The Freedom Medal will be awarded posthumously to civil rights activist Fred T. Korematsu, whose challenge of FDR’s policy decisions toward Japanese Americans during World War II went all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Deepak Bhargava will be honored for his impact on grassroots and social movements, and Maria Isabel Sierra, Sonia Pérez, Sixta Leon Barrita, and Rubiela Correa will be honored for their fight to secure the first ever $2.1 billion Excluded Worker Fund in New York.
New York Times journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones will be honored for developing the Pulitzer Prize-winning 1619 Project, and US Senator Raphael Warnock will be honored for his work as the pastor of the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church.
The Franklin D. Roosevelt Distinguished Public Service Awards honor individuals whose careers exemplify President Roosevelt’s extraordinary dedication to public service and seek to inspire a renewed national commitment to the principles for which FDR fought.
What can the incoming administration do to address the multiple crises we face and transform the economy? How do we build a powerful multiracial coalition that can create a democratically accountable, effective government that can deliver for all of us?
Join the Roosevelt Institute and WorkRise to explore new research analyzing how workforce training and development programs can be designed and structured to address labor market power dynamics.
Stacey Abrams, in conversation with Tom Perriello, will share new insights on what a progressive Southern strategy for an equitable recovery looks like—and how leaders across the South are innovating and building toward it.
Join SEAP Executive Director, Leader Stacey Abrams, for a conversation about resources available to Black Farmers in the Southern Region.
Join Joseph E. Stiglitz, Darrick Hamilton, and Felicia Wong to discuss how we can create a True New Deal.
Increasingly, economists, political experts, and even politicians insist that there is “an alternative” to neoliberalism. But what is that alternative? What will make it real, and what are the stakes in this debate?