Posts Tagged 'Frank Friday'

Are Americans’ Voting Rights Intact?

Posted on October 17th, 2014 · Posted in Frank Friday, Roosevelt House Faculty Forum

With mid-term elections barely three weeks away, a bitter partisan battle is being fought not just over the control of the Senate but also over voting rights of ordinary people….  

P-cubed News: From the Director’s Desk – Moving Beyond New York’s Controversial Stop-and-Frisk Policy

As Mayor Bloomberg’s tenure comes to an end, the troubling stop-and-frisk policy of the New York Police Department will be remembered as one of his administration’s most controversial legacies. A…  

P-cubed News: From the Director’s Desk – The Paradox of Food Policy

Millions of Americans will sit down with friends and families this week at a Thanksgiving table laden with more food than anyone could possibly eat. While we bask in the…  

P-cubed News: From the Director’s Desk – Can the International Community Get its Act Together to Fight Climate Change?

An international climate change conference of the United Nations Framework Convention is currently underway in Warsaw, Poland.  With the recent devastation caused by Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines as the backdrop, negotiations are tense on…