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Wednesday, December 5, 2018
The 1968 Kerner Commission report provided explosive evidence about racism, systemic discrimination and inequality in the United States. Why then, fifty years later, do social and economic inequalities continue to grow, despite better and more nuanced data? And if the evidence is not enough, what will it take to generate the political will and policy agenda to make real progress?
- Guest Speakers
- Columbian College of Arts & Sciences
- Graduate School of Education & Human Development
- Trachtenberg School of Public Policy & Public Administration