Join us for a pre-Election Day conversation to explore how a ctivists have influenced electoral debate and outcomes—historically and tod ay. With so many citizens saying the political system is broken\, this pane l will explore what role grassroots activists and organizations might play in reconfiguring the political conversation and the electoral dynamics of t he two-party system. Our distinguished panel will include Eric Foner \, DeWitt Clinton Professor of History at Columbia University\; Fred Sie gel\, a scholar in residence at St. Francis College and senior fellow a t the Manhattan Institute\; and Dorian Warren\, assistant professor at the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University\; as well as activists and other observers. The program will be moderated by Joshua Freeman\, professor of history at Queens College and the CUNY Graduate Center.

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