Congressional Briefings

Occa­sion­ally, the ADA Edu­ca­tion Fund will host Con­gres­sional Brief­ings on Capi­tol Hill.

Our goal is to offer Mem­bers of Con­gress and their staffs, as well as the gen­eral pub­lic, the lib­eral per­spec­tive on key issues fac­ing our coun­try. Our well-qualified and diverse pan­elists pre­sented unique angles on the issue through thought-provoking data and discussion.

Pre­vi­ous Con­gres­sional Briefings

April 2012:  Pro­gres­sive Tax Reform Summit

March 2012:  Pub­lic Invest­ment: Key to Prosperity

Decem­ber 2011:  Voter Sup­pres­sion

Octo­ber 2011:  Social Secu­rity: Bud­get, Pol­icy, and the Way Forward

August 2011:  Civic Non­vi­o­lence: Doc­u­men­tary Screen­ing of “A Force More Powerful”

July 2011:  Mar­riage Equal­ity: New York and Beyond

June 2011:  Youth Unem­ploy­ment Crisis

May 2011:  The Fed­eral Bud­get Bat­tles 

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ADA Education Fund

The ADA Edu­ca­tion Fund is an inde­pen­dent, char­i­ta­ble entity that focuses on increas­ing pub­lic aware­ness through edu­ca­tion and com­mu­nity orga­niz­ing that builds capac­ity for change. The Ed Fund pro­duces peri­odic pol­icy briefs, hosts pro­gres­sive speak­ers on a range of issues, spon­sors advo­cacy and research fel­low­ships, and works to expand civic par­tic­i­pa­tion through com­mu­nity orga­niz­ing around eco­nomic and social jus­tice issues.