Sam Fulwood III finds hope amid the recent bloodshed, knowing violence in past struggles for progressive change led America to embrace its best instincts.
Scott Lilly examines the role of heated political rhetoric in the Tucson massacre from the perspective of another polarizing political period in our history.
CAP’s President and CEO recalls how Elizabeth Edwards never gave up fighting for fairness.
Steve Kest and John Atlas discuss the origins of ACORN as part of the Progressivism on Tap series.
New Republic senior editor Jonathan Chait analyzes the midterm election results and offers takeaways for progressives at a Progressivism on Tap Event.
Heather Boushey discusses women and workplace policies at the Progressivism on Tap series.
John Podesta delivers a keynote address in Berlin on the value of progressive growth in the 21st century.
Harold Meyerson of The Washington Post and American Prospect discussed labor unions’ current struggles and the need for labor law reform at Progressivism on Tap.
Report Part five of the Progressive Tradition Series examines the relationship between progressivism and America's founding.
Report Marta Cook and John Halpin examine the religious roots of progressivism.
Report John Halpin, William Schulz, and Sarah Dreier explore the origins of human rights principles and how they fit into progressivism.
The Progressivism on Tap series hosted a discussion this week on the progressive blogosphere’s evolution and its ability to affect politics in the future.
Dahlia Lithwick, Slate's senior editor, stopped by Progressivism on Tap this week to talk about Elena Kagan's nomination and other issues at the Supreme Court.
The Progressive Studies Program hosts a discussion with Michael Tomasky about progressive-era stereotypes and public perception of President Obama.