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How the Trump Campaign Took the White Working Class by Storm
Washington, D.C.

Join us for a dynamic discussion about race, class, economic anxiety and the way forward in a Trump presidency.

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Breaking Up the Boys Club
Washington, D.C.

An interactive discussion about the disconnect between how advocates and social science researchers think about gender differentiation.

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Your Work May Be Killing You
New York, NY

Living to work isn't living at all.

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Extreme You
New York, NY

A new book teaches us how to take risks, make extreme choices, and be our best selves—at the office and at home.

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The Career Comeback
New York, NY

The "Mommy Track" needs a revamp.

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Child Care Cartography: A Post-Election Road Map to a Better Child Care System For Everyone
San Francisco, California

Join New America CA for a conversation on child care.

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Unequal from Birth
New York, NY

While other developed countries have invested in high-quality early care and learning infrastructure, the U.S. is woefully behind.

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Watch: Care in America
Washington, D.C.

The Care Index offers new information on the cost, quality, and availability of child care in the United States.

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Watch: Break in Case of Emergency
Washington, D.C.

Join us for a happy hour conversation on feminism and work-life balance in policy and pop culture.

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Gross National Happiness
New York, NY

The American Dream is in big trouble, and the Nordic countries are our best chance at getting it back.

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Watch: Tea Party Women
Washington, D.C.

New America will host a conversation between Melissa Deckman and Amy Sullivan about Tea Party women.

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No Startup Left Behind
San Francisco, C.A.

Join New America for a conversation with tech startups across the city who have successfully navigated the challenging terrain of paid leave

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