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The First 100 Days of Adams (and the Future of New York City)

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The First 100 Days of Adams (and the Future of New York City)

New York, N.Y. 12:30pm—05:00pm
Wednesday April 6
Wednesday April 6 2022
PAST EVENT Wednesday April 6 2022

When Eric Adams became mayor of New York City, he declared that his first 100 days in office would be about “Getting Stuff Done.” And there’s a lot to do, from tackling the city’s rising crime to bringing jobs back and training the workforce of tomorrow. On April 6th we will take a close look at our city’s challenges—and promise—in the Adams era. Are Mayor Adams’s initial months in office—as well as the 100-plus ideas he rolled out during his campaign—a window into the future of New York City?

This event is a capstone to MI’s New York City: Reborn project, which has advanced new ideas on how to bring the Big Apple back bigger and better than ever. In this conference, we will turn to the voices leading the city’s recovery now and into tomorrow—to hear from them, engage with them, and learn how we might restore New York City in all its promise.

AGENDA:

12:30 PM – REGISTRATION AND BUFFET LUNCH

1:00 PM – WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION
Reihan Salam, President, Manhattan Institute (MI)

1:05 PM – OPENING INTERVIEW
Reihan Salam, President, MI
Congressman Ritchie Torres (NY-15) via remote

1:30 PM – KEYNOTE
Errol Louis, Political Anchor, Spectrum News NY1

1:45 PM – "GETTING STUFF DONE"
Alyssa Katz, Deputy Editor, THE CITY
Errol Louis, Political Anchor, Spectrum News NY1
Moderated by: Michael Hendrix, Senior Fellow, MI

2:30 PM – SAFER STREETS
Sam Schwartz, “Gridlock Sam” columnist and former New York City Traffic Commissioner
Interviewed by: Nicole Gelinas, Senior Fellow, MI

3:15 PM – COFFEE BREAK

3:30 PM – CHALLENGE OF CRIME
James Quinn, former Executive District Attorney, Queens District Attorney’s Office
Interviewed by: Hannah Meyers, Director of Policing and Public Safety, MI

4:15 PM – THE FUTURE OF THE CITY
Joel Klein, Chief Policy and Strategy Officer, Oscar Insurance, and former New York City Schools Chancellor
Interviewed by: Jason Riley, Senior Fellow, MI

5:00 PM – RECEPTION

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