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  • emJust Givingem
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    Just Giving

    Stanford University Pofessor Rob Reich examined the role of philanthropy in a democracy.

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  • Washington Journal Rep John Larson DCT Discusses the Future of Social Security
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    Representative Larson on the Future of Social Security

    Representative John Larson (D-CT) talked about his legislation to reform and expand Social Security.

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  • Senator Marco Rubio on One Year Anniversary of Parkland Shooting
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    Senator Marco Rubio on One Year Anniversary of Parkland Shooting

    Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) spoke on the chamber floor about the one-year anniversary of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida. He honored the victims and spoke about gun safety laws and…

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  • State and Local Policymaking Economics Professors and Business Council Leaders
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    State and Local Policymaking, Economics Professors and Business Council Leaders

    The Brookings Institution hosted a forum on evidence-based policymaking at the state and local level. This portion of the event included a panel discussion with economics professors and…

    101 views
  • US Conference of Mayors Gun Violence and Hate Crimes Part 2
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    U.S. Conference of Mayors, Gun Violence and Hate Crimes, Part 2

    In this portion of the winter meeting of the U.S. Conference of Mayors the mayors from Annapolis, Maryland; Parkland, Florida; Charleston, South Carolina; and Pittsburgh shared stories…

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  • Washington Journal Mark Miller Discusses Recent Legislative Efforts to Preserve Social Security
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    Mark Miller on Legislative Efforts to Preserve Social Security

    Reuters columnist Mark Miller talked about legislative efforts to preserve Social Security. This program was part of C-SPAN’s “Your Money” series, during which a segment of Washington…

    517 views
  • Student Leaders Advocates Testify at Gun Violence Prevention Hearing
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    Gun Violence Prevention

    Law enforcement, safety advocates, and Second Amendment supporters testified before the House Judiciary Committee on gun violence prevention, the first such hearing in nearly a decade.…

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  • US Conference of Mayors Holds Forum on Housing Policy and Homelessness
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    U.S. Conference of Mayors, Housing and Homelessness Forum

    The Democratic mayors of San Francisco and Philadelphia were the featured speakers at a discussion on housing and homelessness at the 2019 winter meeting of the U.S. Conference of Mayors.…

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  • US Conference of Mayors Gun Violence and Hate Crimes Part 1
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    U.S. Conference of Mayors Gun Violence and Hate Crimes, Part 1

    In this portion of the winter meeting of the U.S. Conference of Mayors, mayors and gun control advocates talked about gun violence and hate crimes in their cities, with a focus on ways their cities are reducing…

    331 views
  • Washington Journal Diane Yentel Discusses the Government Shutdown and HUD Assistance Programs
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    Diane Yentel on the Government Shutdown and HUD Assistance Programs

    National Low Income Housing Coalition President and CEO Diane Yentel talked about how those who receive assistance from Housing and Urban Development could be affected by the shutdown. This program was part…

    546 views
  • Senate Aging Committee Holds Hearing on Elder Fraud
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    Fraud Targeting the Elderly

    The Senate Special Aging Committee held a hearing on combatting scams that target the elderly. With an aging population and new technology at fraudsters' disposal, seniors have become…

    630 views
  • Criminal Justice Summit Philanthropic Efforts
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    Criminal Justice Summit, Philanthropic Efforts

    Hip-hop artists Meek Mill and Fred Brathwaite discussed the impact of philanthropists on criminal justice reform with hedge fund founder Daniel Loeb, Lava Records founder and CEO Jason…

    196 views
  • House Rules Committee Meeting on Disaster Relief Funding
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    House Rules Committee Meeting on Disaster Relief Funding

    The House Rules Committee met to consider a $12.14 billion supplemental disaster aid bill for recovery from damage due to hurricanes, wildfires, and other 2018 natural disasters. Appropriations…

    401 views
  • Social Isolation Treatment and Prevention
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    Social Isolation Treatment and Prevention

    The Atlantic hosted a series of discussions on combating loneliness and social isolation. Speakers included former U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy, AARP Foundation President Lisa Marsh…

    687 views
  • Sarah Wire on Disaster Relief Bill
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    Sarah Wire on Disaster Relief Bill

    Sarah Wire was interviewed from Capitol Hill about the disaster relief bill scheduled to be debated in the House the following week and the Trump administration’s proposal to use 2018…

    37 views
  • Child Protection Policy
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    Child Protection Policy

    The Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, also known as the Helsinki Commission, hosted a briefing on child protection programs. Among the speakers were representatives from…

    102 views
  • Speaker Pelosi Announces Gun Background Check Legislation
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    Announcement of Gun Background Check Legislation

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), Gun Violence Prevention Task Force Chair Representative Mike Thompson (D-CA), and former Representative Gabby Giffords (D-AZ) announced legislation to…

    1,188 views
  • Federal Officials Unveil Plan to Combat Lead Exposure
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    Combating Lead Exposure

    Acting Environmental Protection Agency Administrator (EPA) Andrew Wheeler unveiled President Trump’s plan to combat lead exposure at the the agency' headquarters. He outlined the main goals of…

    239 views
  • Jose Andres at emThe Atlanticem Festival
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    Jose Andres at The Atlantic Festival

    In this portion of The Atlantic Festival, chef Jose Andres talked about his philanthropic efforts in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria struck the island in 2017.

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  • Impact of Infants on the 20th Century
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    Impact of Infants on the 20th Century

    Rutgers University history professor Janet Golden talked about the impact infants had on 20th century developments in medicine, social welfare and consumer culture. The Kansas City Public…

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