The Roosevelt Institute urges the Republican Party and the Democratic Party to incorporate key policies that address economic inequality into the 2016 Republican Platform and the 2016 Democratic Platform. The policies are discussed in detail in three Roosevelt Institute papers on economic growth and shared prosperity listed directly below. In our letters to the Republican
Joelle Gamble, National Director of the Roosevelt Network, tells Fox Business that it’s time for candidates to start reaching out to young people. “At the end of the day they have to listen they have to be willing to listen they have to be told that they’re wrong but at the end of the day
Today, Roosevelt is excited to announce the launch of 10 Ideas 2016: – 10 Ideas for Defense & Diplomacy – 10 Ideas for Economic Development – 10 Ideas for Education – 10 Ideas for Energy & Environment – 10 Ideas for Equal Justice – 10 Ideas for Health Care Help us spread the word! Facebook: It’s here!
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Across the nation, Roosevelters are organizing around their ideas for policy change, meeting with elected officials and shaping the local community around them. Supporting them at every step of the way is a core team of 35 student leaders comprising Roosevelt’s Student Leadership. Are you interested in joining the 2016-2017 team of thinkers and doers? Please read
Today, Roosevelt is pleased to announce the launch of the Reports from our 2015-16 Emerging Fellows including: – Emerging Fellow for Energy and Environment Eric Wolfert- An Environmental, economic and Health Imperative: Increasing Access to Solar in Virginia – Emerging Fellow for Equal Justice Andrew Lindsay- Integrating Harm Reduction Diversion Programs in Justice Reinvestment Strategies in Massachusetts –
On Politics Unplugged on Denver’s ABC 7, Roosevelt @ Denver University’s Kieren Doyle discusses Roosevelt’s agenda for 2016: Check out the piece here.
Joey Bunch of the Denver Post covers the launch of Roosevelt’s Blueprint in Colorado: The blueprint will command the attention of public officials and the general public at an hour-long event at the University of Colorado at 7 p.m. Thursday in Denver. “We’re asking elected officials and young people what should Colorado be known for,”
At The Nation, Roosevelt Network National Director Joelle Gamble writes: Our generation has the potential to dramatically reshape electoral and policy outcomes. People under 35 have led many of the major movements of the last eight years, including the Dreamers, Title IX activism, the Movement for Black Lives, and Occupy. And in 2016, the 86 million
Priyanka Mogul of the International Business Times reports on Roosevelt’s Blueprint: A majority of young Americans have said that they want to see an end to the way money controls the political arena in the US. Recent research revealed that 64% of millennial voters are calling for electoral reform that would “decrease the influence of