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    The State of Care: Patient Access & Affordability

    The Atlantic will gather key perspectives to continue the conversation on what it costs to stay healthy in America today.

  • Health Care

    Children and Cancer

    Nearly 16,000 American kids are diagnosed with cancer annually. But only four percent of federal cancer research dollars is allotted to childhood cancer. What are the stories of these patients and how do they fit into the broader fight against cancer nationwide?

  • Politics

    Race + Justice Houston

    Houston, Texas is a microcosm of national trends in criminal justice. In one of the most diverse cities in the country, institutional stakeholders are seeking to address tensions between police and their communities, manage the intersection of immigration enforcement and the criminal justice system, reduce local jail populations, and reform prosecutions.

  • Culture

    Our Towns: An Atlantic Exchange with James and Deborah Fallows

    In this Atlantic Exchange, we sat down with James and Deborah Fallows to discuss their new book, Our Towns.

  • Education

    Rethinking Higher Education

    The Atlantic will convene education experts, policy makers, business leaders and activists to examine whose responsibility it is to educate the next American generation and what the most innovative teaching and training strategies are.

  • Politics

    Justice In America

    America is at an inflection point. Polarization and mistrust run rampant and threaten to further divide a fractured society. Among the issues that are most contentious are race, policing and justice. What does justice look like?

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    Education Summit

    The fourth annual Education Summit will examine new ideas and deep debates in American education and its role in American society today.

  • Politics

    White House Correspondents' Dinner Weekend 2018

    Atlantic Media hosted a suite of dynamic events surrounding the 2018 White House Correspondents’ Dinner.

  • Politics

    Building Equity: The Legacy, Impact and Future of the Fair Housing Act

    Join The Atlantic in the nation’s capital for this Building Equity, where we will examine the impact of the Fair Housing Act of 1968 as America continues to work through their legacy of segregation.

  • Culture

    Alex Wagner
    In Conversation with Vann R. Newkirk II

    In a conversation with Vann R. Newkirk II, Alex Wagner discusses her book Futureface: A Family Mystery, an Epic Quest, and the Secret to Belonging chronicling Wagner’s quest around the world and into her own her DNA.

  • International/Foreign Affairs

    Madeleine Albright In Conversation With Jeffrey Goldberg

    Madeleine Albright joined The Atlantic’s Jeffrey Goldberg for a conversation about her new book Fascism: A Warning and the lessons we must understand and the questions we must answer to avoid repeating the tragic errors of the past.