This week marks one year since the first known COVID-19 death. And while the remarkable pace of vaccine development is widely praised, the lag in its distribution is concerning.
As the nation reels from the attack on the Capitol, we look for ideas that will move us forward.
Peggy Clark asks Dan Glickman to reflect on this past year and to share what he expects from our country under President-elect Joe Biden’s leadership.
Here’s a snapshot of what’s to come next year — we hope you’ll save the dates!
A look back at what we've read, watched, and listened this year.
“We are not in a rush to pull people back into the workplace,” says Rob Falzon
NPR's Tamara Keith and Dan Glickman discuss what a Biden agenda might look like.
Newark Mayor Ras Baraka’s family has called the city home for over 100 years.
Poet Claudia Rankine discusses the urgency of reimagining what it means to be American with Eric Liu.
Inspiring activists who are stepping up for their communities.
Not by shying away from arguments but by embracing them. Arguments are our legacy and our shared history.
Active citizenship the best igniter of change when deployed at the local level
Rapper Yellopain shares the story behind his political awakening and the power of language and music to motivate action.
From the capitol buildings to the board room, Tina Tchen reminds us how much work is still ahead, and that showing up is a lifelong mission.
Pablo Haake shares compelling notes from the field and affirmation that the pursuit of public duty can lead to a fulfilling life.
Brita Filter using the power of drag to inspire people across the country to show up at the polls.
Show Up speakers shared new ideas, initiatives, books, even songs. Inspired by their work, we’ve compiled these resources for you to continue exploring, and start doing.
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