“Small State, Big Debate: Inequality” early bird registration begins
Early bird registration for The Connecticut Mirror’s first statewide event, “Small State, Big Debate: Inequality” is now open. You can find registration, speakers and the day’s schedule at the event’s website here.
Packages include savings for individuals, nonprofits, businesses and a pay-it-forward special for students or generous individuals who wish to purchase for a group.
In 2014, inequality is a defining presence in Connecticut and throughout this country. Equity issues persist with topics such as health, income, education and housing. We have put together a program that will bring the conversation to another level and hope you will be a part of it at the University of Hartford on April 29.
The full-day event will feature:
Dolores Acevedo-Garcia, Brandeis University
Director, Institute For Child, Youth And Family Policy
Jacob Hacker, Yale University
Director, Institution For Social and Policy Studies
Nikole Hannah-Jones, ProPublica
Civil Rights Reporter
John Jackson, Schott Foundation
The Mayoral Perspective: Inequality Across Connecticut’s Cities
Pedro Segarra, Mayor of Hartford
John DeStefano, Former Mayor of New Haven
Deb Hinchey, Mayor of Norwich
The Foundation Approach: Exploring Public/Private Partnerships
Juanita James, President/CEO, Fairfield County Community Foundation
Linda J. Kelly, President, Hartford Foundation For Public Giving
Will Ginsberg, President/CEO, Community Foundation For Greater New Haven
And much more, including discussions on data and health and an all-day hackathon. The early bird special will last for two weeks. We thank you for your support and will see you at UHart on April 29.
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