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    Author Discussion on Race, Class, and Ideological Divide in America

    NYU School of Law senior fellow Theodore Johnson ( (When the Stars Began to Fall) and Sojourners Magazine president Reverend Adam Russell Taylor (A More Perfect Union) offered their thoughts on race,…

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    NGA Discussion With David Rubenstein on Bipartisanship

    David Rubenstein, co-founder and co-chair of the Carlyle Group, talked bipartisanship with governors at the National Governors Association annual winter meeting in Washington, D.C.

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    U.S. Conference of Mayors Winter Meeting, Opening News Conference

    The U.S. Conference of Mayors held a new conference at the start of the organization’s annual winter meeting in Washington, D.C. Miami Mayor Francis Suarez (R), the president of the…

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    Hearing on Civility and Collaboration in Congress

    The House Select Modernization of Congress Committee held a hearing focusing on civility and collaboration in Congress. Experts from the fields of leadership development, workplace…

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    Author Discussion on Political and Social Activism

    Authors Crystal Fleming, Kekla Magoon, Jamia Wilson, and De Nichols weighed in on political and social activism and how to become involved. The Boston Book Festival hosted this virtual…

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    Open Phones, Part 1

    Viewers responded to the question, “Will you vote to re-elect your member of Congress?”

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    After Words with Andrew Yang

    2020 Democratic presidential candidate and 2021 New York City mayoral candidate Andrew Yang argued that America’s current economic and political systems are outdated, and he offered…

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    After Words with Robert Woodson

    American history is being replaced with a polarizing version according to Woodson Center founder and president Robert Woodson, the author of Red, White, and Black: Rescuing American History…

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    Open Phones, Part 1

    Viewers responded to the question, “Is seeking bipartisanship a worthy goal?” The question relates to President Biden’s efforts to pass an infrastructure bill with support from both Senate…

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    Open Phones

    Viewers commented on a question related to Major League Baseball’s decision to move its 2021 All-Star Game from Atlanta to Denver because of Georgia’s new voting law: “Is getting involved in…

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    Open Phones, Part 1

    Viewers responded to the question, “Does religion affect your political beliefs?”

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    White Working Class and Politics

    Author David Paul Kuhn and former Senator Jim Webb (D-VA) talked about the drift of the white working-class voter to the Republican Party, and the impact of that change on American politics. Former New…

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    The Purpose of Power

    Activist Alicia Garza spoke about the lessons she has learned from her work as a community organizer. This virtual program was sponsored by the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco.

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    Politics and National Unity

    Progress Network hosted a virtual discussion on the state of American politics and efforts to build national unity. Speakers included New York Times columnist David Brooks and Brennan…

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    Thom Hartmann on the Role of Media in U.S. Politics

    Progressive radio talk show host Thom Hartmann talked about the role of media in U.S. politics.

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    Politics of the Founding Era and Today

    Panelists compared founding-era politics to today’s. They stressed that while government size and voting demographics have changed, many issues that concern Americans today worried those in the…

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    Open Phones

    Viewers responded to a question on the state of civility in politics: “Does it matter?” The question was drawn in part from a week that saw a second contentious presidential debate and a…

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    COVID-19, Political Mobilization and Digital Platforms

    The George Washington University’s Institute for Data, Democracy and Politics hosted a virtual event on digital media’s impact on communities of color during the coronavirus pandemic. In…

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    House Hearing on the Spread of Online Misinformation

    The House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence held a virtual hearing on stopping the spread of misinformation online. Experts in social media, national security, and intelligence…

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    Fact Checking Political Claims in Real-Time

    The George Washington University’s Institute for Data, Democracy and Politics hosted a virtual event on digital media’s impact on politics. In this portion, panelists discussed the…

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