Join us for an insider’s view of how Congress can conduct effective oversight investigations. The Roosevelt Institute and Demos are pleased to welcome Elise Bean, a 30-year Senate investigator and author of Financial Exposure: Carl Levin’s Senate Investigations into Finance and Tax Abuse, to take us behind the scenes on the oversight challenges facing the new

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Conversation and Cocktail Reception Join the Roosevelt Institute as we celebrate current Roosevelt fellow Darrick Hamilton and former Roosevelt fellow K. Sabeel Rahman as they take on leadership of two of the most important and dynamic organizations in today’s progressive infrastructure! We’ll hear from Rahman, the new president of Demos, and Hamilton, the incoming executive

For most Americans, the most controversial—and famous—summit meeting of the Second World War remains the Yalta Conference, where, in the minds of many conservative critics, Winston Churchill and Franklin Roosevelt essentially handed over control of Poland and much of Eastern Europe to the Soviet Union. What is often overlooked, however, is that most of the

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In today’s chaotic political environment, it’s hard to have a serious debate about economic policy, despite its deep and real impact on people’s lives. But we seem to be at a turning point as Americans look for credible answers to the economic insecurity so many of us feel. On November 13, join Roosevelt President and

We invite you to join George Washington’s Institute of Public Policy (“GWIPP”) and the Roosevelt Institute on November 13, 2018, to hear a range of experts explore the declining state of competition in high-tech industries such as social media, Internet search, and e-commerce, and propose ways to restore it. Amid concerns about the effects of corporate influence on much of

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Economic insecurity is a persistent reality for millions of Americans. The promise of steady, secure employment—and the fundamental relationship between employers and employees—has been eroding for decades. Wages have been stagnant since the 1970s, and the rise of contingent labor means that workers can no longer depend on employers for crucial benefits, such as health

How does corporate power suppress worker wages? And why has it hit rural America especially hard? Please join Roosevelt Research Director Marshall Steinbaum and CNN’s Lydia DePillis on March 23 for a conversation about a key force driving Americans’ economic insecurity. Steinbaum’s latest research reveals how employers are using increasingly concentrated corporate power to shape the labor market

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Politics at Work: A Discussion of Corporate Influence Over Worker Politics with Alex Hertel-Fernandez Wednesday, March 28th, 2018 Registration at 5:30 PM Discussion begins promptly at 6:00 PM Program concludes at 7:15 PM The Roosevelt Institute 570 Lexington Avenue, 5th Floor New York, NY 11103 The Roosevelt Institute is a leading voice explaining how disparities

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Roosevelt Institute at Northeastern University is hosting a free Screening of Backpack Full of Cash followed by a community discussion of the film. The film focusses on issues of charter schools, vouchers, and privatization. This timely new documentary takes viewers into the world of market-based education reform. With cautionary examples of privatization and funding cuts have had a

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On Tuesday, October 10, the Roosevelt Institute hosted the 2017 Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Awards at the remarkable St. James Church in New York City. The Four Freedoms Awards recognize the contributions of civil society leaders who embody the vision for a better world that President Franklin Roosevelt articulated in his 1941 “Four Freedoms” address.