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[Full Video] John Jackson, Manuel Pastor, LeeAnn Hall, Ai-Jen Poo, Malkia Cyril / Facing Race 2010

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Uploaded on Oct 7, 2010

http://arc.org/facingrace
Facing Race 2010's opening plenary, "The Future is Now: Framing a Viable Vision for Equity"

The current U.S. economic crisis sets the stage for boldly rethinking all facets of society's structural inequities. Casting a futuristic eye towards a generation ahead, how can we reframe today's key policy issues with a viable path towards racial equity and social inclusion? What would an advocate from 2030 say about crafting racial equity efforts in 2010, in order to re-imagine and redefine the meaning of a civil society?

Moderator: Malkia Cyril, Center for Media Justice http://centerformediajustice.org

Presenters: LeeAnn Hall, Northwest Federation of Community Organizations http://nwfco.org/
John Jackson, The Schott Foundation for Public Education http://www.schottfoundation.org/drupal/
Manuel Pastor, USC http://college.usc.edu/pere/home/inde...
Ai-jen Poo, Domestic Workers United http://www.domesticworkersunited.org/

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