Upcoming Events

Exploring Pathways to De-Escalating Middle East Tensions

Please join the Center for American Progress for a panel discussion with experts who will analyze the implications of recent U.S. policy shifts and explore possible pathways to ending conflict and reducing tensions in the Middle East.

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Past Events

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The Case Against Corporate Tax Boondoggles

Please join the Center for American Progress for a discussion on who economic subsidies really help and how cities and states can ensure that their economic development is fair and inclusive.

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International Women’s Day

As abortion rights are under attack in the United States, the work of grassroots movements around the world to promote progressive policy change and ensure access to abortion care can provide guidance for activism and advocacy at home. Join the Center for American Progress and partners Ipas, International Planned Parenthood Federation-Western Hemisphere Region, and Planned Parenthood Global for a panel discussion about their victories, the work that remains, and the lessons that these global efforts can teach us as we work to protect and expand abortion rights in the United States.

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An Equity and Opportunity Agenda for Higher Education

It has been a decade since Congress last reauthorized the main federal law on higher education. Join the Center for American Progress to hear a keynote address by Sen. Patty Murray of Washington, followed by an expert panel to discuss key issues of higher education reform and challenges moving forward.

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The Second Trump-Kim Summit

Please join the Center for American Progress for a keynote address by Rep. Eliot Engel (D-NY), chairman of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, which will be followed by a discussion with leading experts from the United States, Japan, and South Korea.

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Empowering Voters and Increasing Election Participation in 2020

Please join CAP and Generation Progress for an intimate conversation with Gov. Kate Brown about the current state and future of U.S. elections and how Oregon can serve as a model for state and federal leaders.

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The Arab Uprisings 8 Years Later

Please join the Center for American Progress for a panel discussion with three distinguished diplomats who served in key roles in U.S. foreign policy during this period of change in the Middle East.

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Reclaiming Religious Freedom

Throughout her campaign and during the start of her time in office, U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) has spoken candidly about her Muslim faith. As a religious minority, she has been a champion of religious freedom, and as a new member of Congress, she brings a fresh perspective on the ways in which faith values can...

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Housing Affordability and Homelessness

Please join the Center for American Progress for a conversation with the mayors of San Francisco, Gary, Philadelphia, Oakland and Sacramento on how cities are working to ensure that every resident has a supportive, stable place to call home.

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Eliminating Racial Disparities in Maternal and Infant Mortality

The United States is facing a maternal and infant health crisis, and African American women are at the center. Join us for a discussion with women of color experts in the maternal and infant health field that focuses on policy solutions.

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Mexico’s Southern Wall

In recent weeks, media and political attention has focused on the thousands of Central Americans traveling in caravans through Mexico, many hoping to request asylum in the United States. The panel will focus on how this policy has affected migrants—predominantly from Central America—who are fleeing violence, threats, and poverty in their home countries. Speakers will discuss the danger and legal difficulties migrants face on their journey to the U.S. border and during the asylum process in Mexico, as well as the United States' support of Mexico’s border security and immigration enforcement efforts.

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