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CYBERSECURITY INITIATIVE
Embracing Innovation and Diversity in Cybersecurity
Washington, D.C.

How creating a more diverse field will ensure cybersecurity's future success

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NEW AMERICA NYC
Trans Youth
New York, NY

As the debate about which bathroom transgender people should use continues, a more complex question is emerging.

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NEW AMERICA NYC
Step
New York, NY

A new documentary that follows the trials and triumphs of three Baltimore seniors and their step team

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NEW AMERICA NYC
An Inconvenient Sequel
New York, NY

A decade after "An Inconvenient Truth," Al Gore is back to examine how close we are to a real energy revolution.

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FAMILY-CENTERED SOCIAL POLICY and MILLENNIALS INITIATIVE
Breaking the Chokehold: A Radical Approach to Disrupting the Policing System
Washington, D.C.

Join New America and renegade prosecutor Paul Butler for a conversation about race and the criminal justice system.

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OPEN TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE
Closing the High-Speed Broadband Gap: Shared Spectrum as a Fiber Extension
Washington, D.C.

Join New America’s Wireless Future Project for a panel discussion about the importance of affordable broadband access in rural areas.

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NEW AMERICA NYC
The Least Among Us
New York, NY

The social safety net is slipping away, and Rep. Rosa L. DeLauro is entering her third decade fighting back.

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EDUCATION POLICY
The Power of Leaders in Early Learning
Washington, D.C.

A conversation on how the varying levels of qualifications for Pre-K leaders can leave children behind

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FUTURE TENSE
My Favorite Movie with Rep. Ted Lieu
Washington, D.C.

Join New America and Rep. Ted Lieu for a screening and discussion of the 2014 BAFTA-nominated film Ex Machina.

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NEW AMERICA NYC
Power to the President
New York, NY

Following the attempted coup, President Erdogan's government reacted with a forceful crackdown.

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NEW AMERICA NYC
Too Big To Jail
New York, NY

A new book by Jesse Eisinger explains how the Justice Department failed to hold Wall Street accountable for the 2008 financial crisis.

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NEW AMERICA NYC
Whose Streets?
New York, NY

Three years after Michael Brown's death, a new film profiles the generation fighting not for their civil rights, but their right to live.

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