The Atlantic’s Health Equity Summit – Morning Session 0 (0)

From The Atlantic. The coronavirus pandemic has highlighted long-existing disparities in America’s health-care system. COVID-19 has infected and killed Black, Latino, and Native Americans at higher rates than their white counterparts. Today, too many Americans of color lack access to quality care and routine preventive medicine. Join The Atlantic writers Vann R. Newkirk II, Katherine…

The Equity of Cancer Care 0 (0)

From The Atlantic. Cancer is one of the leading causes of death in the United States, with nearly 2 million new diagnoses a year. Lung cancer remains one of the most common forms. The Atlantic’s Equity of Cancer Care event will examine how COVID-19 has put new emphasis on pulmonary health, and what the oncology…

Future Economy Summit 0 (0)

From The Atlantic. The pandemic has forced many to reevaluate America’s economic future. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen; former Stockton, California, Mayor Michael Tubbs; and more speak with The Atlantic’s Ronald Brownstein, Annie Lowrey, and Derek Thompson about the path forward.

Dorothy Brown and Susan Saulny on Investing in Women 0 (0)

From The Atlantic. As part of The Atlantic’s Progress Report event on the state of the Black community, Dorothy A. Brown, Asa Griggs Candler Professor at Emory University School of Law laid out a reform plan that she says would address racial inequity entrenched in the U.S. tax code. Subscribe to The Atlantic on YouTube:…

The Big Story: The Experiment 0 (0)

From The Atlantic. Federal prosecutors who charged nurse practitioner Jeffrey Young in a massive opioid bust say he overprescribed painkillers, often for “money, notoriety, and sexual favors.” The case provides a rare glimpse into the ways patients wind up addicted to the powerful painkillers fueling the national opioid epidemic. Join Julia Longoria, host of The…

The Inheritance Project 0 (0)

From The Atlantic. Inheritance is The Atlantic’s new project about American history, Black life, and the resilience of memory. In a live virtual event, The Atlantic will gather leading writers to discuss how Black history has been buried—and what unearthing it will look like.

Film Talk: Passing 0 (0)

From The Atlantic. Atlantic staff writer Hannah Giorgis is joined by actors Ruth Negga and Tessa Thompson, and director Rebecca Hall, from Passing, a film that takes place in 1920’s New York and tells the story of two Black women who reunite after years apart. Both can “pass” as white, but have been living on…

Film Q&A: White Noise 0 (0)

From The Atlantic. White Noise, The Atlantic’s first feature documentary, is the result of a four-year commitment to investigating and exposing the roots of rising white nationalism in the U.S. and abroad. Director Daniel Lombroso, Executive Producer Kasia Cieplak-Mayr von Baldegg, and Atlantic Staff Writer Adam Harris joined Deputy Editor Ross Andersen for conversation on…

Wild Indian: An Atlantic Panel 0 (0)

From The Atlantic. The team behind Wild Indian discuss writing about family relationships, centering fully realized Indigenous characters, and dealing with history within roles. Lyle Mitchell Corbine Jr., Jesse Eisenberg, Michael Greyeyes, and Chaske Spencer joined David Sims for an in-depth conversation. For The Atlantic’s full culture coverage, visit TheAtlantic.com/culture. Subscribe to The Atlantic on…

Assembling an Administration 0 (0)

From The Atlantic. Watch: Atlantic journalists interview the former Obama Cabinet officials Janet Napolitano and Sylvia Mathews Burwell about what we can learn from past presidential transitions, and U.S. House Majority Whip James E. Clyburn on how President-elect Joe Biden should lead.

White Noise | 15 Second Trailer 2 0 (0)

From The Atlantic. "White Noise" is the definitive inside story of the alt-right, following Richard Spencer, Lauren Southern, and Mike Cernovich as they ride a wave of racist ideas to viral fame. Even as the movement breaks into the mainstream, it fractures, leaving its leaders to grapple with backlash, infighting, and self-doubt. "White Noise" will…

White Noise | 15 Second Trailer 1 0 (0)

From The Atlantic. "White Noise" is the definitive inside story of the alt-right, following Richard Spencer, Lauren Southern, and Mike Cernovich as they ride a wave of racist ideas to viral fame. Even as the movement breaks into the mainstream, it fractures, leaving its leaders to grapple with backlash, infighting, and self-doubt. "White Noise" will…

Reverend William Barber: Addressing Injustice Requires Moral Action 0 (0)

From The Atlantic. Reverend William J. Barber II argues that the greatest social challenges of the 21st century are moral issues. Addressing poverty, racism, voter suppression, and climate change requires moral analysis, moral articulation, and moral action. For the festival agenda, speaker lineup, and more, visit www.theatlanticfestival.com. Subscribe to The Atlantic on YouTube: http://bit.ly/subAtlanticYT

The Big Story: America’s Place in the World 0 (0)

From The Atlantic. For nearly four years, the United States has been governed by a nationalist president who has taken foreign policy in a different direction from his predecessors—and, thus, in a different direction from what most international leaders have come to expect. Join foreign-affairs experts from The Atlantic for a conversation on where America’s…

The Big Story: The Election That Could Break America 0 (0)

From The Atlantic. If the vote is close, Donald Trump could easily throw the election into chaos and subvert the result. Who will stop him? Join The Atlantic’s Executive Editor Adrienne LaFrance and staff writer Barton Gellman for a conversation about his latest cover story and our potentially turbulent future. Read the November cover story…