This series seeks to explore how the country's growing racial and ethnic diversity is changing the national agenda and ask what it will take to lift more of the emerging Next America into the middle-class.
National Journal hosted a policy forum in Chicago, Illinois that convened the city’s key opinion leaders for a robust discussion about connecting all neighborhoods to opportunity.
National Journal held a policy forum discussing the challenge of moving from coverage to care: translating the historic increase in health insurance coverage under the ACA into actual improvements in health outcomes, particularly in minority and low-income communities that have historically had limited engagement with the health insurance system.
National Journal convened key experts and the best and brightest thinking around an increasingly important question: what will it take to lift more of the emerging “Next America” into the middle class?
National Journal hosted a forum of key stakeholders and experts discussing to what extent we have succeeded in fulfilling the goals of the Higher Education Act of 1965 and what reforms and innovation are needed.
National Journal convened the nation’s key opinion leaders for a robust discussion about immigration in the Golden State.
National Journal hosted a town hall in Washington, DC that convened the country’s key mayors and opinion leaders for a robust discussion about the nation’s diversification and its implications for communities across the United States.