The Atlantic will host a live event that explores the human hold on happiness—and aims to find ways to build a more meaningful life.
Building off The Atlantic’s legacy of explicating and illuminating American ideals, we’re producing a series of conversations that will unpack the state of race relations and progress in America.
We’ll convene education advocates and practitioners, from both K–12 and higher education, to explain how the disruption of the pandemic is pushing forward long-overdue pedagogical reform.
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.
We’ll explore how to reform, and possibly rebuild, a criminal justice system that has for too long been based on racial inequities.
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