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Rethinking Communities

National change begins in our own back yards. Learn how the Roosevelt Institute | Campus Network’s Rethinking Communities initiative is making it happen. Learn more at rethinkingcommunities.com and join the conversation using hashtag #RethinkingCommunities.

Roosevelt Institute Associate Director of Networked Initiatives Alan Smith and NYU student Eugenia Kim explain the Campus Network’s Rethinking Communities Initiative and how universities can promote local development.  Click here to read more about Rethinking Communities.

In a new episode of the Roosevelt Institute’s video explainer series, “What’s the Deal,” Roosevelt Institute Fellow Mike Konczal talks about what the Dodd-Frank financial reform law accomplished, what still needs to be done to change the system, and why there are reasons for reformers to be optimistic. For more, check out An Unfinished Mission:

As part of the Roosevelt Institute’s “What’s the Deal?” series, Fellow Andrea Flynn explains the importance of Title X in relation to the implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA). Read Andrea’s paper here. Have an idea or topic suggestion for our “What’s the Deal” series? Let us know by tweeting at #RIExplains and @RooseveltInst.

As part of the Roosevelt Institute’s “What’s the Deal?” series, Roosevelt Institute | Pipeline Fellow Nona Willis Aronowitz explains how Millennials’ view love and relationships after the Great Recession. For more on Nona’s work, visit: http://www.rooseveltinstitute.org/nona-willis-aronowitz-news To visit the Roosevelt Institute | Pipeline and learn about their network:http://www.rooseveltpipeline.org/ Have an idea or topic suggestion for our “What’s the

In a new installment of the Roosevelt Institute’s “What’s the Deal?” series, Roosevelt Institute Senior Fellow and Director of the Bernard L. Schwartz Rediscovering Government Initiative Jeff Madrick explains three steps the government could take to address the jobs emergency.

In the first installment of the Roosevelt Institute’s new “What’s the Deal?” series, Roosevelt Institute | Campus Network National Field Strategist Joelle Gamble explains how young people are creating change in their local communities through the Campus Network and are designing a more effective government. Learn more about the Campus Network by visiting: http://www.rooseveltcampusnetwork.org Read