Years of gridlock have left Washington in a state of inaction, and questions remain about whether our nation can come together to find solutions for the most pressing issues of our time. But around the country local leaders are doing just that. Renewal is happening from the inside out, from city halls and local community organizations to innovators and businesses who are making a difference in their hometowns, not waiting for Washington.
For the past two years, The Atlantic has been engaged in a nationwide conversation to identify the local innovators and entrepreneurs who are tackling the nation's biggest challenges. In March, we will bring the Renewal Series to Washington and host the second annual Renewal Awards. We will recognize grassroots innovators who are improving their communities from the ground up, and discuss what Washington can learn from progress made at the local level.
Impact Hub DC
419 7th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20004
9:00 am ET Guest Arrival
9:30 am ET Program Begins
12:00 pm ET Program Ends
For more information, please contact Katie Yost at firstname.lastname@example.org
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