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?
Experts from the Roosevelt Institute, Groundwork Collaborative, and the Washington Center for Equitable Growth translate the latest in coronavirus economic news, provide a snapshot of what may happen next, and share lessons learned from the 2008-2009 financial crisis.
Policy responses to COVID-19 must center everyday Americans and small businesses, but legislation to date has fallen woefully short. Join us for a conversation to walk through the benefits and drawbacks of the current federal relief packages.
Join William “Sandy” Darity Jr., Dorian T. Warren, and Felicia Wong for a discussion of how the hidden rules of race have driven today’s wealth inequality—and how reparations are a critical and powerful tool to move forward.
One year ago, the Business Roundtable (BRT) walked back 20+ years of its support of dominant corporate ideology and called for corporations to promote “an economy that serves all Americans.” What, if anything, has changed in the last year?