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The Discriminatory Impact of COVID-19: The Pandemic’s Role in Highlighting Entrenched Racial Inequalities in the US

The Discriminatory Impact of COVID-19: The Pandemic’s Role in Highlighting Entrenched Racial Inequalities in the US

Posted on July 21st, 2020 · Posted in Faculty Associates News, Faculty Journal, Roosevelt House

This series of essays grows out of an online Roosevelt House program broadcast on May 1, 2020 titled “The Discriminatory Impact of COVID-19: The Pandemic’s Role in Highlighting Entrenched Racial…  

Dust storm, Cimarron County, Oklahoma. 1936

Now Online — “A Lens on FDR’s New Deal:” Photographs by Arthur Rothstein, 1935-1945

Posted on April 13th, 2020 · Posted in Featured News Story, Roosevelt House, Roosevelt House General News

Dear Friend of Roosevelt House: When the COVID-19 pandemic struck New York, we were in the midst of a wonderful exhibition of photographs from President Roosevelt’s New Deal taken by…  

RH Public Policy Program Faculty Member and Hunter College Political Scientist, Sanford Schram Co-Authors Article about the Coronavirus Pandemic

Posted on April 13th, 2020 · Posted in COVID 19, Faculty Associates News, P-cubed News, Roosevelt House

Roosevelt House Public Policy Program faculty member and Hunter College political scientist, Sanford Schram, and University of Alabama political scientist, Richard Fording, write about the Coronavirus pandemic, and the ways…  

RH Public Policy Program Faculty Member, Stephanie Woolhandler, quoted in Time — “Hospitals Got $100 Billion in the Stimulus Package. But A Lot of That Could Go Toward Administrative Costs”

Posted on April 3rd, 2020 · Posted in COVID 19, Faculty Associates News, Publication News, Roosevelt House

TITLE: Roosevelt House Public Policy Program Faculty Member, Stephanie Woolhandler, quoted in Time — “Hospitals Got $100 Billion in the Stimulus Package. But A Lot of That Could Go Toward…  

Winners of the 9th Annual Joan H. Tisch Community Health Prize for Excellence in Urban Public Health Announced by Hunter College

Posted on February 6th, 2020 · Posted in Roosevelt House, Roosevelt House General News, Tisch Legacy Project News

9th Annual Prize awarded to “Families for Safe Streets” and Rebecca Telzak (New York, NY – February 6, 2020) – Jennifer J. Raab, Hunter College President, and Laurie M. Tisch,…  

A Look Back at Dr. Denis Mukwege’s Visit as Human Rights Fellow in Residence

Roosevelt House looks back at Dr. Denis Mukwege’s visit as our first Human Rights Fellow in Residence, during which he participated in various meetings and events on protecting victims of…  

Public Policy Program Director Shyama Venkateswar speaks at the Permanent Mission of Armenia to the UN on the Role of Universities in Advancing a Social Justice Agenda

Posted on May 28th, 2019 · Posted in Faculty Associates News, Roosevelt House

Joining a distinguished panel of speakers organized by the Permanent Mission of Armenia to the UN to mark the one year anniversary of Armenia’s Velvet Revolution towards greater democratic inclusion…  

Roosevelt House Hosts 2019 Annual Kheel Transportation Policy Lecture

Posted on May 17th, 2019 · Posted in Roosevelt House, Roosevelt House General News

On Wednesday, May 15, Roosevelt House hosted a very special evening on the future of transit governance in New York and the region, featuring an extraordinary panel: Hon. Corey Johnson, New York…  

Hunter College Receives Donation of Historic Franklin Delano Roosevelt Correspondence

Letters between FDR and Daisy Suckley Will Be on Display for Three Weeks at Roosevelt House May 8-May 31, 2019 (New York, NY, May 8, 2019) Hunter College announced today…  

Human Rights Program Student Noor Sheikh Publishes Op-Ed on Victims of Sexual Violence in Wartime

Noor Sheikh, Human Rights Program certificate student, urges the United States to stand with victims on sexual violence in conflict in her Op-Ed in Pass Blue “Will the US Stand…