Politics

We The People Series

January 1, 2016 – March 7, 2017
Washington, DC

“In Order to form a more perfect Union,” We The People came together to form a government nearly 230 years ago—and, today, our government faces challenges the Founding Fathers could have never imagined. Through the vital power of rigorous debate and a collective spirit of Americans working for all, We The People can once again promote the general Welfare, and work to secure the Blessings of Liberty.

In a series of conversations, The Atlantic is exploring civitas, the contract binding all citizens together, and talking to leaders of business, politics and society who are striving to make our Union a little more perfect. Moderated by Atlantic journalists and underwritten by AFT, We The People is an ongoing series with leaders in government, policy and new ideas.  

September 22, 2016

September 27, 2016

October 13, 2016  

November 3, 2016

December 12, 2016

January 19, 2017

March 7, 2017

The Atlantic’s We The People series of events is exclusively underwritten by the American Federation of Teachers.

For more information about this event series, please contact Stacey Berger at sberger@theatlantic.com.

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Upcoming Events

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    Children and Cancer:
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    The Atlantic will break down the latest in immunotherapy and how it is being used to help young patients survive and thrive. And moving beyond anecdotal evidence, we'll examine how can big data can be used to track how pediatric cancers impact aspects of health for survivors down the road.

  • Health Care

    Cancer and the Community

    The Atlantic will explore challenges such as Nevada's shortage of doctors and specialists and learn what can be done from researchers, experts, stakeholders, survivors and patients living with cancer.