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The End of College
New York, NY

American higher education is in crisis. But the disruptive power of information technology is about to change all that.

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No Safe Place: An Investigation into Military Tactics in Gaza
New York, NY

Join New America NYC and Physicians for Human Rights - Israel for a discussion of the main findings of the report and its implications.

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The Millennial Future
New York, NY

A conversation on the state of Millennial civic engagement and the new path forward needed to support their vision of the future.

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The Powerhouse: Inside the Invention of a Battery to Save the World
New York, NY

The race is on to build an advanced lithium-ion battery that could power our electric cars and help relieve climate change.

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1971: A Social Cinema Screening
New York, NY

Decades before the world knew the names of Edward Snowden or Julian Assange, there was the Citizens' Commission to Investigate the FBI.

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Where are the Women in Foreign Policy
New York, NY

With only 10- 20% of Op-Ed's being authored by women, New America welcomes a diverse panel to discuss how we can do better.

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A Path Appears
New York, NY

Through research, reporting and extraordinary storytelling, WuDunn and Kristof introduce us to people who have exceptional ideas.

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88 Days to Kandahar NYC
New York, NY

Join New America NYC for a conversation with Robert Grenier, author of 88 Days to Kandahar.

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The Caring Economy
New York, NY

What might be done to help working Americans better accommodate the demands of the home?

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How Technology is Changing the Family Tree
New York, NY

Someday, the explosion of DNA-based genealogy could even create a universal family tree. So, how could these data sets alter how we think?

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The Great Race
New York, NY

The world's greatest manufacturing juggernaut -- the $2 trillion automotive industry -- is in the throes of a revolution.

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Measuring Up
New York, NY

Join New America NYC for a discussion about an issue that goes beyond filling in the bubble: what do we want the next generation to learn?

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