In the last two decades, Wall Street banks have lured seven of the eight largest universities in Michigan into complex and risky financial deals. Through these deals, each school continues to pay millions to banks in fees while students throughout the state watch their tuition bills rise. City workers have suffered the effects of predatory

The Roosevelt Institute urges the Republican Party and the Democratic Party to incorporate key policies that address economic inequality into the 2016 Republican Platform and the 2016 Democratic Platform. The policies are discussed in detail in three Roosevelt Institute papers on economic growth and shared prosperity listed directly below. In our letters to the Republican

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Joelle Gamble, National Director of the Roosevelt Network, tells Fox Business that it’s time for candidates to start reaching out to young people. “At the end of the day they have to listen they have to be willing to listen they have to be told that they’re wrong but at the end of the day

Introducing 10 Ideas 2016

Today, Roosevelt is excited to announce the launch of 10 Ideas 2016: – 10 Ideas for Defense & Diplomacy – 10 Ideas for Economic Development – 10 Ideas for Education – 10 Ideas for Energy & Environment – 10 Ideas for Equal Justice – 10 Ideas for Health Care

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Student Leadership 2019-2020

In 2019, our political institutions are under attack from the inside, and our political leadership is failing to enact policies that help those most in need. That’s why we need a new generation of leaders committed to fighting for their ideas and their values. Our national leadership team ensures the network’s success each year by

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Today, Roosevelt is pleased to announce the launch of the Reports from our 2015-16 Emerging Fellows including: – Emerging Fellow for Energy and Environment Eric Wolfert- An Environmental, economic and Health Imperative: Increasing Access to Solar in Virginia – Emerging Fellow for Equal Justice Andrew Lindsay- Integrating Harm Reduction Diversion Programs in Justice Reinvestment Strategies in Massachusetts –

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Imagine you’re at a party with a broken record playing. The same song plays over and over as the guests grow tired and unhappy. Many propose changing it—not so long ago, the music was much better—but there is a problem: One small group of revelers love the record and, to keep their anthem playing, have

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On Politics Unplugged on Denver’s ABC 7, Roosevelt @ Denver University’s Kieren Doyle discusses Roosevelt’s agenda for 2016: Check out the piece here.

Joey Bunch of the Denver Post covers the launch of Roosevelt’s Blueprint in Colorado: The blueprint will command the attention of public officials and the general public at an hour-long event at the University of Colorado at 7 p.m. Thursday in Denver. “We’re asking elected officials and young people what should Colorado be known for,”

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