Upcoming Events

The Center for American Progress also sponsors Reel Progress, a progressive film series.

How Trump’s Deregulatory Agenda Hurts People’s Everyday Lives

The Center for American Progress invites you to join a discussion with District of Columbia Attorney General Karl Racine and a panel of experts about the devastating implications of the Trump administration's deregulatory agenda.

Emerging Challenges: Humanitarian Aid and American Interests

With world displacement at record levels and millions of people at risk of famine, the Trump administration has sent conflicting signals on U.S. engagement.

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Past Events

The Optimistic Leftist

Join the Center for American Progress for a discussion of Ruy Teixeira's the book described by E.J. Dionne as “a powerful, provocative and persuasive case that progressives are in a better position than they realize to make our world better...this is the rare political book that could force you to smile.”

What’s at Stake for Americans with Disabilities in the Trump Era

Join the Center for American Progress for a discussion of what is at stake for people with disabilities under the new administration and Congress and where the progressive movement must go from here to effectively champion a policy agenda that ensures that people with disabilities have a fair shot.

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Learn Better: A Book Release and Conversation with Ulrich Boser

Join the Center for American Progress for a discussion of Ulrich Boser's book on the new science of learning. Titled Learn Better, the book examines the recent research on how students gain skills and knowledge.

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Inclusive Prosperity for Japan and the United States

Please join the Center for American Progress for a discussion on shared economic challenges for the United States and Japan.

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Departing Dysfunction

Please join the Center for American Progress for remarks from Ann Ravel, departing commissioner on the Federal Election Commission, as well as a panel discussion with Ravel and noted experts.

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Risks and Remedies for Trump’s Conflicts of Interest

Please join the Center for American Progress to discuss the risks to America’s national security, economy, and democracy posed by Trump’s conflicts of interest and constitutional violations.

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Setting the Terms for U.S.-Egypt Relations

Please join the Center for American Progress for a discussion on the future of U.S.–Egypt relations. The event will mark the release of CAP's new report examining bilateral relations between the two countries.

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States of Change

Join the Bipartisan Policy Center, in partnership with the Center for American Progress and the Brookings Institution, for a series of presentations and discussions on the composition of different groups’ underrepresentation or overrepresentation in the electorate, projections through 2060, and ways in which political actors must confront demographic reality.

Designating the Muslim Brotherhood

The Center for American Progress and the George Washington University Program on Extremism are cohosting a discussion with Sir John Jenkins, Executive Director of The International Institute for Strategic Studies.

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Fighting for Jobs and Justice: The Way Forward

Please join the Center for American Progress for reflections from progressive leaders about how to honor the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. in our work to protect civil rights and to build an economy that works for working people.

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