Reimagining Democracy: Philanthropy’s Long-Term Role
Monday, November 9, 2020
2:00-3:00 PM EST
Billions of dollars have poured into efforts to strengthen democracy, especially as political divisions, racial strife, and a once-in-a-century health crisis have put new strains on how America governs itself.
After Election-Day challenges recede, philanthropy must face big, long-term questions about how to ensure our democracy serves all citizens well in the decades ahead.
Register now to join the Chronicle of Philanthropy for a two-part discussion produced in partnership with the Kettering Foundation and the Knight Foundation to coincide with the publication of a collection of essays reflecting on American democracy.
On Monday, November 9, “Reimagining Democracy: Philanthropy’s Long-Term Role” will feature:
Cathy Cohen, University of Chicago
Yuval Levin, American Enterprise Institute and National Affairs
Daniel Rothschild, Mercatus Center at George Mason University
Moderator Stacy Palmer, editor, Chronicle of Philanthropy
On Monday, November 30, join us for “How Philanthropy Can Support Civic Life and Economic Opportunity” at 2 PM EST for a conversation with four more essayists. Stay tuned for more details.
*After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.