CIVIC'S NIGHT AT THE SODA FOUNTAIN! WEDNESDAYS 7-9PM
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Speaker K. Sabeel Rahman
K. Sabeel Rahman is an Assistant Professor of Law at Brooklyn Law School, where he teaches Constitutional law, Administrative law, and classes on law and inequality. He is also a Fellow at New America and the Roosevelt Institute.
He is the author of Democracy Against Domination (Oxford University Press 2017), which explores the prospects for a more inclusive democracy and equitable economy in our “new Gilded Age” of inequality and political dysfunction. From 2014-15, Rahman served as a Special Advisor on inclusive economic development strategy for the De Blasio Administration, and has been a Public Member of the NYC Rent Guidelines Board. From 2013-16, Rahman was the Design Director for the Gettysburg Project, an initiative working with organizers, academics, and funders to develop new strategies for civic engagement and building civic capacity.
Rahman earned his BA, JD, and PhD at Harvard University, and his Masters at Oxford University, where he studied as a Rhodes Scholar. He also serves on the Board of the New Press.