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  • The celebrities and CEOs who bought their children access to elite universities are guilty of illegal cheating, but there are still plenty of forms of legal cheating—legacy admissions, alumni donations, college tutors, and so on—that rig the entire college admissions system in favor of the rich and well-connected. 

Watch Richard Reeves explain: https://brook.gs/2HjAJ21

      

  • Today, for the 3rd straight year, we will be hosting more than 60 high school students for a #DayAtBrookings. Watch to learn why we do it:

      

  • 130 million girls are kept out of school globally. 

On International Women's Day, learn how Brookings brings together scholars from around the world to tackle some of the toughest challenges facing girls and women—from child marriage to menstrual taboos and so much more.

Learn more: https://brook.gs/2HllFQD

      

  • After Cory Booker and other 2020 hopefuls announced new legislation to legalize marijuana, watch our documentary short film to learn why America's marijuana laws have become untenable: http://lifeshedeserves.com

      

  • Democracy & Disorder

      

  • Stacey Abrams on voter suppression in America

      

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  • Rep. Rick Larsen on the 5 key US-China trade issues

      

  • My Life with Presidents and Ideas

      

  • Black History Month: Creating an environment of belonging

      

  • What agenda will Trump set in the State of the Union?

      

The celebrities and CEOs who bought their children access to elite universities are guilty of illegal cheating, but there are still plenty of forms of legal cheating—legacy admissions, alumni donations, college tutors, and so on—that rig the entire college admissions system in favor of the rich and well-connected. Watch Richard Reeves explain: https://brook.gs/2HjAJ21

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