CAN WE MAKE EQUITABLE GROWTH OUR REGIONAL REALITY?
Our region is booming, yet a rising tide economy is not lifting up low-income communities and communities of color. The Bay Area is the second most diverse region in the nation, yet the entrepreneurs, policy makers, teachers and politicians of our future are being left behind. The Bay Area is also a fast-growing region. Equity and inclusion are more critical than ever to ensuring our region’s continued vibrancy and prosperity.
How does the Bay Area rank on inclusion? How can we ensure equitable growth so that everyone can reach their full potential?
AS WE WRAP-UP VOICE: BAY AREA, JOIN US FOR A PRESENTATION & CONVERSATION:
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22
5:30 pm Reception
6:00 pm Presentation and Discussion
Oakland Asian Cultural Center
Dr. Manuel Pastor
Contributor to the Bay Area Equity Profile, produced by PolicyLink and USC's Program for Environmental and Regional Equity.
Dawn Phillips Causa Justa :: Just Cause
Nina Robinson, Inner City Advisors
Maria Belén Seara, San Mateo County Union Community Alliance
Jason Young, Hidden Genius Project
Fred Blackwell, CEO of The San Francisco Foundation