As the Director of Communications, Kendra Bozarth sets the organization's editorial strategy and oversees the publications process for all products, ranging from white papers and blog posts to social media content and annual appeals. She serves as production director on all Roosevelt publications, working with project teams—of fellows, program directors, creatives, and editorial staff—to move products from conception to launch, ensuring that they meet Roosevelt’s standards of quality and clarity, align with Roosevelt’s branding, and fulfill organizational goals and objectives. Follow her @kendrabozarth.

The Roosevelt Rundown is an email series featuring the Roosevelt Institute’s top 5 stories of the week. 1. New Roosevelt Fellow Tackles Systemic Economic Racism This week, the Roosevelt Institute announced that Insight Center for Community Economic Development President Anne Price has joined our team as a fellow. In her inaugural blog post, Price discusses

The Roosevelt Rundown is an email series featuring the Roosevelt Institute’s top 5 stories of the week. 1. You Are #NotALoan Highlighting a new report from our partners at Freedom to Prosper, Slate’s Jordan Weissman writes on the political popularity of canceling all student debt. On Thursday, Roosevelt continued the conversation with a Twitter chat

Following the Thanksgiving break, the Roosevelt Rundown will return on Friday, November 30. 1. Restoring Confidence in the Supreme Court The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) often makes final legal decisions for how our economy and democracy work, or don’t, for most Americans. Yet, today’s Supreme Court is facing a crisis of legitimacy.

The Roosevelt Rundown is an email series featuring the Roosevelt Institute’s top 5 stories of the week. 1. Movement in the Midterms Two years after Donald Trump was elected president, American voters returned to the polls in record numbers. “It didn’t deliver a tsunami-like blue wave,” writes Vox’s Emily Stewart. However, “[v]oter turnout in the

The Roosevelt Rundown is an email series featuring the Roosevelt Institute’s top 5 stories of the week. 1. Reclaiming Freedom In an essay for Talking Points Memo, Roosevelt Vice President of Policy and Strategy Nell Abernathy and Fellow Mike Konczal outline why the current moment—as voters, in recognizing that existing economic rules and assumptions are

The Roosevelt Rundown is an email series featuring the Roosevelt Institute’s top 5 stories of the week. 1. Not Buying It In a report published by the Democracy Fund Voter Study Group (VSG), Roosevelt President and CEO Felicia Wong explains what Americans really want from tax reform—and it’s not tax cuts for corporations and the

The Roosevelt Rundown is an email series featuring the Roosevelt Institute’s top 5 stories of the week. 1. Higher Education Doesn’t Pay for Itself As tuition has risen over the last several decades in the U.S., student loan debt has ballooned. In The Student Debt Crisis, Labor Market Credentialization, and Racial Inequality, Roosevelt Fellow Julie

The Roosevelt Rundown is an email series featuring the Roosevelt Institute’s top 5 stories of the week. 1. The Erosion of America’s Social Contract… Recently, the Trump administration proposed “public charge,” a new rule that would make it exceedingly difficult for immigrants who have received public assistance to secure citizenship in the United States. For

The Roosevelt Rundown is an email series featuring the Roosevelt Institute’s top 5 stories of the week. 1. New National Director of the Network On Monday, the Roosevelt Institute announced Katie Kirchner as the new director of the Roosevelt Network. As Deputy Director of the Network, Kirchner helped develop and elevate the voices of a

The Roosevelt Rundown is an email series featuring the Roosevelt Institute’s top 5 stories of the week. 1. Progressives Call for a Revival of Antitrust On Tuesday, the Roosevelt Institute and the Great Democracy Initiative (GDI) released a legislative blueprint to combat America’s second Gilded Age. GDI Co-Founder and Director of Policy Ganesh Sitaraman argues