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SOCIAL CINEMA @ NEW AMERICA
We Come As Friends
New York, NY

A new film by Hubert Sauper explores the fledgling country of South Sudan from a tiny, homemade tin and canvas airplane.

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The New Balancing Act
Washington, DC

Join New America President Anne-Marie Slaughter and other experts for a discussion about of work and life a reality for all Americans.

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FUTURE OF WAR
Ghost Fleet
New York, NY

What would World War III look like? A new book by P.W. Singer answers this by smashing together the technothriller with nonfiction.

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Blood Year
Washington, DC

Dr. Kilcullen draws upon interviews with communities, combatants and work by field researchers to find solutions in combating ISIS.

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This is How We Fought in Gaza
New York, NY

In the 50-day operation in Gaza, loose rules of engagement that were often interpreted as carte blanche to shoot anything that moved.

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Contested Terrain: The Future of Afghan Women
Washington, DC

With the U.S. military withdrawing and a new government in place, how will women be affected by Afghanistan's moment of transition?

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The Criminalization of Black Youth in the Classroom
Washington, DC

Join New America with Howard University for the third event in the "From Moment to Movement" series: Conversations on Race in America.

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Webcast - Exploring a New America: What Drives Innovation Around the Country?
New York, NY

From big cities to small communities, the best ideas come from local leaders and institutions working directly with the people.

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Broken Windows or Broken Badges?
Washington, DC

Join New America in collaboration with Howard University for the second event in the “From Moment to Movement” series.

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Can We Make American Democracy Work?
Washington, DC

Have political reformers been working with the wrong sets of assumptions? If so, what lessons should we learn from past political reforms?

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Criminal Justice and Racial Inequality
Washington, DC

When it comes to racial inequality and criminal justice, how do we transition from moments of protest into a robust movement for change?

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Common Interests, Common Ground
Washington, DC

New America is pleased to host Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell for a speech on health care policy.

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