February 25, 2021
Funmi Olorunnipa Badejo, newly appointed Associate Counsel in the Office of the White House Counsel, and Elaine Rigas, Director of the Total Force Office and Human Capital Management National Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office, share their insights and tips on getting a position in the US Federal Government.
Election 2020 Debrief
November 12, 2020
CBS News correspondent and HKS alumna Natalie Brand hosts a panel with HKS alumni Phyllis Johnson, Patrick Johnson, Andrew Deye, Marco Lowe, and Fayrouz Saad on the policy issues that influenced the recent election and how their states each played a key role in the outcome.
People of Color: How They Can Shape the 2020 Presidential Election
September 28, 2020
Crystal Carson is Vice President of Communications, Culture and Media Partnerships of the non-profit, nonpartisan organization, When We All Vote. Leigh M. Chapman is Director of the Voting Rights Program, overseeing projects that advocate voting protections for marginalized people.
Administering Election Laws: The View from Union County Clerk Joanne Rajoppi
August 26, 2020
Joanne Rajoppi on the challenges in administering election laws in a Presidential General Election during a pandemic.
Racial Disparities in Sentencing and Plea Bargains featuring Andrea James and Dr. Herman Beavers
August 13, 2020
Andrea James and Dr. Herman Beavers examine systematic racism in prison sentencing and plea bargains.
Police Brutality, Racism, and the Need for Action with Jelani Cobb, Ph.D., and Andrea James
June 18, 2020
Jeleni Cobb, Ph.D., and Andrea James on policing in the black community and addressing a history of injustice, racism, and violence
Cognitive skill disparities between groups are well-established in nationally-representative data by the time that children are two-years old. Dr. Ron Ferguson of the Harvard Kennedy School addresses how all of us can help alter this pattern, to pursue excellence with equity.