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Karen Dolan
Fellow
Cities for Peace
Fellow
Cities for Progress

karen@ips-dc.org
1112 16th St NW Suite 600
Washington, DC, 20036
USA


Cities for Peace Cities for Progress

Karen Dolan

Areas of Expertise:
Progressive movement, policymakers
Poverty, economic hardship
Cost of war and militarism at home

Karen Dolan is a Fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies. Karen holds an M.A. With Highest Distinction in Philosophy and Social Policy from the American University in Washington DC.

Karen joined IPS in 1996. Her public scholarship and activism at IPS has linked community-led organizations with policymakers at the local, state, and federal levels. The focus of her work is on anti-poverty issues, local democracy and empowerment, and peace. Karen currently coordinates the Economic Hardship Reporting Project with New York Times Best-Selling Author Barbara Ehrenreich. The project focuses on telling the stories of widespread economic hardship in the United States.

Some of Karen’s publications include: Battered By The Storm: How the Safety Net is Failing Americans and How to Fix it; Our Communities are Not for Sale; Paying the Price: the Mounting Costs of War in Iraq; Foreign Policy Goes Local; and she was a contributor for Mandate for Change. Karen blogs for Huffington Post and regularly appears in other media outlets. Karen serves on the boards of  The Participatory Budgeting Project and Jobs With Justice Worker Rights Board.

 

Recent Work

Op-Ed
GOP Unveils Radical New Budget Gutting Medicare, Medicaid -- Taking from the Poor, Giving to the Rich
April 5 - From start to finish, this budget is a smoke screen obscuring a dangerous far-right agenda.

Blog
Who's Buyin' Ryan? Only the Rich Can Afford To...
April 5 - Under the guise of debt reduction, the chairman of the House Budget Committee's budget proposal would take from the already poor, give to the already rich.

Blog
Move Your Qi. Save The World.
March 25 - In a troubled world, we can find peace and harmony.

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