WATCH Economic Inequality in America: The Impact on Diverse Communities
The second of a two part conference discussing economic inequality in America, hosted by TAIPD, and co-sponsored by The Departments of Economics, Politics, History and Chicana/o-Latina/o Studies at Pomona College,The Five Claremont Colleges’ Intercollegiate Feminist Center for Teaching, Research and Engagement,The Pitzer College/Western University Native American Pipeline to College Program,The Draper Center for Community Partnerships, Pomona College,Department of Politics and Policy, Claremont Graduate University.
Introduction of Economic Inequality in America: The Impact on Diverse Communities
Marybeth Mattingly - "The Landscape of Poverty Across the US: Place, Race & Measurement Matter"
Tomas Summers Sandoval - “Latino Poverty in Historical Perspective”
Michael Lacy - “An African-American Perspective of the New Economic Playing Field”
Larry Smith - “The Sustaining Disorder of Predatory Capitalism in ‘Indian Country’” (Lumbee Nation)