Institute of Politics at Harvard Kennedy School

Institute of Politics at Harvard Kennedy School

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As a living memorial to President John F. Kennedy, the Institute works to inspire students to consider careers in politics and public service.

A memorial to President Kennedy, The Institute of Politics' mission is to unite and engage students, particularly undergraduates, with academics, politicians, activists, and policymakers on a non-partisan basis and to stimulate and nurture their interest in public service and leadership. The Institute strives to promote greater understanding and cooperation between the academic world and the world of politics and public affairs. Led by a Director, Senior Advisory Board, Student Advisory Committee, and staff, the Institute provides wide-ranging opportunities for both Harvard students and the general public.

"The white women in Hollywood who came forward who have all the privilege and all the money — they needed the same thing that these little black girls in Selma, Alabama, needed when I started this work. It's really not that different. This trauma is blind. Sexual violence doesn't discriminate. It's the response to sexual violence that we have to pay attention to."
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Thank you, Tarana Burke, for joining us in the JFK Jr. Forum this evening. The winner of the 2019 Gleitsman Citizen Activist Award, Tarana joined Center for Public Leadership Director Wendy Sherman and spoke to a packed audience about supporting survivors, healing communities, and how to continue the work of the 'me too.' movement.

A Conversation with Tarana Burke

The 2019 Gleitsman Activist Award recipient Tarana Burke, founder of the ‘me too.’ movement, will join Ambassador Wendy Sherman, Director of the Center for Public Leadership, in a conversation on the impact of her global fight for survivor justice and her decades-long campaign to heal individuals and communities affected by sexual violence.

[02/26/20]   The 2019 Gleitsman Activist Award recipient Tarana Burke, founder of the ‘me too.’ movement, will join Ambassador Wendy Sherman, Director of the Center for Public Leadership, in a conversation on the impact of her global fight for survivor justice and her decades-long campaign to heal individuals and communities affected by sexual violence.

“You can live a life of extraordinary value, and you will be glad at the end of that life that you made that choice... Participate in the life of this country. Make it better — because you can."
—James Comey
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Last night former FBI Director James Comey came to the JFK Jr. Forum for a candid discussion on the 2016 election, the country’s justice system, and public service. Thank you for sharing stories of your experience in civic life with our Harvard community. Read more about his Forum conversation in the Boston Globe: bit.ly/390bWdh

A Conversation with James Comey

A conversation with James Comey, former Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, on his career in law and public service moderated by Eric Rosenbach, Co-Director of the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard Kennedy School.

[02/24/20]   A conversation with James Comey, former Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, on his career in law and public service moderated by Eric Rosenbach, Co-Director of the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard Kennedy School.

A Conversation on Reparations

Join us for a conversation addressing the call for reparations with Professor Randall L. Kennedy, Michael R. Klein Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, and Professor Cornell Brooks, Professor of Practice of Public Leadership and Social Justice at Harvard Kennedy School. The discussion will be moderated by David Harris, Managing Director of the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice, Harvard Law School.

[02/21/20]   A Conversation on Reparations

Does Truth Have a Future?

Join Professor Michael Sandel, Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Professor of Government, and Gwyneth Williams, Shorenstein Center Fellow, for a discussion covering the competition of ideas in today’s polarized environment.

[02/20/20]   Does Truth Have a Future?

Covering 2020

This IOP event is the second Forum in our 2020 Election series featuring embedded reporters sharing stories from the presidential campaign trail. We will reflect on the outcome of the New Hampshire primary with national political reporters who are covering Democratic primary candidates: Astead W. Herndon (The New York Times), Josh Lederman (NBC News), Arlette Saenz (CNN Political Correspondent), and Sean Sullivan (The Washington Post) in conversation with IOP Senior Fellow and The Washington Post chief correspondent Dan Balz.

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Primary education in New Hampshire

As we wait to find out the results of the First in the Nation primary, take a look at how Harvard College and Harvard Kennedy School students experienced New Hampshire first-hand. ⤵️

hks.harvard.edu Trip co-sponsored by the Center for Public Leadership and the Institute of Politics takes students inside the Granite State’s first-in-the-nation presidential primary

[02/11/20]   This IOP event is the second Forum in our 2020 Election series featuring embedded reporters sharing stories from the presidential campaign trail. We will reflect on the outcome of the New Hampshire primary with national political reporters who are covering Democratic primary candidates: Astead W. Herndon (The New York Times), Josh Lederman (NBC News), Arlette Saenz (CNN Political Correspondent), and Sean Sullivan (The Washington Post) in conversation with IOP Senior Fellow and The Washington Post chief correspondent Dan Balz.

Moral Leadership in Foreign Policy – FDR to Trump

A conversation with Joseph S. Nye Jr., University Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus at Harvard Kennedy School, and Ambassador Wendy R. Sherman, Director of the Center for Public Leadership, examining the role of ethics in foreign policy from FDR to Trump.

[02/10/20]   A conversation with Joseph S. Nye Jr., University Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus at Harvard Kennedy School, and Ambassador Wendy R. Sherman, Director of the Center for Public Leadership, examining the role of ethics in foreign policy from FDR to Trump.

“In 1967, Thurgood Marshall was appointed as the first black justice to the U.S. Supreme Court. He dedicated his life to public service and social change. I am inspired by Thurgood Marshall because of his unwavering passion to fight for justice. I see him as a symbol of perseverance and strength. During his career, he advocated for human equality in some of the most notable court cases of American history. Whether through Shelley v. Kraemer (1948) or the famous Brown v. Board of Education (1954), Thurgood Marshall's legacy will echo through the world for generations. It is because of him, and many other greats, that we can build on this foundation for a more just world. In the face of adversity, he showed it is always worth fighting for what is right.”
— Miles Moody ’23, Treasurer of the Generational African-American Students Association

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In celebration of Black History Month, the Institute of Politics is celebrating the impact and legacy of prominent figures that have shaped politics, public service, and activism. Follow along all month long as our student leaders share how these individuals have inspired them to follow in their footsteps and pursue paths in public service.

“I met Stacey Abrams in April 2018. She was visiting Harvard Kennedy School, and I had the opportunity to both escort her around campus and introduce her at a discussion. As someone also from Georgia, I was moved by Abrams’ unapologetic determination to transform the status quo, and to inspire Georgians across the state to exercise their voting power. From her time as the House Minority Leader in the Georgia General Assembly, to her gubernatorial race, to her continued organizing around voting registration, Abrams has proven to be a fierce woman, a thoughtful woman, and an inspirational figure. As I reflect during Black History Month, I think of strong Black Women like Stacey Abrams who seek to create space for us in the world, and to create the world we wish to thrive in."
—Morgan Ogryzek ’21, Vice President, Association of Black Harvard Women

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In celebration of Black History Month, the Institute of Politics is celebrating the impact and legacy of prominent figures that have shaped politics, public service, and activism. Follow along all month long as our student leaders share how these individuals have inspired them to follow in their footsteps and pursue paths in public service.

Tonight we were thrilled to welcome our Spring 2020 Resident Fellows to the JFK Jr. Forum!

IOP Director Mark D. Gearan ‘78 said it best when he spoke of our “great respect for the lives of consequences they have lead and the interesting perspectives they will bring to study groups, office hours, and all the ways the Resident Fellows animate the Institute of Politics."

We are so grateful to have Tiffany Cross, Lord Darroch, Mark Harvey, Rohini Kosoglu, Tara Setmayer, and Gov. Bill Walker with us this semester. We look forward to an exciting few months ahead. See you in study groups next week!

IOP Resident Fellows Unpack Politics

Join us in the JFK Jr. Forum for a conversation with IOP's Spring 2020 Resident Fellows Tiffany Cross, Mark Harvey, Tara Setmayer, Lord Darroch, Rohini Kosoglu, and Governor Bill Walker moderated by IOP Director Mark D. Gearan '78. They'll unpack politics, discussing their pathways to public service, bipartisanship, and the 2020 election.

“When Cory Booker first became Senator of my home state of New Jersey, I was just 13 years old. As a young black kid from South Jersey, his success showed me that politics was not a field that passively impacted me, but rather something that I had the right to impact myself. Stanford Undergrad, Rhodes Scholarship, and Yale Law School were seemingly impossible goals at the time, but if someone as cool as Senator Booker could do it, why couldn’t I? Representation isn’t important only for the sake of effecting change, but also inspiring the next generation of leaders that weren’t sure if they could. Cory Booker’s past, present, and future success encourages me go the extra mile to strive for excellence, because it reassures that it will be worth it some day. Sometimes the only thing separating the good from the great is a little inspiration.”
—Injil Muhammad ’21, Black Men's Forum President

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In celebration of Black History Month, the Institute of Politics is celebrating the impact and legacy of prominent figures that have shaped politics, public service, and activism. Follow along all month long as our student leaders share how these individuals have inspired them to follow in their footsteps and pursue paths in public service.

[02/05/20]   Join us in the JFK Jr. Forum for a conversation with IOP's Spring 2020 Resident Fellows Tiffany Cross, Mark Harvey, Tara Setmayer, Lord Darroch, Rohini Kosoglu, and Governor Bill Walker moderated by IOP Director Mark D. Gearan '78. They'll unpack politics, discussing their pathways to public service, bipartisanship, and the 2020 election.

“I was a sophomore in high school when I was gifted my first copy of Just Mercy. The book was one of a series of books that changed my life that year. I spent the summer after my sophomore year on the ground with grassroots movements and interning for local justice-oriented law firms, and Bryan Stevenson was indirectly one of the reasons why I chose to apply to Harvard University. His life and legacy have inspired me, and countless others of my generation, to fight to change the world. As a graduate of Harvard Law School, Bryan Stevenson dedicated his life to helping others through the Equal Justice Initiative in Montgomery, Alabama. The choices he has made in serving the underserved reminds all of us to live in service and with purpose for those we have the capacity to help. Since coming to Harvard, I have had the pleasure of engaging with Bryan Stevenson at the Institute of Politics, of visiting the Legacy Museum and the Memorial for Peace and Justice, to re-read Just Mercy countless times, and most recently, see the impact of the story on screen in "Just Mercy". Bryan Stevenson’s mark on the African-American community across this country deserves to be highlighted, celebrated, and carried on with the next generation of leaders.”
—Mari Jones ‘21, IOP Exec President

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In celebration of Black History Month, the Institute of Politics is celebrating the impact and legacy of prominent figures that have shaped politics, public service, and activism. Follow along all month long as our student leaders share how these individuals have inspired them to follow in their footsteps and pursue paths in public service.

“In 1898, Alberta V. Scott was the first African American woman to graduate from Radcliffe College. She inspires me because I think there is a particular strength and challenge in being the "first" of something. When there is no mold to fit, no path to follow, and no guide to listen to, one has to be brave in moving in the dark and trusting that each step is in a forward direction. Alberta V. Scott uptook a career that practiced what was initially her greatest challenge. As the first African American graduate of Radcliffe College, she then became a teacher herself and continued to make strides in education for each student that followed her. I can only imagine the bravery, perseverance, and passion for learning Alberta V. Scott withheld in her spirit. It is hard to imagine a more fearless journey.”
—Jasmine Hyppolite ‘21, IOP Exec Vice President.

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In celebration of Black History Month, the Institute of Politics is celebrating the impact and legacy of prominent figures that have shaped politics, public service, and activism. Follow along all month long as our student leaders share how these individuals have inspired them to follow in their footsteps and pursue paths in public service.

A Conversation with Vicki Kennedy and Cindy McCain

A discussion on public service and legacy with attorney and President of the Board and Co-Founder, Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate, Vicki Kennedy and Chair of the Board of Trustees of the McCain Institute for International Leadership, Cindy McCain. The conversation will be moderated by former IOP Resident Fellow S’07 Kerry Healey, Ph.D, President of the Center for Advancing the American Dream at the Milken Institute.

[01/31/20]   A discussion on public service and legacy with attorney and President of the Board and Co-Founder, Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate, Vicki Kennedy and Chair of the Board of Trustees of the McCain Institute for International Leadership, Cindy McCain. The conversation will be moderated by former IOP Resident Fellow S’07 Kerry Healey, Ph.D, President of the Center for Advancing the American Dream at the Milken Institute.

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Golden State Warriors Head Coach Steve Kerr

The first Forum of the semester is tomorrow night! We look forward to welcoming Golden State Warriors Coach Steve Kerr and Professor Tommie Shelby for a discussion on sports and activism.

🗓 Wed., January 29th
⏰ 6:00 PM
📍 JFK Jr. Forum
🎫 This event is Harvard ID only

Can't make it to Harvard Kennedy School tomorrow night? Remember that every Forum event is live-streamed! Watch with us and join the conversation by using #JFKJrForumLive.

iop.harvard.edu A discussion with the Golden State Warriors’ head coach, Steve Kerr, and Professor Tommie Shelby on the intersection of sports and activism. Steve Kerr Head Coach, Golden State WarriorsTommie Shelby Caldwell Titcomb Professor of African and African American Studies and of Philosophy, Harvard Unive...

Yesterday was an incredible day in New Hampshire! With the IOP and Center for Public Leadership, 30 Harvard College and Harvard Kennedy School students spent the day in conversation with Granite State experts, learning about the unique history of the First in the Nation primary and the value of getting involved in elections — from the local level to presidential. They witnessed democracy in action, watching a delegate selection caucus and canvassing for a candidate of their choice in the afternoon.

Many thanks to our guests — Neil Levesque from the New Hampshire Institute of Politics, State Senator Eric Lesser, Jim Merrill, Stephanie Murray, and Congressman Chris Pappas — for sharing your insight and inspiration!

Good morning from Manchester, New Hampshire!

With just a few weeks until the New Hampshire primary, a group of Harvard College and Harvard Kennedy School students are here to learn about the history, media coverage, messaging, and organizing of the First in the Nation primary.

Follow along with Sahar Mohammadzadeh '22, IOP Student Communications Director, as she takes you behind-the-scenes of the trip: instagram.com/harvardiop

Rep. John Lewis on the first time he met Dr. King

“That meeting with Dr. King convinced me, more than anything, to do what I could to end segregation and racial discrimination in the South.”

Listen as Rep. John Lewis shares the story of first meeting Martin Luther King Jr. and how it inspired him to fight for change.

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A Conversation with Tarana Burke
A Conversation with James Comey
A Conversation on Reparations
Does Truth Have a Future?
Covering 2020
Moral Leadership in Foreign Policy – FDR to Trump
IOP Resident Fellows Unpack Politics
A Conversation with Vicki Kennedy and Cindy McCain
Rep. John Lewis on the first time he met Dr. King
Announcing Our Spring 2020 Resident Fellows
American Reconciliation and Its Alternatives
Civic Tech Challenge

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