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With: Nicholas Freudenberg & Nancy Romer; Moderated by Dr. Thomas A. Farley
 
Tri fire
Please join us for a panel discussion of the 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist factory fire and its effect on labor laws and workplace safety in the US,... Read more
 
reinventing american healthcare
Join us at Roosevelt House for a book discussion featuring Ezekiel Emanuel, author of the just-published Reinventing American Health Care: How... Read more
 
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Join us for a conversation with award-winning Indian film actress, director, and committed human rights advocate, Nandita Das.... Read more
 
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This event will be held at the Kaye Playhouse
 
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A member in the Society of the Sacred Heart for nearly thirty... Read more
 
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Please join us for the next conversation in our popular Aspen at Roosevelt House discussion series, as we welcome three of Aspen’s First Mover... Read more
 
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In a continuing series of events at Roosevelt House, the ... Read more
 
foodpolicy
On March 3rd The New York City Food Policy Center and The Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute join forces to sponsor Transforming Food... Read more
 
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A special evening with historian and Roosevelt... Read more
 
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With: Jessica Lawrence, Michael Mandel, Steve Schlafman, Manoush Zamorodi, Stanley Litow
 
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In the first of a series of events at Roosevelt House, the Social Science Research Council presents a discussion on the current anxieties of... Read more
 
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Join us at Roosevelt House as we welcome Joseph A. Califano, Jr., Special Assistant for Domestic Affairs to President Lyndon Johnson and... Read more
 
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Join us at Roosevelt House as we continue our “Changing New York” series, which explores the most pressing policy issues facing the new... Read more
 
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Join us at Roosevelt House as we welcome Robert C. Orr, Assistant Secretary-General for Strategic Planning at the United Nations. He will discuss... Read more
 
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The Tina Santi Flaherty-Winston Churchill Literary Series
 
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Stop and Frisk in NYC: What's Next?
 
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Please join us at Roosevelt House on December 3, for a special evening with Robert K. Steel, New York City’s Deputy Mayor for... Read more
 
A panel discussion on the right of ecological regions to exercise political sovereignty and self-rule over the resources necessary to sustain... Read more
 
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Join us at Roosevelt House as biographer and art critic Deborah Solomon discusses her long-awaited book, American Mirror: The Life and Art of... Read more
 
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This year’s Tisch Forum, “Confronting a Superstorm of Challenges: A New American Grand Strategy,” explores the ways in... Read more
 
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How is income distributed in our own country, across countries, and globally? What is the economic status of the “middle class”? Can a... Read more
 
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Followed by Audience Q&A and reception honoring NYC food activists.

 

 
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A talk by Michael H. Posner, Professor of Business and Society, NYU Stern School of... Read more
 
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Join us at Roosevelt House to hear A. Scott Berg, the Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer, talk about his new bestseller, Wilson, the... Read more
 
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Please join us for a conversation with Grammy award-winning singer Judy Collins and Roosevelt House Interim Director Jonathan Fanton. Judy... Read more
 
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The Tina Santi Flaherty-Winston Churchill Literary Series
 
metrorev
The Metropolitan Revolution, written by the Brookings Institution’s Metropolitan Policy Program founder Bruce Katz and fellow and... Read more
 
mayors-life
“Who would believe New York would elect a black mayor?” writes David N. Dinkins in his new memoir, reflecting on first... Read more
 
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In the wake of the Supreme Court’s recent decision regarding Fisher v. University of Texas, Randall Kennedy’s For... 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.