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The Final Year
New York, NY

A new film gets an unprecedented look at the Obama administration's foreign policy agenda through the eyes of its top staffers.

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SOCIAL CINEMA @ NEW AMERICA
Bending the Arc
New York, NY

A new film profiles the revolutionary plan of three young doctors to eradicate a global health crisis: train patients as healthcare workers.

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SOCIAL CINEMA @ NEW AMERICA
500 Years
Bronx, NY

From a historic genocide trial to the ousting of a president, a new film tells a sweeping story of mounting Guatemala’s resistance.

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Art, Rural Education, & Economic Growth in Wassaic, NY
Wassaic, NY

Join New America NYC in Wassaic, NY for an series of interactive discussions on art education and its impact on rural placemaking.

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Making Health Work
New York, NY

Many American workers are unwell, and it won't get better until we think of health as a driver of prosperity—not just a product of it.

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Trump Nation
New York, NY

One year after Trump's electoral victory, join us for a conversation on the prospects for solving inequality in the three years remaining.

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SOCIAL CINEMA @ NEW AMERICA
500 Years
New York, NY

From a historic genocide trial to the ousting of a president, a new film tells a sweeping story of mounting Guatemala’s resistance.

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The Quantum Spy
New York, NY

Join New York Times bestselling author David Ignatius for a conversation on the real-world threats of cyber espionage to national security.

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When the Waters Come, Will Our Cities Survive?
New York, NY

Intense natural disasters—including the recent Hurricanes Harvey and Maria—make it hard to ignore the rapid changes in our climate.

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SOCIAL CINEMA @ NEW AMERICA
Strong Island
New York, NY

Segregation draws a line around not just your neighborhood, but your life.

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Human Flow
New York, NY

World-renowned artist, activist, and icon Ai Weiwei joins us for a screening of his sweeping new film on the global refugee crisis.

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The Color of Money
New York, NY

In 1863, the black community owned less than one percent of total U.S. wealth. Today, that number has barely budged.

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