Joan Michelson

DC Central Kitchen

CREDIT: The video for this piece was written, produced, and edited by George Washington University students  Asthaa Chaturvedi and Jenny Rabago (in the School of Media and Communications) and was showcased at GWU's Planet Forward's "Feeding the Planet Summit" in...

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Center for American Progress

Where Are We Now? Six Takeaways From the Center for American Progress' 10-Year Anniversary Event The Center for American Progress commemorated its 10-year anniversary with a day-long conference of A-list speakers whose discussions provided a snapshot of the...

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So Five Former Chiefs of Staff Walk Into a Bar….

Oh, it was the National Archives in Washington, D.C. last night. There's got to be a joke in there somewhere.... They're all white men, reminding us that Sheryl Sandberg is right: men still rule the world. We hope that will soon change and when I mentioned during the...

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The Face to Fear

I guess that few would admit now to locking their cars doors abruptly or clutching their purse tightly when the younger Barack Obama approached. But someone did, as the president explained in the White House press room with his soliloquy on being treated as a threat...

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What About Us?

The president's climate action plan that he recently outlined at Georgetown University has something in it for almost everybody. The Georgetown University audience of mostly young people applauded several times during the president's speech. Their applause is a good...

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The Fate of EVs

The Fate of EVs

By Bill Moore Coda has filled for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Fisker is teetering on the brink.  Th!nk sank months ago, uncompleted chassis collecting dust in a shuttered plant in Elkhart, Indiana.  Aptera collapsed, starved for funds. Bright Automotive was...

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