Please join the Center for American Progress for a timely and forward-looking discussion on the important role of immigrants in building a dynamic and resilient economy for all and the urgent need for a path to permanent legal status.
Please join the Center for American Progress on Thursday, December 3, for a virtual panel discussion on the current state of the U.S.-Japan alliance and how the two sides should be thinking about the year ahead.
The Center for American Progress also sponsors Reel Progress, a progressive film series.
The emotional and learning effects of the coronavirus pandemic on students, as well as effects on young adults just entering the workforce, will be felt for years to come. Please join the Center for American Progress for a discussion that will explore the Corps proposal and what it would look like for young people and new social workers.
There is clear evidence that a diverse teaching workforce is beneficial for all students—and particularly for students of color. Please join the Center for American Progress, Learning Policy Institute and New America to discuss the importance of districts partnering with minority-serving institutions in creating a racially diverse teacher workforce.
Join CAP September 18, 2020 – October 16, 2020, experts from across the education field will discuss how to build a racially diverse teaching workforce, how to help students and young adults recover from the coronavirus crisis, the need for youth voices in education policymaking, how to improve education and workforce outcomes for LGBTQ youth, and how a major new federal investment can increase equity in education and opportunity.
Please join the Center for American Progress and the Hudson Institute for an address by Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen followed by a discussion with Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office Representative Hsiao Bi-khim, Hudson Senior Fellow Seth Cropsey, and Center for American Progress Vice President Kelly Magsamen.
Please join the Center for American Progress for an important conversation with leading economists to discuss the economic status of Black women and the need for a more inclusive economic narrative that prioritizes the real-world challenges Black women face.
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic and recent killings of Black individuals that have sparked protests nationwide highlight the numerous challenges faced by communities of color. While community colleges are planning for the fall semester amid these crises, they may be disproportionately underfunded in the next federal stimulus bill. Please join the Center for American Progress for an online event to hear from leaders of community colleges who are working to uphold equity in a crisis.
Please join the Center for American Progress for an online discussion with a diverse set of progressive voices to chart a path forward on progressive trade policy.
Please join the Center for American Progress for a discussion on the importance of term limits for the U.S. Supreme Court—featuring professor Jamal Greene, Gabe Roth from Fix the Court, and Caroline Fredrickson from the Brennan Center for Justice.
People across the country—particularly in cities and urban areas—are facing unprecedented challenges in every aspect of life, and these challenges have disproportionately affected communities of color. Please join the Center for American Progress for an online discussion with Newark, New Jersey, Mayor Ras Baraka (D); Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms (D); Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego (D); and Stockton, California, Mayor Michael Tubbs (D) as they discuss their approaches to dealing with an ongoing public health crisis and addressing systemic inequalities in their cities.
Join the Center for American Progress for a virtual event featuring leaders and experts discussing major cases before the U.S. Supreme Court that could have an impact on reproductive health, rights, and justice. Leading experts will discuss relevant cases and how the Trump administration’s judicial nominations pose a threat to women, particularly women of color, and LGBTQ people.