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Past National Agenda Events

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National Agenda 2020: We Are the People<p>On September 16, 2020, humorist Scott Dikkers compared satire and fake news as the first guest speaker of the National Agenda 2020 series, hosted by the University of Delaware's Center for Political Communication. Dikkers also discussed how to succeed in comedy and how politics intertwines with humor.<br></p> Agenda 2020: We Are the People featuring Scott DikkersThirty years of the First Humor Website, The Onion We Are the People
National Agenda 2020: We Are the People<p>​On September 30, 2020, the University of Delaware welcomed political minds from Washington D.C. to Hollywood to examine portrayals of the White House and the real thing. Homeland co-creator Howard Gordon, House of Cards co-executive producer John Mankiewicz, NPR TV critic Eric Deggans, and political strategist and UD alumnus Steve Schmidt convened for "Fact vs. Fiction: Presidents in Hollywood."<br></p> Agenda 2020: Fact vs FictionPresidents in Hollywood We Are the People
National Agenda 2020: We Are the People<p>​On October 28, 2020, the University of Delaware welcomed Mary Louise Kelly to the National Agenda 2020 series, “We Are the People,” hosted by the Center for Political Communication. Kelly, the co-host of National Public Radio's All Things Considered, shared her experience with covering the Trump administration, including a tense confrontation with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo that made headlines.<br></p> Agenda 2019: We Are the People featuring Mary Louise Kelly"The Room Where It Happened" We Are the People

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