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GQ India interviews Senior Fellow Alok Vaid-Menon on their vision for a post-gender world
In this article, GQ India interviews Senior Fellow and artist Alok Vaid-Menon about their recent book Beyond the Gender Binary and their plans for Pride Month during the COVID-19 pandemic.
How to Fix Democracy Documentary: Part 2
The Bertelsmann Foundation North America and Humanity in Action invite you to the second part of the How to Fix Democracy documentary centered on the crisis of democracy around the world.
How to Fix Democracy Live Session 1
Join host Andrew Keen and panelists Leon Botstein, Rebecca Henderson and Earl Lewis on discussing contemporary challenges to democracy and the recent online launch of the documentary film "How to Fix Democracy."
How to Fix Democracy with Maya MacGuineas
"One of the areas which is not as well understood is the contributions and problems of our economic system to the lost of trust in institutions and in our economic system, capitalism."
How to Fix Democracy Live Session 2
Beginning in Mississippi in the 1890s, distinguished Professor Carol Anderson shows viewers how our current moment and fears of a free and fair election in November 2020 are not a aberration in United States history.
How to Fix Democracy with Adam Tooze
"For most of their history, you can see why liberalism and the defense of rights and the rule of law exists in some particular cases in a close relationship with the development of capitalism."
How to Fix Democracy with Stephanie Kelton
"Modern Monetary Theory upends so many deeply held beliefs of the role that public money and taxes and debt play in our government's finances... The obsession we have and the fear we have of government deficits is very much ill-conceived and misguided."
How to Fix Democracy with Rebecca Henderson
"[Capitalism] is simultaneously one of the greatest inventions of the human race and a major disaster."
Senior Fellow's work on black fatherhood honored by The New Press for Juneteenth
Senior Fellow Aasha Abdill's book "Fathering from the Margins: An Intimate Examination of Black Fatherhood" was highlighted by The New Press, a public-interest publisher, in celebration of Juneteenth.
Senior Fellow named on National Security & Foreign Policy LGBTQIA+ Out Leadership List 2020
Senior Fellow Kyle Rohrich was selected by Out in National Security and New America as one of 40 LGBTQIA+ experts in U.S. national security and foreign policy to be honored in this year's National Security & Foreign Policy LGBTQIA+ Out Leadership List.