19 vaccine injured community. Dinner keynote speaker Aaron Siri, Esq. will give a talk entitled "Why College Vaccine Mandates are Illiberal".
*Roundtable Discussion Panelists & Dinner Keynote Speaker
Dr. Martin Kulldorff Dr. Aseem Malhotra (joining us remotely) Dr. Joel Wallskog Dr. Sandy Reider Todd Zywicki, Esq. Brook Jackson
Dinner Keynote Speaker Aaron Siri, Esq.
*The opinions expressed by the hosts and guests in this show are not necessarily the views of Children’s Health Defense.