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Social Explorer's Andrew Beveridge at New York Law School Symposium on Inequality [VIDEO]

THURSDAY, APR 16, 2015

Social Explorer's Andrew Beveridge will participate in tomorrow's event:

Tackling Economic Inequality

Economic Inequality in New York City: Causes and Solutions
 
Tune in for the live video stream for his panel at 10:15am where he will discuss startling trends in income for New York City, Manhattan and the US over the decades.  See event details below and visit the event website for more.
 

If you are concerned about economic inequality . . .

If you care about the future of New York City . . .

Join policymakers, advocates and academics for a symposium on the causes of and solutions to economic inequality. With a particular focus on NYC and racial disparities, panels will address:

  • income and wealth
  • home and community
  • children and families and
  • administration of justice.
Sponsored by the Impact Center for Public Interest Law and the Center for New York City Law at New York Law School

 

 

 

Confirmed speakers and moderators include: Eric Alterman, Author, Inequality and One City; Deborah Archer, NYLS; Steven Banks, Comm'r, NYC Human Resources Administration; Andrew Beveridge, CUNY; Richard Buery, Dep. Mayor for Strategic Policy Initiatives; Vicki Been, Comm'r., NYC Dept. of Housing Preservation and Development; Gladys Carrión, Comm'r, New York City Admin. for Children's Services; Anthony Crowell, NYLS; Howard Dean, former Governor of Vermont; Benjamin Dulchin, Exec. Dir., Ass'n for Neighborhood and Housing Development; Lance Freeman, Columbia University;Rachel Godsil, Seton Hall University Law School and the NYC Rent Guidelines Board; Lisa Grumet, NYLS; Melanie Hartzog, Exec. Dir., Children's Defense Fund-NY; Errol Louis, NY1; Carlin Meyer, NYLS;Hon. Jenny Rivera, NY Court of Appeals; Saskia Sassen, Columbia University; Ross Sandler, NYLS;Andrew Scherer, NYLS; Amy Ellen Schwartz, New York University, Robert F. Wagner Graduate School and Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development; Paul Sonn, Gen. Counsel, National Employment Law Project; Nicholas Turner, President, Vera Institute of Justice; David Udell, Exec. Dir., National Ctr. for Access to Justice; and Maya Wiley, Counsel to the Mayor.

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