Economic opportunity and the freedom it produces are elusive for most Americans. While most of America’s impoverished are white, people of color remain overrepresented among the poor by divisive and racialized government policies making the “American Dream” an increasingly potent mirage of unattainable prosperity.
Engage with experts, community leaders and peers in the exploration of the racial and economic opportunity gap in the U.S. and learn how to affect change in your community.
Join the Healing Racism Committee and the CSRD for the “Race, Economics & the American Dream,” the first forum in a series address Difficult Dialogues.
Race, Economics & the American Dream
Wednesday, September 9 | 6 p.m.
KSC 1000 | Paradise Valley Community College