A conversation with JHU experts about how our community and our country might move forward together to realize the promise of democracy.
Election 2020 and its Meaning for Our Democracy
Why Young People Don’t Vote, and Why 2020 Might be Different
October 20, 2020
A timely conversation exploring controversial elections throughout American history, and what we can learn from them as we approach Election Day.
America’s Contentious Presidential Elections: A History
In Youth We Trust
October 6, 2020
We’ve survived these threats in the past—but never all at once. What lessons can past crises teach us about navigating a path forward?
Four Threats to American Democracy
How do we talk about race, identity, and polarization in a way that doesn’t imagine that one election—or one elected leader—can heal all wounds?
Race, Polarization, and Life After the Election
We explore youth attitudes towards the election and democracy, and the role they will play in determining the outcome of this election, and our future politics.
Young People and the 2020 Election
How can we mitigate the likely failures of large-scale voting systems operating under in a context of increased fear over manipulation?
Securing the Vote
Political journalists are struggling to cover a campaign with more than the usual share of falsehood and vitriol. How can voters sort fact from fiction?
Trump vs. Biden vs. Media and Manipulation
A virtual primer on the history of U.S. presidential debates and how lessons from the past can be applied to the 2020 election.
SNF Agora Training: Presidential Debates Past & Present
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