Today is the last day for early bird registration for The Connecticut Mirror’s Small State, Big Debate: Inequality. You can find registration, speakers and the day’s schedule at the event’s website here.
We thank those who already registered and took advantage of the savings.
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.