Ash Center Conference Room 226, 124 Mt Auburn Street, Suite 200 North
Join Ash Center Democracy Fellow and Academic Director NYU Center for Urban Science and Progress Victoria Alsina for the second session of her three-part study group on improving representation in cities. This second session will focus on innovation labs in the public sector and discuss how to create an innovation lab, models, activities, and best practices. Participants will discuss various examples of innovation labs including GovLab Paraguay. Lunch will be served.
Seating preference will be given to students. No pre-registration or RSVP is necessary....
Join Ash Center Technology and Democracy Fellow Nick Carter to develop your digital toolkit! The workshop will be titled "Pivoting to a New Electoral Reality: Building Trust Online and Implementation of Vote By Mail," with participants learning how voter engagement leaders are scaling their digital programs and adjusting to an election that will be unlike any other. Invited guests include:
124 Mt Auburn Street, South Lobby, Suite 160S, Room 105
Join Ash Center Democracy Fellows Johnnie Lotesta and Gali Racabi for the third session of their spring semester 2020 study group on the struggles and successes of the U.S. labor movement. During the mid-20th century, America’s unions constituted one of the most well organized and politically influential groups in the nation. By the 1990s, however, labor was in a rapid decline. Much of this decline has been attributed to systematic attacks on the organized labor movement through legal suits, employer hostility, and the passage of restrictive labor reforms. This session will examine...
Census Day is Wednesday, April 1st! Counting every person in the census is critical to the proper functioning of a democracy. Join a conversation with census experts for an update on the 2020 census and bring your questions on how we can achieve a full count.
Jonathan Tran, California Endowment
Teresa Acuña, Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation (Moderator)
Jay Saini, Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under the Law
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This virtual workshop will be led by Daniel Marks, an Ash Center Technology and Democracy Fellow who serves as a Digital Manager at Color Of Change. Participants will get a chance to explore the principles of how digital campaigners can best uplift and assist field organizers in down-ballot races. Daniel will also explore the possible ramifications the coronavirus has...
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Join Ash Center Technology and Democracy Fellow Stephanie Valencia to develop your digital toolkit. This is a hands-on workshop; participants are expected to arrive ready to learn and practice a new skill.
The Ash Center's Technology and Democracy Workshop...