Jan 26 2022

Justice Delayed: The Unmet Promise of Equality

Schott Foundation for Public Education

Virtual

January 26, 3:00pm ET

The 1968 Kerner Commission report is a dramatic exploration of systemic racism that transcends its time. Join the Schott Foundation for Public Education for a compelling discussion of philanthropic strategies to escalate our shared fight for justice today. This discussion will focus on strategies to facilitate a system shift to deeper collaboration, cross-sector engagement and organizing – fueled by growing and sustained funding as the justice movement grows increasingly powerful.

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