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Often referred to as “the conscience of America,” Pulitzer Prize-winning writer and historian Jon Meacham talks about how America’s history of overcoming crises makes him confident and hopeful that the country once again will prevail over these tumultuous times.

Former mayor and presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg headlines a panel of leading activists, including Washington Post columnist Jonathan Capehart, U.S. Representative Sharice Davids, and Virginia House Delegate Danica Roem, to discuss the landmark successes of the LGBTQ rights movement and the remaining hurdles of the movement.

Three titans of American economic thought come together in Conversations On the Green’s sixth forum of the season. Two Nobel laureates in economics, Joseph Stiglitz and Paul Krugman, are joined by Danny Meyer, a respected businessman and restauranteur.

This is the first time these three giants have ever debated. They will discuss how to repair the economy amidst the worst economic crisis in almost a century and the once-in-a-generation shift now underway in economic thinking.

Three renowned experts on international affairs discuss America’s standing in the world and the impact of President Trump’s relegation of the country’s traditional allies and alliances. In the face of the country’s most consequential foreign policy election in the post-war era, the trio of preeminent panelists also will debate how to project American power and how to protect the country from foreign threats.

Why wait until November to find out who won the 2020 presidential campaign! Or which party captured the Senate and House. Although voters won’t head off to the polls for a couple of months, these wizards of political prognostication gather in a virtual town hall to pull back the ballot booth’s curtain.

Three nationally known voices come together in Conversations On the Green's third event of the season to discuss the role of race in American politics and how identity issues will shape the 2020 campaign for the presidency and Congress.

The second Conversation of our 2020 season, brings together a panel of renowned legal scholars to discuss the threats to the rule of law, which contains the furious competition among the Federal government's three branches.

The opening event of Conversations On the Green’s eighth season brings together three of the nation’s sagest visionaries to discuss how the pandemic will indelibly change the country and affect the daily life of every American.

2019 SEASON

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Working Without a Net: On Air in the Age of Trump

Featuring: CNN’s Chief White House Correspondent, Jim Acosta and Stephanie Ruhle, anchor “MSNBC Live with Stephanie Ruhle” and “MSNBC Live with Velshi & Ruhle”. 

She appears across all NBC News and MSNBC platforms. 

DEMOCRACY IN DANGER: History's Lessons

Featuring: Timothy Snyder, Yale Historian & Author, Max Boot, Washington Post columnist, CNN analyst and one of the intellectual pillars of neo-conservative movement, and Malcolm Nance, MSNBC’s renowned national security specialist.

THE RECKONING: SCOTUS BREAKPOINT

Featuring: Linda Greenhouse, The New York Times and The New YorkerJoan Biskupic, CNN.

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