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Locked Up and Locked Out
Washington, D.C.

How do we help the more than 650,000 ex-felons have a second chance to attain the American Dream?

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50 Years Since the War on Poverty
Washington, D.C.

<p>The War on Poverty is 50 years old. In his first State of the Union address in January 1964, President Lyndon Johnson announced his ambit

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The Tax-Man Giveth? Refunds, Savings, and Promoting Economic Security
Washington, D.C.

Millions of Americans are waiting for their big tax refund. Most have already spent the money before it arrives. What if there were a way to

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Civic Innovation, Can It Save Our Democracy?
Washington, D.C.

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In Poverty, Under Surveillance
Washington, D.C.

<div><table border="0" cellpadding="0" style="width:606px"><tbody><tr><td><div>For most Americans, news of NSA's domestic spying program was

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Family Self-Sufficiency Program Roundtable
Washington, D.C.

<p class="p1">The New America Foundation invites you to join an invitation-only roundtable at our office in Washington, D.C. on <b>October 2

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Smart Cities
Washington, D.C.

<p>In an era of mass urbanization and technological ubiquity, what happens when computers take over the city? Urban planning expert Anthony

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Savings in America
Washington, D.C.

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Saving Financial Aid
Washington, D.C.

<p><strong><em>In Collaboration with the Assets and Education Initiative at the University of Kansas</em></strong></p><p><strong>To read a s

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Democratizing Wealth and a Sustainable Future
Washington, D.C.

<div>Never before have so many Americans been more frustrated with our economic system, more fearful that it is failing, or more open to fre

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The Hell of American Day Care
Washington, D.C.

<p>Jonathan Cohn’s recent article for<em> The New Republic </em>highlighted the tragic outcomes stemming from our inadequate, unequal, and l

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Jackpot: Using Lotteries to Promote Personal Savings
Washington, D.C.

<p>Americans often view saving as a type of self-deprivation, the financial equivalent of eating your vegetables. What if the broccoli came

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