November 13, 2018

12:30 pm - 1:30 pm, Eastern Time

ACS Panel: Midterm Debrief

Classroom 214, Furman Hall, New York, NY

The midterm elections have finally come and gone, changing the landscape of American politics for the next two years. What lessons can be learned from the campaigns and movements that shaped the midterms? What are the best ways to drive progressive change moving forward, and what should that change look like? How can we continue to stay involved and build power – both in an electoral space, and outside the halls of government in our own communities?

Join ACS for a panel debriefing the midterm elections, and come be part of deciding what comes next. Food & drinks will be provided! Co-sponsored by MELSA, APALSA AND WOCC


Daniel Altschuler – Managing Director, Make the Road Action 

Raul Carillo – Staff Attorney, New Economy Project

Sarah Jones – New York Magazine 

Kate Doran – Election Specialist, League of Women Voters of the City of New York

Moderator – Richard Pildes, NYU Law Professor