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Join us on Monday, November 2 at 6:30pm (EST) on Zoom for our series Speaking of Justice: Race, Racism, and Reform — ELECTION 2020. Who has the answers? Students ask the questions. A Roosevelt House Dialogue with Hunter... Read more
 
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This November marks the 59th presidential election in the United States. It has been, as commentators often say, “unprecedented.” Indeed, there have been—and surely will continue to be—newsworthy fireworks.  Some are... Read more
 
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The United Nations Special Rapporteur in the field of cultural rights and the Human Rights Program at the Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College present Climate Change and Cultural Extinction: A Human Rights... Read more
 
 
Born after 1996, Gen Z is the most racially diverse and digitally connected generation in the U.S., and its members’ formative years have been defined by recession, mass shootings, climate crisis, and war. Now, as the 2020 election approaches... Read more
 
Please join us for a new online public program via Zoom Roosevelt House is Pleased to Present: The 2020 Jack Newfield Lecture — Celebrating the publication of Wayne... Read more
 
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Join us on Thursday, October 1 at 6:30pm (EDT) on Zoom for our series Speaking of Justice: Race, Racism, and Reform — Policing: Reform, Defund, or Abolish? RSVP for Zoom link — ... Read more
 
 
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Join us as Harold Holzer, Jonathan F. Fanton Director of The Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College, and John Avlon, Senior Political Analyst for CNN, dive into Holzer’s... Read more
 
Roosevelt House presents a live Zoom discussion of the new book The Black Cabinet: The Untold Story of African Americans and Politics During the Age of Roosevelt by Jill Watts. The author tells the story of a generation... Read more
 
Join us on Thursday, August 6 at 6:30pm (EDT) on Zoom for our series Speaking of Justice: Race, Racism, and Reform — Code Switching: Style, Expression, or Survival? RSVP for Zoom link — ... Read more
 
Join us on Thursday, July 30 at 6:30pm (EDT) on Zoom for our new series Speaking of Justice: Race, Racism, and Reform — Hunter Alumni Advancing Racial Equity RSVP for Zoom link — ... Read more
 
Join us on Thursday, July 23 at 6:30pm on Zoom for our new series Speaking of Justice: Race, Racism, and Reform — Health Care for All? Confronting the Racial Divide RSVP for Zoom link — ... Read more
 
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Roosevelt House presents a live Zoom discussion of Jorge G. Castañeda’s America Through Foreign Eyes, a timely new exploration of America’s shifting political and cultural realities from the perspective of a deeply informed, often... Read more
 
 
Roosevelt House and the LGBTQ Policy Center at Hunter College present a live Zoom webinar onThe Deviant’s War: The Homosexual vs. the United States of America, the new biography of Frank Kameny, the founder and... Read more
 
With Bill Goldstein, Author and Founding editor of the books site of The New York Times on the Web, and host of Bill’s Books on WNBC. And Charles Kaiser, Acting Director of Hunter College’s LGBTQ Policy Center at Roosevelt... Read more
 
With remarks by Carmelyn P. Malalis, Chair and Commissioner of the New York City Commission on Human Rights.   On June 10th at 7PM, the LGBTQ Policy Center at Hunter College and the... Read more
 
The Roosevelt House Public Policy Program Presents: Modeling COVID-19: Disease Burdens, Economic Activities, and Policy Outcomes Join via Zoom:  ... Read more
 
Statistics show that Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) in the United States are disproportionality impacted by COVID 19. This reality is not only true for health outcomes, but also for educational outcomes. Prior to COVID 19,... Read more
 
Join Roosevelt House, Asian American Studies Center & Program, AANAPISI Project (HCAP), Department of Sociology, Department of Urban Policy and Planning on zoom for a sneak Preview of “The Asian Americans” with Renee Tajima-Pena,... Read more
 
As the coronavirus pandemic reveals stark fault lines in New York City, with disparate impacts based on race, class, immigration status, and justice system involvement, community organizations are mobilizing to respond even as their resources... Read more
 

Public Programs at Roosevelt House are free to the public and open with advance registration, made possible through the support of the Charina Endowment Fund and other generous donors.