Former Georgia State House of Representatives Minority Leader Stacey Abrams, who has been widely credited for mobilizing voter turnout in Georgia — including during the 2020 presidential election — shared insight about her career and the current political climate in a virtual event hosted on Feb. 19 by the Annenberg School for Communication.
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Penn alumni are spearheading a movement to establish America’s only municipal public bank in Philadelphia, which its supporters believe could address issues ranging from racial justice to climate change and the power of big finance.
Penn professor Robert Schuyler has retired after facing backlash for his use of a Nazi salute and phrase during a virtual archaeology conference earlier this month.
Jonathan Zimmerman, a professor of history education at Penn's Graduate School of Education, came under fire on social media this past week for his controversial op-ed in the New York Daily News, which many perceived to be making unjust excuses for The New Yorker reporter Jeffrey Toobin's workplace masturbation scandal.
The Philadelphia Inquirer editorial board endorsed former Vice President Joe Biden for president on Sunday, just over three weeks before Election Day.
Three veteran diplomats met at a virtual Perry World House event to discuss the future of the United Nations amid the COVID-19 pandemic and the global rise of nationalism, calling for more international cooperation to preserve the integrity and relevance of the U.N.