In the News
The Guardian quotes faculty fellow Roberto Suro: "The most potent imagery in immigration politics has been when things are out of control," said Suro, now a journalism professor at the University of Southern California. "Those three words often spell a turn toward restriction, regardless of what the actual circumstance is."
The Huffington Post published an article by faculty fellow Roberto Suro, titled "The Children on the Rio Grande Have Families and They Are Here."
The Wrap features research by faculty fellow Stacy L. Smith, highlighting "Hollywood's Abysmal Record of Casting Hispanic Actors."
Times Higher Education features senior fellow Morley Winograd's Redeeming America's Promise initiative, a national campaign and inter-generational alliance dedicated to making college accessible to all Americans.
The Los Angeles Times published an op-ed by senior fellow Dan Schnur: "For better politics, it's time for some raging moderates".
Politix published senior fellow Morley Winograd's op-ed, "The Time Has Come to Make College Education Free."
Senior fellow Orville Schell was a panelist at the Asia Society's recent discussion of China's fracking boom. Their video contains highlights from the program: Is China's Turn to Fracking a Reason to 'Ban it Everywhere Else?'
The Huffington Post published an article by senior fellow Dan Glickman on money in the political system. "I have become convinced that the extraordinary volume of money in the system is dramatically hurting our government's ability to function," writes Glickman.
SFGate published an article by senior fellow Dan Schnur: "The lesson of indicted politician's 341,000 votes."
"Gen Y Would Rather Make $40,000 Doing Something They Love Rather Than $100,000 Being Bored," reports MainStreet, featuring the new report by senior fellow Morley Winograd.