Taking into account the political, historical and demographic currents that shape the story of race in America—and in Charlotte—The Atlantic will pose the question: What would “liberty and justice for all” actually look like in Charlotte?
At the Water Summit, The Atlantic will gather the leading voices in water, from environmentalists and policymakers to farmers, industry and community leaders, to forge a dialogue around the critical water issues of our time.
Our mission is to bring journalism to life. Building on The Atlantic's editorial legacy, we gather top thinkers and leaders to engage audiences in person and online.
The Atlantic will seek to unearth untold stories, bringing together people whose lives have been changed by incarceration with the advocates and entertainers who can give voice to them.
At Power of Purpose: The Corporate Responsibility Summit, The Atlantic will gather business executives, employees, community leaders and experts to analyze the impact, the potential and the downsides of corporations speaking out and taking action.
The Atlantic will convene educators, policymakers and innovators to explore how technology in the classroom - or the lack thereof - impacts the students of today and workers of tomorrow.
The Atlantic's New Old Age forum convened top experts on aging, ageism, and media for a frank discussion of age discrimination and why it matters now more than ever.