An Equitable Recovery Agenda for New York: Economic Justice and Uprooting Poverty
February 12, 2021 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM
Organized by Professors Ron Shiffman and Edward Bautista, this series brings together a diverse group of community-based activists, organized labor representatives, workers, educators, policy advocates, and elected and government officials in a post-pandemic environment to address long-deferred critical issues. This installment of the series focuses on agendas for economic justice. For further information see the link here.
Sarah Ludwig, a longtime leader in the movement for community financial justice and neighborhood equity. In 1995 Sarah founded the New Economy Project.
Jennifer Jones Austin, CEO and Executive Director of FPWA, an anti-poverty, policy and advocacy organization. Jennifer Jones Austin has led and secured monumental changes in social policy and law to strengthen and empower the disenfranchised and marginalized.
Roland V. Anglin, Dean of the Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs at Cleveland State University. Dean Anglin is recognized for his scholarly and applied work in the area of economic and community development.
Cathy Albisa, VP of Institutional and Sectoral Change at Race Forward, where she oversees the Government Alliance on Race and Equity. Cathy Albisa is the VP of Institutional and Sectoral Change at Race Forward, where she oversees the Government Alliance on Race and Equity.