Tim McCarthy

Tim McCarthy

Professor, Author

The keynotes by Tim McCarthy support same sex families, and bring awareness to important issues regarding gay equality. Tim McCarthy discusses a law passed in Arkansas that prevents single individuals to adopt children, which in effect bands same sex families from adopting.

Tim McCarthy earned an honors degree from Harvard University, and his Ph.D. in history from Columbia University. He is the author of three books, the most recent being 'Protest Nation: The Radical Roots of Modern America.' He is an award-winning professor at Harvard University, and currently works as a lecturer in history and literature. As well, at Harvard he is an adjunct lecturer on public policy, and the director of the Human Rights and Social Moements Program at the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy.

The keynotes by Tim McCarthy advocate for gay rights and same sex marriages. Tim specializes in social movements, modern human rights, and he addresses current issues that are being left on the sidelines.

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