With a new administration, now is the time for the United States to address its seemingly intractable problem of poverty. But to accomplish this, we need a new understanding of how the federal government can help all people participate and prosper in healthy, affordable communities. Rather than continuing to tackle separately the underlying issues of race, class, and democracy, public policy expert Angela Glover Blackwell argues a new administration should construct a new “equity agenda” to address these issues comprehensively. This event was held at The New School.
Posted: December 4th, 2008
The Time is Now: An Equity Agenda to End Poverty