Growing up in forgotten America - AEI

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From Portsmouth, Ohio, to Ohatchee, Alabama, photojournalist Chris Arnade captures the stories of “forgotten America.” These are the areas hit hardest by job loss, income stagnation, and drug addiction, yet they are often overlooked by policymakers and the press. Mr. Arnade’s reporting illuminates gaps between the reality experienced by millions of struggling Americans and the frequently abstract policy discussions in Washington, DC.

Please join AEI for a presentation by Mr. Arnade of his work, followed by a discussion with early-childhood expert Katharine Stevens. This event will explore the implications of growing up in “forgotten” communities for families and children across the US and solutions to the persistent challenges they face.

Join the conversation on social media with #ArnadeAtAEI.

If you are unable to attend, we welcome you to watch the event live on this page. Full video will be posted within 24 hours.


Agenda

3:45 PM
Registration

4:00 PM
Welcome and introduction:
Ryan Streeter, AEI

4:05
Keynote:
Chris Arnade, writer and photographer

4:45 PM
Discussion:
Chris Arnade, writer and photographer
Katharine B. Stevens, AEI

5:20 PM
Q&A

5:30 PM
Adjournment and reception


Event Contact Information

For more information, please contact Cody Christensen at [email protected], 202.828.6032.


Media Contact Information

For media inquiries or to register a camera crew, please contact [email protected], 202.862.5829

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