Friday, September 3, 2021
9:00 am - 11:00 am
The media tells us there’s a vast divide in America, and it’s largely an urban/suburban/rural divide. But that’s a fundamental misunderstanding of how America works. We know that in U.S. cities, there’s a multiethnic mainstream of Americans who have the same concerns we all have; they’re pro-growth and pragmatic, they believe in hard work, and they long for a place to call home. And they distrust the bleak narrative of woke liberalism. The aim of the Metropolitan Majority Project is to connect with these Americans, share real solutions, celebrate success—and most of all, to be a voice of that multiethnic mainstream. Join the Texas Public Policy Foundation and the Manhattan Institute when we’ll chart the course of this exciting new project.
- Reihan Salam (Moderator) – President, Manhattan Institute
- Kristen Soltis Anderson (Speaker) – Pollster, Speaker, Commentator, and Author, The Selfie Vote: Where Millennials Are Leading America (And How Republicans Can Keep Up)
- Judge Glock, Ph.D. (Speaker) – Cicero Institute
- Michael Hendrix (Speaker) – Director, State and Local Policy, Manhattan Institute
- The Honorable Mattie Parker (Speaker) – Mayor, City of Fort Worth
- James Quintero (Speaker) – Policy Director, Government for the People, Texas Public Policy Foundation
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