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Rebuilding American Democracy in an Era of Deep Inequality
Washington, D.C.

Join Political Reform to explore several innovative civic engagement models and their implications across the country.

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Democratic Deterioration at Home and Abroad
Washington, D.C.

How worried should we be about the recent deterioration of our liberal democracy?

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Beyond Respectability: Centering Black Women as Agents of Change
Washington, D.C.

A conversation on the need to center the leadership of Black women within institutions of power and influence to achieve a better society.

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A New Era for Immigration
Washington, D.C.

While it’s easy to find champions of immigration reform on both sides of the aisle, finding common ground is less so.

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Breaking Up the Boys Club
Washington, D.C.

An interactive discussion about the disconnect between how advocates and social science researchers think about gender differentiation.

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The Givers: Wealth, Power, and Philanthropy in a New Gilded Age
Washington, D.C.

An investigation of a power shift in American society that has implications for us all.

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The Age of Responsibility
Washington, D.C.

A happy hour conversation about the meaning—and indeed the promise—of responsibility.

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Black Politics in Trump's America
Washington, D.C.

Join us as we explore the present state of black American politics and its outlook post-Obama.

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After Aleppo: Prospects for Preventing Mass Atrocities in the Trump Administration
Washington, D.C.

Join a us as we consider what the future looks like for atrocity prevention.

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Protecting Liberal Democracy During Trump’s Presidency
Washington, D.C.

Explore the resources and coalitions civil society organizations must utilize to defend liberal democratic institutions against attack.

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Democracy Restored
New York, NY

On the evening following Election Day, join K. Sabeel Rahman to discuss how to transform the "New Gilded Age" into a more inclusive economy.

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Inequality And The Crisis of American Democracy
Washington, D.C.

Please join the Political Reform program for a conversation on how we need a more thorough structural approach to economic change.

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