Brown Bag Training: Combatting Racial Segregation through Regional Policies
 
Description: The Bay Area is more segregated today than it was in 1970, according to recent analysis by the Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society at UC Berkeley. Join a panel of regional researchers, policy advocates, and practitioners to discuss the ongoing residential segregation that threatens the ability of our region to thrive and to hear from advocates and practitioners about recent wins and what some of the upcoming opportunities in regional policy and implementation will be to move towards a more equitable region.
 
Speakers:
Moderator: Elizabeth Wampler (Housing Director, Bay Area LISC)
Panelists:
  • Nicole Franklin ( Principal Property Development Officer, BART)
  • Shajuti Hossain (Staff Attorney, Public Advocates)
  • Steve Menendian (Assistant Director, Othering & Belonging Institute)
  • Rodney Nickens (Program Officer, The San Francisco Foundation)
If cost is an issue, please email NPH Program and Events Associate Morgan@nonprofithousing.org. No one will be turned away due to lack of funds.
 
This event will be hosted virtually. Do you need an ASL Interpreter or Closed Captioning? Please reach out to Morgan@nonprofithousing.org at least two weeks before the training, if you need further assistance.
 
REGISTRATION AND REFUND INFORMATION
Registration Deadline: Registration will close end of day on Tuesday, May 25 at 5pm
 
Cancellation/Refund Deadline: Wednesday, May 26 at 5pm
Registrants canceling their registration on or before Wednesday, May 26 at 5pm will receive a full refund. NPH may consider refunds for extenuating circumstances. Refund requests submitted after the deadline are not guaranteed and will be reviewed on an individual basis. To submit a refund request, please email hilda@nonprofithousing.org
 
Questions? Please email Morgan@nonprofithousing.org.
 
When:
May 27, 2021 12:00 PM -
May 27, 2021 02:00 PM
All times are in Pacific Standard Times.
 
Where:
 
 
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