Reimagining Democracy: How Philanthropy Can Support an Opportunity Society
Monday, November 30, 2020
2:00-3:00 PM EST
In the aftermath of the election, philanthropy and others will confront daunting long-term questions about the health of our democracy. One of those questions concerns the future of America as a place of opportunity. New concerns have arisen, not just about traditional pathways to opportunity but about the structure of the economy itself.
This is the second free, online briefing inspired by a collection of new essays on the future of American democracy commissioned by the Kettering Foundation and the Knight Foundation, who are partners in this event.
On Monday, November 30, “Reimagining Democracy: How Philanthropy Can Support Civic Life and Economic Opportunity” will feature:
Francis Fukuyama, Stanford University
Brian Hooks, Stand Together
Safiya Noble, UCLA
Moderator Stacy Palmer, editor, Chronicle of Philanthropy
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