This is not merely a civil rights exception, it is a democracy preservation exception – saving the credibility, legitimacy and values of this democracy for the next generation of voters, writes Cornell William Brooks.
Filipino journalist Maria Ressa, a fall 2021 Harvard Kennedy School fellow whose career has cast a critical eye on terrorism, the authoritarian transgressions of the Philippines’ Duterte government, and the role of social media in disseminating disinformation was awarded the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize on Friday.
How to Build a Happy Life brings listeners deep conversations on happiness, exploring the science behind joy and offering suggestions for how to put ideas about happiness into practice. The show is an extension of Brooks’s weekly Atlantic column, “How to Build a Life."
Fall 2021 CPL Hauser Leader, the veteran Filipino journalist and activist Maria Ressa, will be joining forces with former New York Times CEO Mark Thompson to lead a new initiative aimed at supporting independent media outlets and journalism around the world.
Famed labor rights leader Dolores Huerta discussed her decades-long work in political organization and civil rights activism at a virtual event hosted by the JFK Jr. Forum and Kennedy School's Center for Public Leadership Tuesday.
For two decades, CPL faculty affiliate Todd Rogers has been on the leading edge of behavioral science, using scientific tools and experiments to analyze what often seems irrational—human behavior—and to help people make better choices.
When the next terrorist attacks come, will US presidents be able to channel public demand for revenge by precise targeting, explaining the trap that terrorists set, and focusing on creating resilience in US responses? That is the question Americans should be asking, and that...
As the country and all of us—civilians, active military, and veterans—honor the 20th anniversary of 9/11, CPL’s David Gergen talks with Dana Born, Brigadier General USAF Retired, about where she was on that day, what lessons we should draw on 20 years later, and the role of public...
In a new book, “Power, for All: How It Really Works and Why It’s Everyone’s Business,” CPL faculty affiliate Julie Battilana and Tiziana Casciaro argue that power is available to everyone and is a necessary force for change.