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The enduring power of aging white men in the Democratic Party
In a column penned for CNN, Senior Fellow Brandon Tensley comments on the "enduring power of aging white men" and the Democratic Party's struggle to reflect its diverse voting base in leadership positions.
John Lewis Fellow Jacob Rudolph named Forbes' 30 under 30
Jacob Rudolph, Executive Director of The Pride Network, was named Forbes 2020's 30 under 30 for his contributions for his work in LGBTQ+ leadership.
Addressing Urgent Needs: Science & Human Rights
Senior Fellow Merhgol Tiv was interviewed by the American Association for the Advancement of Science's Science and Human Rights Coalition to discuss urgent societal needs that can be addressed by linking science and human rights.
Join the Senior Fellow Giving Campaign
Through the Senior Fellows Giving Campaign, we ask Fellows to support the Humanity in Action experience to increase civic participation and ultimately create a more just world. Your contributions will make an immediate impact. Every gift matters.
Senior Fellow Claude Grunitzky publishes article on Togo's Palais de Lomé
Art museums can be some of the most conservative institutions on earth. Many people find them boring, because they tend to focus on the past, on histories that mean little to young people.
Senior Fellow Aisha Fukushima will perform at Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival
Senior Fellow Aisha Fukushima will take part in the festival's sixth annual Asian American Hip Hop Showcase in Philadelphia.
Support our Senior Fellows' Crowdfunding Campaign to provide civic education for girls in Sierra Leone
The Jeneba Project was founded by two Senior Fellows: Joseph Kaifala and Liat Krawczyk. The Jeneba Project has launched a crowdfunding campaign to enable another all-girls educational projects in Sierra Leone and offers other opportunities to get in involved.
Senior Fellow Sarah Freeman-Woolpert builds grassroots network for Congressional peace advocacy
For the past year, Senior Fellow Sarah Freeman-Woolpert has worked with FCNL's grassroots network to build a national movement to curb a US President's ability to go to war without Congressional approval.