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Dayo Olopade

Dayo Olopade is a Bernard L. Schwartz Fellow at the New America Foundation.

Is giving away money -- and lots of it -- really the best way to change the world? Read more

Features

How the attorney general's relationship to his president, his adopted city, and his race are shaping the Justice Department. Read more

Features

As the Gulf Coast struggles to redevelop, its children build a thriving food-justice movement. Nutrition advocates in Washington would be wise to pay attention. Read more

Departments

A long list of liberal groups worked to elect Obama. Now the administration is working overtime to make sure they stay happy. Read more

Features

By putting a stop in Ankara on his first European tour, Obama has demonstrated that he's taking a fresh diplomatic approach to both Turkey and the Middle East. Read more

Article

Dozens of progressive institutions are clamoring to put their agendas on Obama's desk. Will the incoming president actually read them? Read more

Features

Ashwin Madia is not just mounting a strong challenge to the Republican incumbent -- he's tapping a new base of Indian American voters and heading up a next generation of Iraq vets seeking office. Read more

Article

The Prospect rounds up five of the most interesting and unusual campaigns across the country -- from a blind rabbi in New Jersey to an incumbent governor described as "Dick Cheney's Dick Cheney." Read more

Features