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Think tank and civic enterprise renewing America in the digital age.
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Nicole Tinson 2m
Hey HBCU students: Check out this opportunity with An excellent opportunity to be ahead and a part of political change in America
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New America Ed 25m
OUT TODAY: Check out 's & 's new website on & in the Digital Age
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We're proud of the work does to place experienced technologists at the heart of policymaking—and can't wait for the next round of applicants! Apply for the 2019 TechCongress Congressional Innovations Fellowship today:
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Anne-Marie Slaughter 1h
The Congressional Innovation Fellowship is bridging the tech gap on the Hill, one technologist at a time. Applications for their 2019 class of fellows open today!
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TechCongress 2h
Now recruiting for our 2019 class of Congressional Innovation Fellows!
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TODAY: Join us for a conversation on the state of American democracy—and the possibilities and opportunities we have to restore faith in the American political system moving forward.
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What would you do for good ratings? Join and Editor-in-Chief on 7/25 for a screening of NETWORK, a 1976 satire about a television station willing to do anything to boost its views.
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Hana Schank 22h
You had me at "tech to improve people's lives" but really sealed the deal with "bilateral relationship." If I could clone myself I would do this in a heartbeat. Apply!
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Clare McCann 23h
Interns: Want a fun, challenging, interesting, (paid) gig with a great team? Come work with this fall on , early ed, and/or communications!
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"To address the problem of incels and groups like them, we need to know more about what conditions encourage men to perform toxic masculinity and violent misogyny for, and sometimes with, each other," writes.
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Peter Bergen 21h
Interested in how technology can improve people's lives? How about the bilateral relationship between India and the U.S.? If so, apply to 's 8-week India-United States Fellows Exchange by Aug. 20:
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What if the experience of being different is what unites us? Join and on 7/17 for a preview screening of Far From the Tree and a conversation about the things that make us different.
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Join and on 7/17 for a conversation about the expectations for the 2020 U.S. Census, which will set the foundation for political representation, social services, and research moving forward.
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Chayenne Polimedio Jul 16
And they said there was no such thing as a free lunch... Come tomorrow! It will be a great convo!
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Anne-Marie Slaughter Jul 16
Are you interested in how technology can improve people's lives? How about the bilateral relationship between India and the U.S.? If so, apply to 's 8-week India-United States Fellows Exchange by Aug. 20:
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New America Jul 16
TOMORROW: Join , , , , and for a lunchtime conversation about the state of American democracy, what citizens want to see from their country, and how to move forward.
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Hollie Russon Gilman Jul 13
"What We Already Know About Incels" by the brilliant cc
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Family-Centered Social Policy (FCSP) @ New America Jul 13
For those who like to have a bit of fun every now and then, great read here from
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New America Jul 13
The media ecosystem, in the recent past, kept presidents distant from news media. Today, though, Trump flouts old rules. Why is it so different with him? Critically, it's not really about him.
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New America Jul 13
Today, educational outcomes have less to do with effort and ability—and more to do with wealth inequality. Join , , , , and on 7/25 to discuss how we can make education work.
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