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Election 2010 - Where Do We Go From Here?

The Ada Education Fund hosted a daylong election post-mortem and strategy session at Harvard on November 20th. It analyzed the results of the 2010 midterm elections and speakers helped to chart the path forward for progressive organizations and liberal activists for the next two years.

Agenda

ELECTION 2010: WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?

November 20, 2010
Harvard University, Cambridge Massachusetts
John F. Kennedy School of Government
Starr Auditorium


8:30
a  -  Opening

Richard Parker, Kennedy School, Harvard *
Rep. Lynn Woolsey (D-CA) *
Michael J. Wilson, ADA Education Fund *

9:00 a  -  Political Roundtable: What Happened? Why? What Do We Have Now?

Cheryl Kagan, ADA Education Fund - Moderator *
Vic Fingerhut, Fingerhut Associates *
Karen Emmerson, Lake Research Associates *
Mike Lux, Open Left *

10:30 a  -  Economic Roundtable: The Road Ahead--Jobs, Jobs, and …

Richard Parker, Harvard University - Moderator *
Juliet Schor, Boston College *
L. Josh Bivens, Economic Policy Institute *
Jeff Madrick, Editor of Challenge *

12:00 p  -  Luncheon Discussion: The Progressive Congressional Perspective

Michael J. Wilson, ADA Education Fund - Moderator *
Rep. Lynn Woolsey (D-CA) *
The Honorable Tom Andrews, former Maine U.S. Representative & the National Director of Win Without War *

2:00 p  -  Next Moves: Issue, Constituencies, and Strategies Roundtable

Jim Gonzalez, JGAssociates - Moderator *
Ali Noorani, National Immigration Forum *
Gregory King, American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees *
Nate Kilbert, ADA board member & Harvard University student

3:30 p  -  Closing Remarks

Introduction, David Yamada, Suffolk University Law School, ADA Education Fund *
Closing Remarks, James Galbraith, LBJ School, U. Texas & Vice President of Americans for Democratic Action.

* Confirmed
 

 

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