Jonathan Alter

Day 3 at the DNCC: A Better Tomorrow

This Wednesday, NDN held a very interesting forum, A Better Tomorrow, featuring some of America's most interesting thought-leaders on how to best tackle some of our challenges. Joining us were:  U.S. Rep. Adam Smith (D-WA), author of the Global Poverty Act, who offered thoughts on how to help conquer global poverty; Robert Hormats, Vice Chairman of Goldman Sachs, who discussed strengthening America's much-neglected infrastructure; Cecile Richards, President of Planned Parenthood, who discussed the pivotal role women will play in the election this year; Rey Ramsey, CEO of One Economy, who looked at how to close the digital divide; and journalists/commentators Arianna Huffington and Jonathan Alter, who reflected on this extraordinary political year, and took a spirited look at where American politics is headed.

Below you'll find a YouTube playlist of the forum. Be sure to check it out:

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