The Harm of Segregation: Why Where We Live and Learn Matters
Tuesday, October 23, 2018
6:30 – 8:00 pm.
St. Ann & The Holy Trinity
157 Montague Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Free and Open to the Public. RSVPs optional.
Join us for a dynamic evening of learning and conversation, exploring the harm of segregation and how we can work together to build the beloved community where we live and learn. This event is part the Building the Beloved Community interfaith initiative, organized by the FHJC, Union Theological Seminary and the Interfaith Assembly on Homelessness and Housing (IAHH). The event will feature a presentation on fair housing and a panel discussion by fair housing and school integration experts will discuss how we live and learn matters, and the intersections between housing segregation and school segregation.
Barbara Freeman, Former Superintendent of District 13
Matt Gonzales, Director of The School Diversity Project at New York Appleseed
Caitlin Mroz, Education Coordinator at the FHJC
Chanera Pierce, Policy Coordinator at the FHJC
Halley Potter, Senior Fellow at The Century Foundation