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  • April 21, 2011 | Dante Barry
                                   Chicago Fellows |  New York City Fellows |  Washington, DC Fellows                           ...
  • Deadline 2/17 for Summer Academy
    February 14, 2011 | Tarsi Dunlop
    Are you passionate about progressive values? Are you tired of hearing politicians snip at each other? Do adults in your life tell you to be patient because you're not old enough to really contribute? Do you dread the idea of making copies and getting coffee all summer? Are you worried about how you'll afford city living as an intern? There's one...
  • January 24, 2011 | Adam Jutha
     Tuesday evening at 9:00pm EST, millions of Americans and the larger international community will join together to listen to President Barack Obama deliver his second State of the Union Address (SOTU). Roosevelt students across the nation will be doing exactly the same thing. We'd like to strongly recommend and encourage you to throw...
  • January 18, 2011 | Lake McManus
    Upon request of the Iraqi Refugee Assistance Project, the Center on Security and Foreign Policy at the Yale chapter of the Roosevelt Institute Campus Network has produced the attached report on the question of minorities' complicity in persecution in under Saddam Hussein. The center heads for this project were Lake McManus and Donna Horning. The...
  • October 19, 2010 | Website Administrator
    The National Deficit has erupted into the trillions and the lava of damage has been oozing over all policy iniatives for years now. The rhetoric of old washingtonian politicans now includes our youth's future and how growth can be sustained. Progressive agendas oftentimes involve programs, funding, and resources. How can the progressive...
  • September 16, 2010 | Rocky Cole
      For nearly two decades, the United States has lacked a coherent grand strategy of international relations--we have failed to agree upon a set of core values that should guide our foreign policy, and as a result, our foreign relations have been as tumultuous as our domestic politics. For years, the saying went that "politics stops at...
  • September 10, 2010 | Jacqueline Parilla
    Do you want to make CHANGE? Do you want to write PUBLIC POLICY and see it implemented? Join the Roosevelt Institute and you can! FALL KICKOFF TUES. 9/14 8PM LC 211 The Roosevelt Institute is a student-run policy organization that empowers students to think up the solutions to problems that real people confront both locally and abroad. The...
  • January 30, 2010 | Jacqueline Parilla
    I'm Jackie. I'm currently the Communications Director for the Yale Chapter of Roosevelt so one of my duties is to make sure that the blog stays active. This is a guide on how to create an account and start blogging. This feature has been up and running for a long time except no one has really know about it! Anyone is welcome to blog. I will be...
  • December 21, 2009 | Donna Horning
    Alternative Name: Gypsies Location(s): Mostly Central and Eastern Europe, with dispersed populations mostly in other parts of Europe Population: 6-11 million Language: Romani CURRENT PROBLEM A serious obstacle to the exercise of basic rights by Roma in the countries of the former Yugoslavia is a lack of basic documents, including but not...
  • November 22, 2009 | Donna Horning
    Upon the implementation of Promise Programs in the cities of Kalamazoo MI, Pittsburgh PA, El Dorado AK, and the state of Georgia the region has experienced a slowdown in the number of citizens leaving the metropolitan area, and an increased number of citizens from other states and even other countries moving to the school district. ETHNIC...