Dive in to this lively dialogue about economics, history, philosophy, law, and politics with Ganesh Sitaraman, author of The Crisis of the Middle-Class Constitution. He makes a compelling case that inequality is more than just a moral or economic problem; it threatens the very core of our American constitutional system.
Few journalists or scholars have seen these prisons firsthand―until now. Join Lauren-Brooke Eisen―senior counsel at the Brennan Center for Justice―for the launch of her new book, Inside Private Prisons, as she reflects on her unprecedented access to our nation’s private penal system and what she’s uncovered about these corporate prisons.
We mark the one year anniversary of Trump’s electoral victory with Preet Bharara, former US Attorney, Southern District of NY, David Frum of The Atlantic and author of the forthcoming book Trumpocracy, and other experts on democracy and the rule of law for a public discussion of how to fortify our democracy in the Trump years and beyond.
The Brennan Center's Nicole Austin-Hillery will join the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation at its 47th Annual Legislative Conference for a panel discussion examining strategies and tactics to combat voter suppression.
To mark the beginning of National Hispanic Heritage month, join our panel of experts who ask why the Trump administration has been able to make and continue attacks on Latinos, and what, if anything can be done to push back effectively at this time of struggle.
Daniel Franklin, Executive Editor of The Economist and editor of the new book Megatech: Technology in 2050, and the Brennan Center for Justice’s Faiza Patel come together for a spirited discussion about the economy, democracy, and technology.