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Lana Mar 22
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Lillian Kilduff Mar 22
Running for Congress involves many sacrifices including possibly quitting your job, paying for childcare, and spending your own money. A more diverse future congress involves lessening these sacrifices.
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Sarah Bryner Mar 22
Black women are more likely to get higher ed via for profit colleges, and end up with heavy student loan debt and a degree that might not carry enough weight for the job market. — Chandra Childers
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Mark Mather Mar 22
Spending today hearing from demographers, economists and others at the spring conference in DC
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Lillian Kilduff Mar 22
Measures of financial fragility include not only current assets but availability of credit.
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Grace Haley Mar 22
“Representation by different groups of people may live and die by the kinds of seats these candidates seek; to increase diversity we need to encourage competitive seats but provide the candidates running in them with the monetary support they need to win” per at
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Ruth Wasem Mar 22
Conference ready to begin
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Alison Gemmill Feb 14
I'll be presenting an overview of post-recessionary drivers and implications for future fertility at the Social Security Technical Panel on Assumptions and Methods tomorrow morning. Thanks for funding this work!
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DemographicPartition Mar 22
Excited to be at the conference hosted by pgpfoundation and FordFoundation in Washington!
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John Irons Mar 22
At hearing about demographics, other long term trends.
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Sheila Krumholz Mar 18
Don't miss "Race, Gender, and Money in Politics," the new research paper by and for 's conference. Stay tuned for a important new data set to accompany this work.
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Medupin Olusegun Mar 26
RT FordFoundation "RT mysocialgood: Peterson Foundation And FordFoundation Convening National Experts At Milestone Conference pgpfoundation"
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Harvard Kennedy School Mar 20
In a new report as part of the initiative, HKS’s George Borjas uses machine learning to explore immigration’s impact on local labor markets
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Lillian Kilduff Mar 22
Digital advertising may drive down campaign costs, how might this change elections and elected representatives in the future?
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Beth Jarosz Mar 22
Excellent comment/question from the audience pushes back against use of the phrase "majority minority" at the event.
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Jennifer R. Curry Mar 22
Beautiful view of the Capital Building this morning from the conference. Looking forward to hearing about where the country is headed.
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Fast Co. Impact Mar 22
Americans believe that 30 years from now the inequality gap between rich and poor will have widened. And they expect that there will be even more political polarization. That future sounds pretty bleak. is examining how to shape it for the better.
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Sarah Bryner Mar 22
Chandra Childers: ‘To address inequality, particularly among black women, we need to work to improve the quality of jobs held in large part by black women.’
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Citizen Politician Mar 21
Citizen Politician is out!
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Peterson Foundation Jul 3
The cost and quality of elderly caregiving will be influenced by immigration policy in coming years, according to a paper by Kristin Butcher and Tara Watson.
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