Remapping Debate



TaglineAn NYC-based site that seeks to throw a wrench in conventional wisdom on public policy
Year Founded2010
Type or CoverageGeneral
Type or CoveragePolitics
Type or CoverageOther
StateNational
StateNew York
CityNew York City
Business TypeNon-profit
Revenue SourcesOther
Revenue SourcesSustained by winnings from lawsuit brought by parent organization the Anti-Discrimination Center
Institutional SupportNo Institutional Support
Staff Size (Business)1
Staff Size (Editorial)6-10
Active Volunteers1-10
CMSDrupal
AffiliationsAnti-Discrimination Center Revenue Sources other: Sustained by winnings from lawsuit brought by parent organization the Anti-Discrimination Center.
Mappin LocationNew York City - New York
Principal StaffCraig Gurian
Principal StaffLori Bikson
DescriptionArmed with flexible hypotheses rather than fill-in-the-blank assumptions the public policy focused e-journal Remapping Debate aims to cut through the all-too-common political smokescreen to expose the true motivations behind—and the aftereffects of—top-level decision making political or otherwise. Be it digging into the true cost of social security or taking a well-rounded look at proposed healthcare reform Remapping Debate launched in October 2010 asks and answers both “why” and “why not” questions in meaty unflinching articles.
Profile on CJRhttp://www.cjr.org/news_startups_guide/2011/05/remapping-debate.php
Homepagehttp://www.remappingdebate.org