Past Events

Reset
U.S.-IRAN INITIATIVE
Losing an Enemy
New York, NY

A new book describes how creative diplomacy — not conventional wisdom in Washington — clinched the Iran nuclear deal.

Read More

SOCIAL CINEMA @ NEW AMERICA
Abacus: Small Enough to Jail
New York, NY

A new film chronicles the trial of the only American bank to face criminal charges following the 2008 financial crisis.

Read More

Get Out There and Play
New York, NY

Join us at the adidas NYC Global Flagship to discuss how tennis — and sport in general — can better serve diverse youth populations.

Read More

Trans Youth
New York, NY

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

Read More

SOCIAL CINEMA @ NEW AMERICA
Step
New York, NY

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

Read More

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.

Read More

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.

Read More

Power to the President
New York, NY

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

Read More

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.

Read More

SOCIAL CINEMA @ NEW AMERICA
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.

Read More

Machine, Platform, Crowd
New York, NY

The authors of The Second Machine Age are back with a new book on the key forces driving our increasingly digital age.

Read More

SOCIAL CINEMA @ NEW AMERICA
Nobody Speak: Trials of the Free Press
New York, NY

A new film examines the explosive Gawker trial that pitted privacy rights against the First Amendment.

Read More